Koh Samui is home to many natural wonders that can take many days to explore. However, one should take time to learn how to prepare fine Thai cuisine from experienced and passionate chefs at Samui Institute of Thai Culinary Arts. Also, take time to visit a local day spa, the Ang Thong National Marine Park, the amazing waterfalls and a mummified monk. Koh Samui attractions have a lot to offer so here’s our top 5, a place to start.
1. Cooking Classes
Samui Institute of Thai Culinary Arts hosts several cooking classes every day. Classes are kept small in size in order to provide the utmost personal attention. Lastly, all the ingredients that guests use are selected daily from local markets.
2. Spa Day
The Magnolia Spa has been ranked as a Travelers Choice by Tripadvisor.com. Magnolia Spa offers unique spa packages in a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere. Therapists are highly qualified and experienced. If rejuvenating the body and mind sounds appealing, stop by Magnolia Spa.
3. Ang Thong National Marine Park
This natural gem is made up of man small islands and is abundant in amazing rainforests, limestone and pristine beaches. If taking a day trip out to this magnificent national park, bring your swimming and snorkeling gear along. The surrounding pristine beaches are ideal for any aquatic adventure.
Of the several waterfalls on this island, visit the Na Muang and Na Muang 2 waterfalls. A magnificent staircase is created of natural rocks and roots. Take time to enjoy the naturally created swimming pool at the foot of the waterfall.
5. Mummified Monks
The mummified bodies of Loung Pordaeng is on display inside of a glass case. Take time to visit this amazing monk that seemingly has remained in reasonably perfect conditions.
These attractions are a great start to the wonderful trip that is Koh Samui holidays. These attractions are merely a short list of many national wonders that have not been mentioned.