Calm white sandy beaches, turquoise blue water, breathtaking sunrise & sunsets, what else can any tourist ask for? Koh Samui is one of the best islands in Thailand and is known for its unmatched beauty. The island attracts every type of visitors, from budget travelers who stay at the cheap beach lodges for months to rich celebrities who prefer luxurious resorts at Koh Samui. Due to its stunning scenic beauty, the island has gained popularity as the honeymoon paradise and has become the favorite spot for romantic getaways. But apart from feeling the sand in between your toes, there are a lot of other things to do in this heaven island as well. Other sightseeing activities on Koh Samui include Samui’s 12 feet tall Buddha statue, locally known as Wat Phra Yai, popular tourist spot Hin Ta And Hin Yai, Namuang Waterfall, Samui Aquarium & zoo, the Secret Buddha Garden, snake farm- where you can see and touch some of the most dangerous snakes of Thailand. If all the sightseeing seems boring for the adventurous soul, then simply get in the boat and go diving. A ferry takes visitors sixty kilometers away from Koh Samui to the great diving spot where tourists can simply dive in and get a closer look at nature. Koh Samui is blessed with so much beauty that even words fall short to describe the allure of this place, so why not simply book a tour package to Koh Samui and witness it yourself?

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