After two days in the paradise of Koh Tao, it was time to take the catamaran again. After 1,5 hours we arrived in Koh Samui, the biggest Island of the east coast of Thailand. It’s well known for partying and the sandy white beaches. Samui is actually alot bigger than Koh Tao and it’s also way more crowded.
After we arrived and dropped our belongings in the beautiful beach resort we went on an island tour. Part of the tour: the big buddha, a view point, the father and mother rocks, monkeys, elephant feeding and waterfalls. It was bloody hot that day but the island tour was amazing!
This is just part one of many more parts to come. I spend most of my days at the island of Koh Samui (5 days in total) and this is just an overview of day one.
Just click the words below for an overload of pictures and my complete view of the island.
Koh Samui is known as the cocunut island. In order to get those coconuts out of the trees, the locals use special trained monkeys. And no, ofcourse I didn’t like to see this, but this is the way people live and I wanted to share it.