Koh Samui Day Tours, the most popular Day Tours in Koh Samui Island Thailand

Koh Samui is only behind Phuket in terms of popularity and visitor numbers for Thai resorts. And there is good reason for that, despite years of chronic over-development the island retains much of its natural beauty and picture postcard beaches. Travel to and from the island is easy with regular international and domestic flights direct to the island as well as regular ferry crossings. This page is an eye opener informing you of the nice spots to visit on Koh Samui day Tours. Discover the most popular tours in Koh Samui Island Thailand.

Here’s a rundown of the main activities:

Visiting temples – One of the highlights of most people’s visits to Thailand is visiting a few temples, and Samui is no exception. The most famous is Big Buddha at Big Buddha beach. A short climb to the top of the temple offers some good views out to sea. There are also some rather gimmicky fortune telling machines and you can buy a brick to contribute towards the construction of new temple buildings. This is where majority of the tourists commence their Koh Samui Day Tours.

Next you can visit animal attractions sites. In the far south-east corner of the island are located the Tiger Zoo and Aquarium, which are a good way to spend a few hours, especially if you have kids. Both are quite interesting and have some shows throughout the day.

From there, you can take your Koh Samui Day tours to sightsee the natural attractions of the island – The most popular waterfalls on the island are Na Muang 1 and 2. These are very easily accessed, if not the most spectacular. Na Muang 1 is the lower of the two and is located next to a small car park, no walking required. Na Muang 2 is a bit higher up and requires a walk. There are many natural viewpoints around the island which offer good photo opportunities out to sea, especially at sunset.

Beaches are, of course, the main attraction of Samui, Chaweng is the main beach, it is the longest and the sand and sea are superior to the rest of the island. It is also the most developed with plenty of shops, pharmacies, food and rowdy night spots. A Koh Samui day trip without visiting this place is not a complete one.