Shopping at Big Buddha Beach
Koh Samui Shopping | Enjoy yourself shopping in Big Buddha Beach
Accommodation is not a problem when in Big Buddha Beach as there is a wonderful selection of cheap to mid price bungalow options for you to choose from here. Most of these operations have seafood restaurants attached to it. Big Buddha Beach is also famous for being the home to Samui island's most opulent and independent spa, Ban Sabai.
Big Buddha Beach has lots of shopping to offer you
The main road of the Big Buddha Beach has improved over the months with many shopping opportunities. The road now has many dive shops, numerous nightlife options and numerous supermarkets.
There are many tour groups and families that visit Big Buddha Beach because it is a short distance from bars and clubs of Chaweng and the famous restaurants of Fisherman's Village. There are many arty shops for shopping found on the main road of Big Buddha Beach which include the Farn Shop that specializes in hand wrought silver jewelry.
Have a go at fortune telling while at Big Buddha Beach
In addition to all this shopping, you can also try out your fortune telling luck with the many fortune tellers found here. Shopping here includes relics and other souvenirs like Sai Sin are available in Big Buddha Beach. One of the most famous souvenirs or mementos of Big Buddha Beach can be made by buying a gold leaf where you ornate one of the many minor Buddha images found at the lower end of the temple.
Be ready for weird sights while shopping on Big Buddha Beach
A visit to the Farn Shop of Big Buddha Beach offers you shopping for some clothes, silver items and other jewelry to choose from to take back home. These Thai owners also offer you tea and coffee when in their shops while shopping. It is served in their small café found at the back of the store. You will find wonderful, but weird sights while shopping at Koh Farn of Big Buddha Beach where you find ancient looking, but new Hindu and Buddhist statues depicting their individual mythologies.
Last Updated: 05 Mar 2008