Chaweng Beach Koh Samui Thailand
"Kandaburi is locate on Chaweng Beach."
Incentive Group Activities Programs
Morning Outdoor Activities
Jogging, Enjoy an early morning canter along the beach
Fitness, a well equipped Fitness Room with tread mill cross Trainer - Bike- Free weights
Power Walking on the beach, what else to say
Beach Volley ball, for teams of two or 6, why not make a league of it
Chair ball, six a side teams
Fruit Carving, learn a new craft and delight your friends and family at home
Thai Cooking Class, individual, set in a class-room style
Quartet, Thai Band, Quintet, Duo, Karaoke, Thai Instrument playing show, Thai Classical Show, Hawaii Dance / Polynesian, Modern Dance & Variety show, the Cabaret Show and fire Works.
Excursion program for Incentive Group
Romantic Beach Sunset
Experience the sunset at Kandaburi, enjoy a few glasses of champagne a snack or two and appreciate with the atmosphere of sunset on the beach watch as the ocean delight with a crimson light. Start from 17.00 pm. till 19.00pm. Includes Light Snacks, beverages
Explore Samui All Day Trip
By Car / Van
Capacity 4 -8
If you require a coach for up to 24 persons then this is available please ask our sales team for any assistance you may require
Round Samui island Trip
A well defined Samui excursion and take in the sights and sounds of one of Thailand's second big island. Adventure begins the trip by pay respect temple a very old temple Wat Kiri Wongkaram to see the Mummified Monks then see the foot print of Buddha, then Hinta Hin Yai the Smbolic of Gentle man and Lady this is one of the most attractive location of the island.
Then onto Water Falls, Monkey Show and then towards the last stage by pay respect the Biggest Buddha on the Island. Departure Time at 09.00 Return Time at 16.00 pm.
Monks are held as great reverence in Thailand, and many years ago, Samui chose to mummify two of them. Their bodies can be seen in their well preserved forms some 20 years after their deaths at Wat Kiri Wongkaram and Wat Khunaram.
There is no sign showing the exact location of footprint and finding this attraction will be part of the adventure. Housed in a hilltop shrine, four footprints have been engraved one atop another. There are 163 steps to climb in all, but the view up there is surrounded by treetops and valleys that will be worth for a visit.
Hin Ta Hin Yai
Upon viewing those astonishing creations, even scientific purists would be tempted to believe that nature can also be as whimsical as the most eccentric artist. Also known as "Grandfather and Grandmother rocks"; entirely formed by the elements, two extraordinarily accurate male and female genitalia-shaped rock formations share a perch overlooking the sea. Delightfully refreshing forest forays, if you plan to do more than admiring the view - that is plunge into one of the island's natural waterfalls, then take along a sturdy and non-slip pair of old shoes and tread carefully. The volume of water at the falls will vary, depending on the time of year and recent rainfall. The last few months of the year are the wettest, while the months of March through September are fairly dry.
Na Muang Waterfall1
At southwest corner of the island, this is the most easily accessible of Samui's three waterfalls. At the base of the falls, there is a large natural pool where you can take a dip.
The vast majority of the population consider themselves Buddhists. While the devoutness of their practice varies just as it does with religious peoples throughout the world, the temple remains a cultural focal point for every village. Many of the more high profile temples in the country have become tourist attractions, but remarkably, the presence of foreign visitors does not seem to distract or disturb those residents who come to pray. In Samui, two temples are home to the displayed bodies of monks who were mummified some 20 years ago.
Some residents go to the local temple regularly to pay their respects to the Buddha, others go at times of misfortune or when they are visited by doubt and uncertainty. But all Buddhists visit sometimes. As everywhere in Thailand, Samui's temples range from the simple to the grand, and the latter attract many thousands of tourists each year.
If you visit a temple, please dress appropriately and be sure and remove your shoes before entering. When sitting or kneeling, be careful not to point your foot directly at the Buddha or worshipers.
Big Buddha Temples
Being one of Samui's most popular attractions, Big Buddha image sitting 12 meters tall was built in 1972 by the local society to give visitors a place to pay respect to The Lord Buddha. This monumental landmark is placed on the Northern shore of the island.
This temple is the home of Koh Samui's most famous landmark and most of the visitors come to marvel at the sheer size and the beauty of this remarkable statue at some point during their holiday. Big Buddha is visible from several kilometers away and even from the air when landing or taking off on the airplane.
Laem Sor Chedi (also called Wat Laem Sor) is ornately designed Chedi (Pagoda) sits at the rocky water's edge. Covered in countless small yellow tiles and it appears golden when it is viewed from a short distance. It is situated at the far South of the island
Wat Plai Laem
Wat Plai Laem is a newly built in 2004 and very ornate temple situated just near Big Buddha statue. Khun Jarit Phumdonming, artist of this temple, spent more than three years adding finer details to the external parts of the temple. The tradition of temple art follows the dates back to centuries and providing a good example of the influence and style that are still significant in modern Thai religious architecture.
The elaborate entry doors were made from two enormous slabs of Laotian hardwood and are intricately carved with images of the life of the Buddha.
Secret Hall of Buddhas
Wat Sumret is very old temple housing an ancient white marble Buddha believed to be hundreds years old. Inside there, it has a valuable collection of Buddha images. A monk will unlock the door for you on request.
If you visit a temple, please dress appropriately and be sure and remove your shoes before entering. When sitting or kneeling, be careful not to point your foot directly at the Buddha or worshipers, and always take care to keep your feet tucked away when in the presence of monks. Also keep your head at a level below theirs.
Located in Bophut, this crude zoo with a performing animal arena features shows several times a day. Small monkeys are trained to perform various tricks on stage, and then they climb the trees to demonstrate how they harvest coconuts; a feat for which the area's monkeys are uniquely skilled.