I would like to share this with you as it blew us away during our visit to Koh Samui.
Being South African, we love good quality red wine and having visited Thailand before we knew that if you wanted... more
This is were you can catch ferries to Surat Thani ,Ko Phangan or Ko Tao.Across the road from the Pier you will find a number of tour office ,restaurants,a little market and shops.There are also... more
I have so many favorite things about Ko Samui.
The locals are all usually very helpful and friendly,and the seafood available here is very good and at better prices than Phuket or Bangkok.
At night my... more
I could not pass up adding these pictures of one happy elephant. What was interesting to me was that the Thai helpers set out the bucket of water, but that was it.... the elephant seemed to take his... more
The most amazing thing in Samui was the Big Buddha Statue. The Big Buddha is 15 meters tall and it was built in 1972 by the local society.
WOW! Here in Finland people doesn´t show their religion that... more
Changing money is no hassle on Koh Samui as I mentioned in my tourist trap tip.
This general tip is about the f/x rate to the Baht. I know people who while on holidays stress about the f/x rate... more
There seems to be a discrepancy between believers of Buddhism as to whether or not the 7 different poses of Buddha are related to the days of the week, or differing times in his life, but it is... more
Koh Samui is located in the Gulf of Thailand approx 700kms S/E of Bangkok in the province of Surat Thani. Known in the early years as Coconut Island,Koh Samui is Thailands 3rd largest island measuring...