1. Hin Lat Waterfall
Waterfall is located 2 km south of Nathon Town.He can be
reached by a 3-4 kilometer walk down a country foot
walk. In evergreen, rain forest setting with palms and
creepers, the waterfall have several levels with a cool
pool for a fresh water swim.
Located : 2 km. south of Nathon Town
2. Magic Garden
The "Magic Garden" or "Secret
Buddha Garden" is located in the hills of Samui. A
Samuian fruit farmer, Nim Thongsuk, started to build the
garden in 1976 when he was 77 years old. To get there is
a bit difficult as the only concrete road leading there
is a military road and is not accessible by "normal"
people ( in the last couple of month the guards let you
pass if you want to visit the garden, so give it a try).
So, the only way to get there is through the jungle,
rivers and mountains by a four-wheel-drive jeep. The
journey takes about 2 hours starting at the back of the
Lamai temple and is only recommended for experienced
"outdoor" drivers. Another way to get to the garden is
by joining one of the safari tours. It's quite worth a
visit and on the way you can make a stop-over at Samui's
highest point overlooking the island from north to
south, the surrounding islands as well as the mainland.
Located : The hills of Samui, 2 km. south of
3. The Eight-Headed Coconut Tree
This is a rare and exotic coconut species. To see it for
yourself, follow the sign posts on the No. 4169
southbound ring road to Na Thon Bay
Na Thon Bay