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Spots for Posers in Koh Samui – The Options are Fabulous!

Gorgeous Koh Samui's turquoise sea, white sand beaches and utterly stunning backdrops are the perfect setting for your masterpiece photos. Absolute conversation starters the following spots are ideal.


Ang Thong National Park

Ang Thong National Park is an archipelago of 42 islands. Each setting is unique and utterly stunning, in other words, this marine park is the perfect setting for the 'perfect' photo. If you love posing this place will have you going wild. Even amateur photographers can snap up the most beguiling photos to make the folks back home jealous. Your backdrop will consist of limestone columns jutting out of the sea, bleached white sand beaches, glistening turquoise waters, lush forests and beautiful hills. Take along those selfie sticks and snap up some of the most beautiful pictures you will take on holiday, besides taking pictures you will enjoy all the park has to offer from snorkelling and swimming to trekking through the picturesque hilly forests.


Laem Yai Beach

Easily accessed from your Samui beach resort, Laem Yai is a beautiful stretch of beach hidden along the northern coast of the island. One of the most famous spots for photographers the area is quite beautiful. A true tropical paradise this beach is a reflection of what the stunning northern coast has to offer. Move further along and you will come to Chaweng Beach possibly the most famous on Koh Samui. The place is home to Anantara Lawana Koh Samui Resort and other hotels and resorts for those seeking exotic stylish backdrops around which to pose.


Na Muang Waterfalls

Head over to the southern quarter of the island and you have a wholly different background around which to pose. The 'Purple Waterfalls' as they are popularly known consist of Na Muang 1 and 2; the beautiful cascades are proof that Koh Samui is not limited to sun sand and surf. You can plan a half day trek into the forest and come upon the first fall by lunchtime. Na Muang 1 ends in a pool at the base where lots of fun photos can be snapped up. Trek further uphill and you will come across Na Muang 2; take along the long lenses, for the view from there is breathtaking.


Koh Nangyuan

The movie 'The Beach' was shot on the Phi Phi Islands; but did you know that the author of the book visualised Koh Nangyuan when he penned the story. Staying true to the descriptions in the book this is one of the most striking locations in Koh Samui not just for snapping up some memorable photos but also for relaxing and enjoying the island vibes.


Big Buddha

You cannot leave Koh Samui without posing close to its most iconic attraction. One of the first sights visible when approaching the island by air, the Big Buddha is a 12 metre tall dazzling white statue of the Buddha in the 'Mara' pose. In the morning's, temple monks light up the statue so that its glow can be seen across the island.