The second largest island in Thailand, Samui attracts tourists, who want to take a break from the hustle and bustle of the city. This corner of paradise with snow-white beaches and blue lagoons is more than 40 km away from the land – hence the feeling of greater privacy than in Phuket or Pattaya. Despite the status of a beach resort, Samui has a considerable number of attractions, so there will be no problems with the construction of a tour route. You can visit the attractions of the island on your own, but a much more convenient and economical option will be group tours under the guidance of an English-speaking guide. Visiting the neighboring islands is also recommended by Excurzilla as part of tours – individual tours have a quite high cost.
Choosing conducted tours, you will not only visit all the tourist must-haves of Samui but also learn many interesting things about it. The list of such places includes not only traditional temple complexes for Thailand but also natural attractions, which the picturesque Samui is famous for. In the list of places that you should definitely include in your tour route there is:
Wildlife lovers will definitely enjoy visiting the local zoo, aquarium, and also the Mu Ko Ang Thong Marine National Park, which has a total area of 250 square kilometers.