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Mu Ko Ang Thong is a marine national park in the Gulf of Thailand, on the shores of the Surat Thani Province. It covers 42 islands in a total area of 102 km², of which only 18 km² are land. The park was established on 12 November 1980. The northern tip of Ko Phaluai is also part of the marine park. There are Ranger Stations, Bungalows, Shop and a Restaurant at Ao Phibeach on Ko Wua Talap.
The name "Ang Thong" (Thai: อ่างทอง) means "bowl of gold". "Mu Ko" (หมู่เกาะ) simply means "group of islands".
Since 2002 the park has been registered as Ramsar site number 1184.
- BIG BUDDAH - Wat Phra Yai, known in English as the Big Buddha Temple, is a Buddhist temple on Ko Phan (also spelled Koh Fan or Koh Faan), a small island offshore from the northeastern area of Ko Samui, Thailand, connected to that island by a short causeway 3 km north ofSamui International Airport. As its name indicates, it is home to a giant, 12 metre high gold-painted Buddha statue. Since being built in 1972, it has become one of Ko Samui's main tourist attractions and a major landmark.
- WAT PLAI LEAM - is a Buddhist temple on the island of Ko Samui, Thailand. Like the nearby Wat Phra Yai, or Big Buddha Temple, it is a modern temple created in recent times. Its main statue is not of Gautama Buddha but of Guanyin, the "goddess" of compassion and mercy. The statue is in Chinese style, with 18 arms, and though open-air located within an elaborate ubusot is on a platform-pavilion surrounded by the temple lake. The temple's design, though modern, incorporates elements of Chinese and Thai traditions and was in part designed by distinguished Thai artist Jarit Phumdonming. In addition to the main Guanyin statue, there is also a white laughing Buddha statue
Private boat around samui
Private boat around koh phangan