One of the most beautiful and scenic islands of Thailand is Ko Samui. Located in close proximity to the mainland province of Surat Thani, this tropical island is visited annually by over 1.5 million tourists from all over the world. Known for its stunningly beautiful beaches, amazing coastal features, thriving hospitality and tourist industries, and many leisure and recreational attractions, this island is truly an enchanting tropical paradise. For a stay in a luxury hotel Koh Samui boasts, make a reservation at the Anantara Lawana Koh Samui Resort.
Although Koh Samui is known primarily for its coastal features, there are many other features of the island that prove that the island’s beauty is not limited to its coast. The best example of this is the stunning Na Muang Waterfall. Located in the central region of the island, roughly 12km from Na Thon, the Na Muang Waterfall is one of the most beautiful natural attractions at Koh Samui, and holds the title of being the tallest waterfall in Koh Samui. The cool waters, the marvelous cascades of clear water, and the luscious scenery of the surrounding area make the Na Muang Waterfall a natural attraction that you must visit.
Although categorized as a waterfall, the Na Muang Waterfall consists of two cascades; Na Muang 1 and Na Muang 2. Na Muang 1 is a 30m tall cascade which falls into a beautiful natural pool of cool and clear water, which is perfect for bathing in. During the rainy season, when a larger column of water cascades down, it cascades along a rock surface with a mild purple hue, making the water also look purple. This sight is truly one of the most amazing sights Koh Samui has to offer. Na Muang 2, located a few minutes on foot away from Na Muang 1, is much smaller than Na Muang 1 but is equally inviting as the surrounding area coupled with the beauty of the cascade making it one of the most tranquil locations in Koh Samui.
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