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Buddhist Temple
“On the northern coast of Koh Samui is the famous Big Buddha shrine. Probably Samui's most well known landmark, the 12-metre high golden Buddha can be seen from several kilometres away. Inside the surrounding temple are many different shrines and other smaller ornate Buddhas. There is also a small market selling a wide range of lucky charms and other souvenirs, alongside numerous food stalls.”
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Arcade
“Art Samui gives visitors an experience that offers the best of arts as well as a glimpse into art pieces that have redefined the art scene in Thailand. The art museum thrives on a type of art called Trick Art. Just as the name suggests, this form of art tricks the human brain into believing that the picture presented is in 3D. ”
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History Museum
“Beautiful outdoor museum and garden featuring fine arts and sculptures collected from around Thailand. This spot is a great place to get stunning pictures especially the magnificent entrance where many people take their wedding photos.”
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Galeria de arte
“Located at Chaweng Beach in Koh Samui, Thailand, the Gallery La Fayette is a art studio mastering in fine-art reproductions and commissioned works of the highest standard. ”
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Buddhist Temple
“LAEM SOR PAGODA From a distance, the pagoda seems to be in gold because it is beautifully decorated with multiple small yellow tiles that offer an ochre color in the light of the sun. Standing on the reefs at the edge of the water, it contrasts sumptuously with the turquoise of the sea. The entrance is guarded by two "Yak" statues representing warriors, equipped with swords with imposing dimensions and adorned with frightening faces. Buddha, meanwhile, stands in the door, just behind the statues. ”
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Café
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“it is amazing, definitely the best Coffee on the Island after our great Coffee. amazing Cocktails and food do not miss going here.”
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Museum
“WAT GUAN YU Mr. Virach Pongchababnapa, a Sino-Thai resident of Koh Samui, had the crazy project of building a bronze statue 16 meters high, worth 20 million Baht, which is becoming one of the big new Tourist attractions of Koh Samui. The statue represents Guan Yu, a Chinese warlord living in the second century. The completed project will include a building to house a local "Chinatown" with restaurants, shops, and Chinese medicine practitioners. The sanctuary is also used for weddings. ”
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Library
“Passed the Movenpick hotel, this stunning resort has 3 restaurants - beach grill, Western, and Thai. (4-min walk along the beach)”
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Buddhist Temple
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Museum
“A temple which is located deep inland on one of the highest mountains on the island. At the very top you can find an antiques museum, a huge golden Buddha, statues of the Chinese horoscope, a reclining Buddha, a laughing Buddha, and a pink statue resembling a cow elephant. In good weather there is a breathtaking view from here. However, access to the temple is very poor. Unless you’re adventurers who want to go on foot, it’s better to rent a quad bike or arrange a guide, who will drive you to the place in an off-road vehicle. Szabo, Pavel. Thailand: Koh Samui: The 44 most beautiful places on the island (Kindle Locations 56-60). Digitramp.cz. Kindle Edition. ”
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