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Places to visit in Koh Samet

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What to see in Koh Samet

In addition to its beaches and the walks along the coast, Koh Samet does not offer many tourist attractions. The statues of the Mermaid and the Prince on Sai Kaew beach are the most photographed items of the island. It may also be interesting to visit Koh Samet temple and its Big Buddha.
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    The island is the real tourist attraction in the province

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Amphawa Floating Market

Amphawa Floating Market

Amphawa is 9 km away from Samut Songkhram. It is really easy to go discover its floating market. It takes place from Friday to Sunday at noon and is particularly interesting to see at night. At...


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Pai Canyon

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Wat Huay Pla Kung (Big Buddha)

Wat Huay Pla Kung (Big Buddha)

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