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Me and a friend had rented bikes to see a bit more of the island. Very peaceful and beautiful temples, the highlight however was feeding the fish in the lake. For only 10 baht you get fish food and can feed the fish.
Visited the temple, and if we compare with Big Buddha, this will be more than worth the visit, Statues & Temples are amazing & so big. Wat Plai Leam is part of most Island tours on Koh Samui. is very easy to locate Wat Plai...More
This was about a 45 minute walk from our hotel and I really wanted to see it. I didn't realise that it is a 5 minute walk from the big buddha and should.have done them on the same day.
This for.us was the best temple...More
We liked very much the place with the impressive colorful palaces and big statues.
My wife and I visited the place as part of the day tour we took but since it was a short visit we decided to get there again.
It is all...More
If you have yet to visit a Wat (temple), I would highly recommend taking a trip out to Wat Plai Laem. Perherbs one of the most colourful places in Ko Samui, Wat Plai Laem is both an immersive place for religious admiration and for prayer....More
We had a nice time here visiting the various temples, the architecture is amazing and it was good to see. We went with our 9 and 11 year olds who also enjoyed feeding the fish. We walked from big Buddha but had no problems finding...More
It's always best to dress modestly according to Thai expectations when visiting a temple. Females can pack a sarong to put over shorts. Some temples have items available to purchase or borrow. It's considered rude in... More
It's always best to dress modestly according to Thai expectations when visiting a temple. Females can pack a sarong to put over shorts. Some temples have items available to purchase or borrow. It's considered rude in Thailand to have bare arms even outside the temples. I wouldn't wear any tops that don't at least have a cap sleeve or short sleeve. Thai people are so kind they may not say anything to you, but if you are showing your shoulders, belly, or lots of leg (outside of the beach area) it truly is offensive.