Big Buddha Beach activities
Koh Samui Activities | Activities available in Big Buddha Beach
There never is a dull moment when on Big Buddha Beach. This is because there are various activities you can partake in during the day and night during the stay here. The people looking for some energetic activities when in Big Buddha Beach can try out water skiing, scuba diving and snorkeling while on the beach.
There are numerous dive shops found on the main road of Big Buddha Beach that organizes day trips for you. If you are not interested in all these activities, you can opt for swimming in the calm and quiet waters off the beaches. However when compared to Chaweng beach, the Big Buddha Beach is not as nice as Chaweng beach, and does not have the crystal clear water Chaweng beach is proud of.
Big Buddha Beach too offers you relaxing massages
Like in all parts of Samui, you can easily and always get a good value, and relaxing massage on Big Buddha Beach. These massages in Big Buddha Beach are reasonably priced; but if you have the money, and are willing to spend it, then you could try out something more indulgent like the five star spa, Ban Sabai.
In addition to all these energetic activities, Big Buddha Beach offers its own nightlife activities in the form of good bars where drinks and food is found at reasonable rates If interested, you could visit the Secret Garden Bungalow from 5 pm every Sunday for a good barbeque, live musical performance and cheap drinks.
Head to the full moon party from Big Buddha Beach
Many people also head to Big Buddha Beach as it is the most convenient place to take a boat to Had Rin of Koh Phangan for a full moon party. This is why accommodation is full at this time; so if you intend to visit the Big Buddha Beach to attend a full moon party, make sure you avoid the crowded Haad Rin area so that you reach on the party night.
So if you want to have a perfect vacation when in Samui Island, the Big Buddha Beach is the best place to go for various activities, relaxation and a good nightlife that is not at your door step.
Last Updated: 05 Mar 2008