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Ko Samui is the second largest island in Thailand. The white sandy beaches, coral reefs and coconut trees make Ko Samui a magnet for tourists from within Asia and far beyond with the Island recently surpassing Phuket to become Thailand’s second largest tourist destination after Bangkok with 1.5 million visitors per year.
The majority of central Ko Samui is uninhabitable rainforest in the midst of which the mountain Khao Pom towers above the island. Nathon, the capital, situated on the northwest coast offers visitors a fascinating insight into the multicultural nature of Ko Samui where Thai, Malay and Chinese influences are evident in the cuisine and architecture as well as amongst the islands residents.
When compared to the rest of Southern Thailand Ko Samui enjoys a relatively dry climate for the most of the year. Given the Islands relatively compact size it’s possible to see most of the key sights, such as ‘Big Buhdda’, Namuang waterfall and the ‘Grandma and Grandpa’ rocks.
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