You must see Koh Samui at least once
Koh Samui trips: Located near the Big Buddha in the north of the island, Wat Plai Laem is a colourful and interesting Buddhist Temple. The temple features very ornate decor and art, an 18-arm image of Guanyin – the Goddess of Mercy – and a large white Chinese Buddha set on the lake. If you donate money for the upkeep of the temple you’ll be given a bag of food to throw to the teeming fish in the lake.
All over Thailand, the wat serves as a major centre for cultural festivals and Big Buddha Temple in Samui is no exception. During such festivals as Loy Kratong or Songkran, the temple becomes crowded with people making merit and enjoying the entertainment, food and markets set up in celebration. The beach nearby was originally called Bang Rak, but due to the prominence of the temple at its eastern end, it’s now commonly known as Big Buddha Beach. There are a number of hotels and guesthouses along its sandy shoreline and plenty of places to eat and shop. Discover a few extra info on Koh Samui Tours.
When you are in the area near Chaweng Beach there are many different ladyboys shows on offer, they are all close to each other and vying for your hard earned money so competition is fierce and you will often find they are trying to drag you into their show. The shows usually consist of popular songs being lip synced whilst the performers wear beautiful costumers and make up, the ladyboys are all at various stages of their journey but in most cases it is very hard to tell that they are men. The shows are light hearted so sit back and enjoy.
More Thailand attractions: Bangkok is a delightful city to see. We will talk about Bangkok attractions and especially the Amphawa floating market tour. Opened in 1990, the eight-story CentralWorld marketed itself as a middle class shopping center, opposed to the upper class-marketed Siam Paragon. On 19th May 2010, CentralWorld was one of the many properties set on fire by anti government protestors. The fire raged for two days and the Zen department store collapsed in the fire. After months of repair works, the shopping complex reopened on 28th September with 80% of its retail space open for business.
Located near to the Chewang Lake and sitting at the top of a hilly terrain is Khao Hua Jook Chedi, A beautiful temple that overlooks the coast as well as the valleys below. The temple has some intricate carvings to marvel at as well as many golden sculptures of Lord Buddha. The building itself does not sit next to any road so you will have to park your car at the bottom of the hill and hike up to where it is located. See a few extra info on https://kohsamui.tours/.