For the local residents, the statue of Big Buddha is the most sacred and revered place, with a deep religious background.18
The longest cable ride in Samui (length 850 meters) runs through the jungle. It is composed of 11 segments.14
One of the last places in Thailand where you can still spot a rare endangered species of pink dolphins.13
You can admire the magnificent view of the enormous Na Muang 2 waterfall for hours on end – for this beauty is 80-meter tall!9
The safari park constitutes an unusual sanctuary/zoo located right in the jungle.9
The eccentric cabaret’s plain interior is fully compensated with its fiery mind-blowing shows.8
Here they will offer you to engage in an unusual sport — the SUP surfing. They will brief you on the essentials and provide all the necessary equipment for spending a great time.6
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