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Koh Samui: Private Tour with Jet Skiing and Sunset Dinner5 Reviews
Explore the best of Koh Samui’s northern beaches via jet ski. Cap off your sun and sea-filled afternoon with a trip to Fisherman’s Village and a sunset dinner on the beach.
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- Visit the impressive statues at Big Buddha Temple and Wat Plai Laem
- Tour the island's beautiful coastline by jet ski
- Stroll along the numerous stalls and kiosks in the popular Fisherman’s Village
- Witness the sun set as you dine on a delicious local meal while on the beach
DescriptionStart your tour around mid-afternoon with pickup from your accommodation and quick stops at two of Koh Samui’s famous temples. The first stop is the Big Buddha temple, aptly named for a 12-meter tall golden statue of a serene-looking Buddha. Climb to the top of the staircase and see the imposing statue up close in all its grandeur. Known for its colorful designs and mix of Chinese and Thai architecture, Wat Plai Laem’s most eye-catching feature is the huge statue of the 18-arm Guanyin, believed to be the goddess of mercy and compassion. Explore the colorful grounds and spot another large statue of a laughing monk before starting your jet ski adventure. Following a briefing from your instructor, board your jet ski and ride the waves, making the rounds of some of the island’s best beaches. Take in the long stretch of coastline at Bophut Beach, gaze at the turquoise waters of Maenam Beach, and admire the beautiful shores of Koh Som Beach. After a thrilling ride, make your way to the popular Fisherman’s Village for a spot of shopping. Walk by the numerous stalls and kiosks as you take in the products on display. Wrap up the day with a delicious local dinner at the beach as you watch the sun go down at the end of an amazing day.
IncludesHotel pickup and drop-off Entrance fees 1-hour jet ski safari Dinner
- Clothes revealing the shoulders, underarms, back, and knees are not allowed in some temple sites on this tour.