For anyone, this Buddhist garden is very beautiful. Tickets cost only 80 baht, and there is a small convenience store and coffee shop next to the door. When you pass through a jungle park with stone carvings, you will come to a stream. There is a small waterfall at the beginning of the stream. This place feels very different. The water flow here is very distinctive, and the garden is also very quiet and harmonious. You can hear the sound of water flowing and the rustling of leaves. The environment here is really peaceful. Come to this place, come here to reap peace and quiet. The most worthy description here is the sculpture on the stone, which seems to be enjoying its green garden. This place is not only lush, but also the scenery is wonderful.
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Free oysters with no strings attached! The temples with Buddha are perfect and beautiful oyster gold shines everywhere! The scenery is also amazing. It is a peaceful place and worth stopping. The Big Buddha is still very famous attractions in Samui, and is a landmark.
Secret Buddha Garden is really more secret, a little distance from other attractions, it takes 80 baht to enter the ticket, the place is relatively small, but it gives a very quiet and serene feeling, the best is to stay in it and meditate.
Walk up and down a creek with a small waterfall. Hundred or so statues carved in stone. Can spend up to an hour here where you can eat lunch and relax in the environment. Recommended if you are driving around the mountains.
In the middle of Ko Samui Island deep within its jungles resides the Secret Buddha Garden. The garden was the inspiration and creation of a local island fruit farmer named Nim Thongsuk who started building the garden in 1977 at the age of 77 until his passing at 91 years of age. The lush jungle garden is filled with statues bearing numerous images based on Buddhist folklore; also including one of himself. The mysterious feel and mystical nature of the statues compels you to wander and curiously explore the garden.The best way to see the garden is through a tour as the road leading up to the garden is steep and rugged requiring a 4x4 vehicle.
A magical place!
Really quite place with waterfall. Not many people come here says lots about the history.