"The bike tour starts daily at 10am from Bophut near Fisherman’s village in Koh Samui lead by a multi-lingual guide. You will visit the amazing temples of Big Buddha and Wat Plai Laem. On the way to the Temples of Big Buddha and Wat Plai Laem you will passing by some local areas such as Maenam Beach Fisherman's Village and the Bangkrak Markets. The Bangkrak Market is a daily market used by the locals and will give you an authentic experience of everyday Thai living! There are also great snacks and drinks available here to enjoy.You will stop you will move on to one of the best places to visit Wat Plai Leam it is close to the Big Buddha and also a large temple complex where you can take many interesting photos here. This place has a few temples by the water as well. You can feed the fish in the pond for small pocket change. Please note you need to dress appropriately and taking off your shoe before enter the temples."""
"Your transfer from Koh Samui to Koh Phangan can start with a hotel pick up or you can make your way to the conveniently located meeting point at Bang Rak Pier.Several different departure times are on offer throughout the day so all you need to do is choose from a morning mid-afternoon or late afternoon departure.There is a short relaxing 30 minute journey ahead of you by high speed ferry. At the end is your destination Thong Sala pier on Koh Phangan.From the pier
Koh Nang Yuan and Koh Tao Snorkeling Tour from Koh Samui
"After hotel pickup on Koh Samui travel by speedboat to the island of Koh Nang Yuan. With three smaller islands making up this amazing destination all connected by a large sandbank Koh Nang Yuan offers an unbroken stretch of clean white sand to relax on. You’ll find fabulous corals and an amazing array of brightly colored fish in the crystal-clear warm waters where sea turtles are also a common sight.Spend your time swimming snorkeling and sunbathing at this postcard-perfect spot before continuing on to Koh Tao. The island gets its name (translated as Turtle Island) due to its shape and is renowned as one of the most scenic places for diving and snorkeling in the Gulf of Thailand. (Hint: You might spot sea turtles here too!)After lunch is served
Ko Samui, producing over 3,000,000 coconuts a month, is known as the island of coconuts, and harvesting the commodity requires special skills. Visit one of the local houses that offer the opportunity...