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Na Muang Waterfalls

Na Muang Waterfalls

Na Muang Waterfalls spill down from the highest points of the island. The waterfalls look lovely when in full spate and pour down rigid water on to rock pools which further gushes down into the blue sea. At the time of rainy season, the water cascades over ethereal purple coloured rocks and a huge swimming base is formed like a pool.

Samui Elephant Sanctuary

Samui Elephant Sanctuary

The Samui Elephant Sanctuary is the first elephant sanctuary constructed on the island. The sanctuary is spread over an area of 10 acres and is a retirement home for elephants who have been working ever since in the logging and tourism industries. You can also feed elephants during their breakfast hours with watermelon and bananas. It feels like a great experience when you can see elephants relaxing and playing on their own naturally.

Travelling to Ko Samui, Thailand

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Ko Samui or Koh Samui is one of the islands in Thailand. It forms a part of the Surat Thani Province. It has been granted municipal status now and is self-governed as well. The island is spread over an area of 228.7 kilometres square and is the second largest island in Thailand after Phuket. Some of the best bungalows, resorts, private villas are located on the island for the tourists.The city has everything for its vistors wheather its a hubbub excitement in the Chaweng Beach or the relaxing site of the Lamai Beach.It is famous for its flavored rambutan and salted eggs.being an island city the climate of the city is pleasant for the vistors ,so that they can come here enjoy the breathtaking view of the sea with a little warmth of the sun.

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Ko Samui Travel Tips & Guide

How to Get Tickets

Tickets can be booked easily both offline and online. Booking tickets is easier online as it saves time and you can be sure of getting a booking beforehand. You can book tickets for this city through this website and also make payments thereafter, safely and securely.

How To Get Around

You can take a cruise to get to the main attarctions of the city. The speed boat has access to almost all the places. You can also rent a bike or a cycle to schedule your trip accordingly. Public buses or tour buses are also available to get to your favourite destinations. You can travel to nearby places on foot.

What Should I Wear

There is no specific dress code for the city. You may carry a mix of clothes both in formal and casual. Get a pair of comfortable shoes and also heels. Carry a few tops and t-shirts along with a scarf. Pack your coolest cap/hat along with your favourite pair of swimsuit. Carry layers and sleepwear for night and winters too.

Ko Samui Tourism Facts

Best Time to Visit

The warm months starting from April to June are the best time. The crowd is less and the hotels cheaper. You can also enjoy sightseeing a lot.

Currency

Thai Baht

Will I Need a Guide

A guide will not be needed as this website has substantial information about all the things you might need to know throughout your trip. Thus, a guide is unnecessary.

How To Get There

Boat trips are available from Bangkok and Ao Nang which will take you to the main station of the city. The city can be reached within hours from here. However, a different route might take a little more time. A direct flight from Bangkok is also available.

Additional Info

Keep all your cash and travel documents safely. Do not leave your luggage unpacked in your hotel room when you leave. Cameras and mobile phones might not be allowed in some locations. Make sure you follow the instructions. In case of any problem, report to the local authorities.