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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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  • Koh Samet
    The island is the real tourist attraction in the province

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The klongs

the klongs

These small canals going through Bangkok take you rto a completly different setting : very quiet, rural, almost out of time. You really have the the impression of having left the city.


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Wat Tham Suea (Tiger Cave Temple)

wat tham suea (tiger cave temple)

Called Wat Tham Seua in Thai, it is the most interesting temple to visit in Krabi. It owes its name to one of its many caves (the tiger cave) and offers a magnificent view over Krabi province from...


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Wat Mongkhon Bophit

wat mongkhon bophit

close to the Wat Phra Si Sanphet, it houses a huge bronze Buddha.


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Walking Street

walking street

The Walking Streets in Thailand are night markets that take place a few evenings a week or sometimes every evening in one or several streets that become pedestrianized for the occasion. They are...


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