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“Wat Plai Laem is located near Choeng Mon Beach in Koh Samui and is one of the most interactive and colourful temples on Koh Samui. The attraction of this wat is the beautiful eighteen-armed statue, sitting in the middle of a lake. The temple is extremely popular due to its beautiful lake that hosts hundreds of colourful fish.”
“We love the Jungle Club. It's like sitting up in a tree house while watching the world go by below. Call them and get picked up at the bottom of the hill on the main road if you don't fancy driving up (It's quite a steep drive!). ”
“Beautiful wooded area around the waterfall, swimming, huge ancient trees, small Thai food restaurants and some souvenir shops. This is where Thai families go at weekends and on holidays. Note there are 2 waterfalls at Na Meuang. This is the original, also known as Waterfall 1. Waterfall 2 - Safari Park is close by but not at all the same experience - highly commercial, expensive and questionable treatment of their animals. Not recommended!”
Place of Worship
“Wat Khunaram is the last residence of Koh Samui’s Mummified Monk. It is an unusual sight; a unique insight into Buddhist and Thai culture. The monk Luong Pordaeng died in 1973 in a seated meditative position and ever since his body has been on display in an upright glass case at the temple. Aside from the Mummified Monk, Wat Khunaram is a fairly typical Buddhist temple, where local people come to make merit and pray daily. Amulets and other Buddhist artefacts may be bought, and visitors are welcome to join or observe the daily rituals Wat Khunaram is on Route 4169 (the ring road) between Na Muang waterfalls and Hua Thanon, 13 kilometres south-east of Nathon Pier and about six kilometres west of Lamai Beach. ”