Koh Samui most popular attractions are not far away from Angthong Villa. The Hintai Hinyai rocks, Hin lad waterfalls, Namuang waterfalls, Magic Buddha Garden, The butterfly, The crocodile farm and the snake farm. Angthong Villa manager will be happy to offer you and guide you through Samui’s attractions.
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Samui's fame as the beach and coconut isle is widespread, but few visitors realize that it also has a wealth of Buddhist culture. From ancient Buddha images to modern colorful temples, there is a vast selection of interesting sites to visit and sights to see; Wat Phra Yai – Big Buddha, Kunaram Temple – Mummified Monk, Wat Plai Laem, Coral Buddha, Wat Sumret, The Leam Sor Chedi, Wat Sila Ngu and the Buddha's Footprint. Please remember to dress politely (no beachwear or revealing clothing) and to behave with respect in temple grounds.
Santiburi Samui is on-the-hill golf course where each of the 18 holes has been positioned along the different altitudes of the natural hills.
This spectacular course traverses a mountain range and coconut plantation, which offers the greatest vistas and views of any golf course in Thailand.
Bars, cabarets shows and discos are mainly in Chaweng and Lamai located. Green Mango, Raggae Pub, Full Circle and Bauhaus are the main discotheques. The Chaweng is 10 minutes drive from Angthong Villa.
Shopping in Koh Samui is limited to three major areas; these are Nathon market, Chaweng market and Lamai market. Many kinds of retail goods from all over Thailand are available to make sure that you enjoy great shopping on Samui. Thai silks and handicrafts are just two examples of Thai goods, which have become internationally famous.
Diving, snorkeling and fishing. There are many scuba diving schools located around Samui, offering a wide range of dive facilities. There are also tours available for snorkeling, fishing and excursions. The area of Koh Samui, Koh Tao, Koh Phangan and Angthong Marine National Park are very famous dive places.
Jet Ski, Water Ski, Wake board, Kayaks and Catamarans can also be found in Samui.
Massage has a long history of therapeutic healing in Thailand. It has been practiced for centuries as it still is to day. The theoretical basis of Thai Massage lies in the theory of energy lines running through the body. Out of the 72,000 energy lines said to be in existence, the focus is on the 10 major lines, called "Sen”. Working on these energy lines will help to remove any blockages and allow free flow of energy through the body.