Ko Samui has turned into one of Thailand’s most stylish islands with great hotels on their own private coves and ambitious restaurants.
You can experience variety of moods on Ko Samui, from the hustle and bustle of Chaweng Beach to the quietness of Mae Nam Beach. You can find it all on Ko Samui: both tourist attractions and local life.
Restaurant supply is excellent. Ko Samui has attracted a fair share of Western master cooks to live and play on the island.
4. Palm Trees
If palm trees reflect the picture of the Garden of Eden in our imagination, Ko Samui has a lot of them. Coconut cultivation was the main industry on the island before the tourists came.
5. The Mummified Monk
Ko Samui also has local oddities such as a self-mummified monk, who can be marveled at his former home temple.