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Koh Samui/Surat Thani

5D 4N

Day 01 Koh Samui (-)

Upon arrival at Koh Samui airport, meet and greet our representative,  transfer to hotel, check in, refresh and relax. After a short relax, proceed for Thailand’s second largest island, you can't compare to other beach destinations like Phuket and Krabi, it is just as (or even more) worthy of a visit. The island is not just about the usual palm-fringed beaches, it’s also home to wonderful spicy Southern Thai specialities, immense lush rainforests, and many luxurious upscale resorts.

Start your adventurous trip to Ang Thong National Marine Park, an archipelago of 42 islands sitting in the Gulf of Thailand on a day trip cruise out in the ocean on a 45-minute boat ride from Koh Samui.

Next, go for Snorkeling amongst pristine marine life a marvel at untouched limestone cliffs not to miss the one, shaped like a praying monkey. Climb your way up to the peak of Ko Mae for a panoramic view of the gorgeous Emerald Lake (Talay Nai) hidden within. Consider, other activities such as kayaking and hiking, available too! If you’re not in the mood to get active, chilling by the beach is always a relaxing alternative.

After a long day out at sea, head over to Charm Eatery and Bar, where you can eat your heart out amid a warm, a cozy ambience and a fantastic view of the ocean, especially at sunset. The restaurant features a wide variety in its menu, from seafood and popular Thai dishes to Thai-Western specialities. After dinner, transfer to hotel. Overnight in Koh Samui.

Day 02 Krua Chao Baan (B)

After breakfast, relax till you are picked up to visit Guan Yu Shrine a shrine dedicated to the ancient warlord Guan Yu. The shrine is mostly visited by the local Chinese community and Chinese tourists. In the vicinity, there are Chinese shops and restaurants. Tourists who drop by this area can understand more about Guan Yu and the history of Koh Samui’s ethnic Chinese community.

Visit the Hin Ta and Hin Yai Rocks (literally Grandfather and Grandmother rocks) are perhaps Koh Samui’s most popular rock formations, and for an amusing reason: they resemble the male and female genitalia. There’s a myth behind the formation of the rocks that we shan’t spoil, but if you’re in Koh Samui you might as well head down to the site to hear about the legend, and have a good laugh along with hilarious photo opportunities.

After a long walk, relax yourself in a Spa in some major spa chain in Thailand, specializing in a series of body treatments and packages, ranging from aromatherapy oil massages to Thai herbal steam saunas.

After the Spa, have dinner, a warmth and good home-cooked meals, run by a family for decades, this casual eatery has been a frequent go-to dining spot among the locals. Dishes such as pak liang (vegetables fried with eggs) and stir-fried pork in shrimp paste are what keeps diners coming back. Transfer to hotel. Overnight in Koh Samui.

Day 03 Koh Samui (B)

After breakfast, visit the Wat Phra Yai (The Big Buddha Temple), one of Koh Samui’s most famous cultural landmarks. The golden, 12-metre seated Buddha statue sits on Koh Faan, a small island connected to Samui through a causeway. It’s best to visit in the morning as this is when locals can be seen making their way to the temple to make food offerings, and morning chants by monks can be heard. 

Spend your afternoon in Koh Samui, explore the Jungle Club, a restaurant and bar sitting atop a hill facing Chaweng Beach. It’s the perfect spot to unwind and hang out with your partner or best buds! Enjoy stunning panoramic views of the Andaman Sea as you savour an Italian-Asian brunch, or your favourite cocktail under the shade without missing the sea breeze. The Jungle Club also houses its own resort.

Evening, shop at the night markets and pigging out on street food, another quintessential experience at the Fisherman’s Village and Walking Street where all sorts of local gifts and souvenirs, and foods ranging from ice cream rolls to Thai specialities available. 

After the night market and dinner at the walking street, transfer tohotel. Overnight in Koh Samui.

Day 04 Koh Samui/Ferry to Surat Thani (B)

After breakfast, check out and our representative will pick you from the hotel and transfer you to Seatran Ferry terminal, heading to Surat Thani. The representative will hand over the ferry ticket to you to board the ferry at schedule time. Ticket states that it is 1hr 30mins from Na thon pier to Surat Thani ferry terminal.

There is even a little shop on board if you need a quick bite. The trip should be super quick. You can walk up to the deck and sit under the shade to get amazing views of the islands. Upon arriving Surat Thani, our representative from Surat Thani will pick you from the Ferry terminal and transfer to hotel approximately 1hr 30mins. Check in, refresh and relax.

Surat Thani is known in Thai as ‘City of Good People’. It was once the seat of the ancient Srivijaya Empire. Today, this typical Thai town is a busy transport hub moving cargo and people around the country. Travelers rarely linger here as they make their way to the popular islands of Ko Samui, Ko Pha-Ngan and Ko Tao, but it's a great stop if you enjoy real Thai working cities, good southern style street food and nosing around colorful Chinese temples and Chinese shop fronts.

After a short relaxation, visit the Cheow Larn Lake. Start your adventure with your first stop at Rajjaprabha Dam’s or Chieo Lan Dam built in 1982, is a rock with fat-clay core dam that is 94 meters in height and 761 in length. The reservoir (lake) covers an area of 185 squares kilometers and boasts an electricity generating capacity of approximately 554 million kilowatt / hour. The lake offers an incomparably breathtaking view of Limestone Mountains and over 200 small islands, a viewpoint for a unique photo opportunity. 

Next, depart on a long-tail boat ride to Chiew Larn Lake’s highlight, the Khao Sam Kler limestone mountain, the jungle trek to the hidden Pad Zian Waterfall. Next, head to the iconic Pae 500 Rai floating resort for a delicious and Southern Thai buffet. After lunch, spend time in the heart of nature and do some birdwatching.

Alternatively, kayak or swim in Chiew Larn Lake’s stunning turquoise water, learn how to make a cocktail, or simply bask in the sun surrounded by greenery. The resort guarantees the best view of the lake surrounded by towering limestone cliffs and the lush jungle. 

Next, visit the Rope Bridge Heart Mountain at Surat Thani for the construction of a cross over the light canal at Wat Khao Ru. The bridge uses a large wire rope, anchored to the concrete pole. The floor is covered with a wooden board on a steel frame with a length of 120 meters along the suspension bridge. There are beautiful views of the natural canal light and the two sides of the canal. The backdrop is the beauty of his deity or a heart shape that is clearly visible. Have dinner and transfer to hotel. Overnight in Surat Thani.

Day 05 Shrine of the city pillar/San Lak Muang/Departure (B)

After breakfast, check out and proceed to this sacred and revered enshrine the City Pillar Shrine, the city's landmark since August 20, 1956. It is considered a sacred place for Khon Kaen people. There are many people coming to worship everyday.

The pillar was then venerated by citizens who sought prosperity and success, as well as to avoid misfortune. King Rama I installed the city pillar here, on 21 April 1782, after moving his capital from Thonburi to Bangkok. The shrine was the first building in the new capital, constructed even ahead of the royal palace. 

After visiting the City Pillar Shrine, spend time at the landscape environment till departure to the airport for your onward destination.

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