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Built in 1972, the Big Buddha (Wat Phra Yai) is a 12-metre tall ornate golden statue. A major landmark and place of sacred worship, many locals visit the Big Buddha to make offerings and pray. The temple complex houses other statues and buildings making it ideal for a half-day visit. If you venture beyond the temple, you’ll come to a shoreline called Big Buddha beach with stunning oceans views.
Charming and quaint, the Fisherman’s Village on Bophut beach is a great place to spend an evening. Built by Chinese immigrants in the late 19th century, you’ll see some of the original historical wooden homes. Now home to trendy cafes, restaurants and shops along the beach, this is a popular dining and entertainment spot. There is also a walking street on which you can enjoy a traffic-free stroll and enjoy sea views.
A popular picnic spot set within the hills of the inner island, Hin Lad Waterfall is a natural beauty offering both adventure and relaxation. There is a pleasant 3 – 4 kilometre hiking trail up the waterfall with many scenic freshwater pools along the way. Don’t miss out on the Hin Lad Waterfall Temple – a peaceful forest monastery located before the trail begins. Wear comfortable shoes, bring a bottle of water and your camera.