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Must See Top Attractions in Samui – Excitement in Samui

Samui is a beautiful region in Thailand that is packed with plenty of fun for the whole family. Below are some interesting attractions that you must check out here.

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Visit a Magic Garden

In Koh Samui there really is a magic garden. It may sound like a metaphor but one look at it and you will realize how enchanting this place really is. Carpeted in varying shades of blooming flowers there is a blissful feel just strolling inside this garden and the many butterflies fluttering around you only add to the tranquillity experienced here. Another name for this garden in Samui is the Secret Buddha Garden for this place was actually constructed by a durian farmer somewhere in the 70s. Offering its many visitors perfection wrapped in a bow, this garden is an ideal place to spend an evening in Samui. Apart from the plethora of flowers found in here, the magic garden also flaunts a number of hidden statues which is quite intriguing to find. To top all this there is also a beautiful waterfall that concludes ones tour of this truly magical garden.

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Beaches

Being a coastal region, Koh Samui is blessed with a number of good beaches that are perfect for partying, relaxing and even adventure. The beaches in Samui are one of its biggest attractions and cater to keep tourists happy in every way. With powdery white sands and sparkling blue waters there is nothing that cannot be loved here. When it comes to good beaches there are so many names in the list however the most popular ones are the Chaweng Beach and Lamai Beach, mainly because most of the finest resorts are located around these regions. For instance the Northern end of the Chaweng Beach is where you can find the Anantara Lawana Koh Samui Resort; amongst the well known options when it comes to a luxury resort in Koh Samui. The tourist friendly nature of Chaweng and Lamai has opened doors to many water based activities and sports affording plenty of fun for the whole family. For those looking for a quieter and more relaxing beachside setting try the Mae Nam Beach on the northern coast and Laem Yao on the northwest tip of the island.

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Find Buddha's Footprints

The spiritual side of Koh Samui is just as intriguing as everything else it has to offer. Temples are found in abundance here and you get plenty adorning every nook and corner of this city. However there is one particular attraction which even though is not a temple per-se, attracts a plethora of devout Buddhists from all over the country. Situated in the vicinity of the Butterfly Garden, in a hilltop shrine, one can come across not one but FOUR footprints that is believed to be that of Lord Buddha's which are layered on top of one another. To actually witness this remarkable sight you need to get to the very top of the temple. It is true that there are several steps to climb but the unmatched panoramic scenery you can witness from the top adds to the rewards of finding Buddha's footprints and is definitely worth all the effort of getting there.

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