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Samui Island & Aquarium & Tiger Show tour

 
Tour Duration: 8 hours
Show Times: -
Show Duration: -
Location: Samui island
Meals
: lunch included

Pick up time: 09:00 am. (The time will be confirmed upon booking)

The first stop will be Ladd Koh View Point for panoramic view of famous Chaweng Beach which powdery white sandy contrasting to the clear blue sea.

Next stop at a marvelous strange natural formation of Grand Ma & Grand Pa rock have been fashioned by the elements into massive sculptures, creating a lot of humorous interest from tourists.

Wat Kunaram for pay respect to the mummified body of Luang Por Daeng, the sacrosanct for native, he died more than 30 years ago in a sitting position of meditation his body shows few signs of any major decay (un-decomposed).

Then we stop at Na Muang 1 Waterfall and being impressive with the wide drop of 18 meters cascade to a natural pool below.

You have time for shopping at Nathon town, the capital of Koh Samui, a place where the pier is for embarkation to the mainland. Samui products, beach wears can be found.

Big Buddha, a large statue of Lord Buddha image is dominating on a hill top of a small island which can be reached by walking up the steps to the big gallery for the surrounding bird’s eye view. Sea shells and Coconut shells product are available for shopping as well.

Note: You can choose between a Half Day and Full Day Tour/ No lunch for Half Day Tour. Return to the hotel: Afternoon: 14:00

This itinerary also including the entrance fee to visit Samui Aquarium and watch Bengal Tiger show, Sea Lion show and Bird show.

Both the aquarium and the zoo have many of Thailand's tropical favourites above and below the water. You will explore diversity kinds of fish , huge catfish and several sharks including Leopard and Black Tips Samui's local zoo adjacent to the aquarium, house some south-eastern Asian tigers, parrots, hornbills, sea hawks, eagles or even otters who will perform for you.

Thai set lunch will be served at local restaurant.

   
   
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