This half-day tour takes you to see the stunning sights of this tropical paradise. Learn about the coconut industry on the island from a local farmer. Then visit the fishing village of Baan Hua Tanon, where you’ll enter the complex of a typical Thai home. You’ll be delighted as you watch a trained monkey climb a coconut tree to pluck a nut, and then you will enjoy a cool beverage made from the fresh milk. Visit the huge Seated Buddha, built in 1972. Phra Yai (Big Buddha) sits proudly on the top of a rocky islet off the northeast coast of the island. You’ll stop to view this monumental landmark and the small temple complex that surrounds it. End your experience with a delicious lunch at a beach resort.
To visit the Phra Yai (Bid Buddha), you must be able to walk up 76 steps. Modest attire is required to visit the temple complex—knees must be covered and shoes must be removed.