Samui Elephant Sanctuary
Ethical elephant sanctuary for rescued elephants who have worked exhausting hours in the logging and tourism industries. Feed the elephants, walk with them, and observe our gentle giants as they roam, socialise, bathe, play in the mud, and enjoy a peaceful life that they so deserve.
A special place to visit where elephants properly cared for. Visit the website for more information and make a memorable day trip there
No riding, walk with these magnificent giants and enjoy seeing them live the rest of their life without abuse.
Don't support the elephant camp riding tourism. instead see these gentle giants in their natural habitat.
ELEPHANT SANCTUARY It is again under the impulse of the Save Elephant Foundation (the foundation of Lek Chailert, creator of the Elephant Nature Park of Chiang Mai) that this project was born. More than a year ago, they invited an owner of a Koh Samui elephant camp to discover Elephant Nature Park…
“Avec son brunch du dimanche, vous passerez un agréable moment au bord de la piscine de l'hotel Centara ou sur la plage de Chaweng. Le bu!et est très beau et les mets de qualité. Un très bon rapport qualité-prix. Pensez à réserver.”
“Coco Tam's is a fun and extremely popular beach bar located just outside of The Wharf Samui. With beanbags on the beach, swing seats at the bar, cabanas, shisha and even a large projector screen, it is the ideal tropical relaxation spot and one of the top nightlife attractions in Fisherman's Village.”
“Koh Samui’s Mummified Monk at Wat Khunaram is an unusual sight yet it offers a unique insight into Buddhist and Thai culture. The monk Luong Pordaeng died in 1973 in a seated meditative position, and ever since his body has been on display in an upright glass case at the temple. ”