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    Koh Samui Hotel Attractions

    Koh Samui is the second largest island in Thailand and has an abundance of white sandy beaches, coconut groves and coral reefs with natural attractions including view points and waterfalls. Get to know the island during your stay at Arayaburi with one of our recommended day excursions.

    Samui Island Tour

    Join our trip around the island stopping at cultural and natural attractions such as the Temple of Big Buddha, a strange rock formation in Lamai known as grandmother and grandfather, various viewpoints and Namuang Waterfall. Enjoy a popular monkey show and finish the trip with a shopping spree in the town of Naithon.

    Elephant Trekking

    This eco-adventure into the jungles of Koh Samui includes a fantastic 30 minute trek on the back of an elephant. These friendly giants will stride through coconut plantations and virgin forests and will entertain crowds with a show and photo opportunity. Witness the skills of the local monkeys as they ascend the coconut trees and pick ripe fruit. Go off-road in a jeep and explore the jungles stopping at Namuang Waterfall for a swim.

    Samui Safari

    This action packed half-day adventure tour takes you on an exhilarating journey into the depths of the island. Climb aboard an elephant and trek through the jungles for a unique view of the tropical landscape, enjoy an elephant show and get up close to feed them. The monkeys will show you how they are trained to pick ripe coconuts and the tour also visits a rice farm where farmers demonstrate the traditional methods for growing and harvesting rice with water buffalo.
    Have fun riding on an ox-cart in the fields and learn how to make the popular Thai dish Papaya Salad at the live cooking demonstration. The tour then visits a rubber plantation where you can see rubber being extracted from the trees and continue with a jungle trek to Namuang Waterfall for a refreshing swim in a natural pool. We then take to the water on a sea canoe and weave through the peaceful mangrove forests with still waters and stunning scenery.