9 Things to Do in Mae Nam That You Shouldn't Miss

September 3, 2017 Elouise Mccaul

Discover the best top things to do in Mae Nam, Thailand including Samui Disc Golf, Thai Cooking Class Samui, Maenam Beach, Chinese Temple, Fisherman’s Village, Bamboo Park, Wat Plai Laem, Mae Nam Morning Market, Samui Sheep Farm & Salad Bar.
Restaurants in Mae Nam

1. Samui Disc Golf

62/5 Moo 3, Mae Nam, Ko Samui 84330, Thailand +66 98 670 3315
Excellent
83%
Good
15%
Satisfactory
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5 based on 102 reviews

Samui Disc Golf

Frisbee Golf is fun for all ages. 9 Holes laid out with chain baskets. There is a lot of shade provided by the many fruit trees.

Reviewed By RileyKennethHayes - Ko Samui, Thailand

This is a short, but very technical 9 hole course in the Mae Nam area of Koh Samui. You won't need much for distance drivers, but you will need to hit your line and shape your shot. The lines are very tight. The course doesn't favor one throwing style; will will need both backhands and forehands, and straight shots, big hyzers, and s-curves. The clubhouse is great with a variety of food and drink options, as well as discs for purchase or rental. Nigel runs a catering business so if you want to have a big group come for a party they can arrange that as well. Great group of people that show up for the weekly rounds. There also is some extra acreage where they set up some additional holes for tournaments.

2. Thai Cooking Class Samui

34/43 Moo 5 Tongsai road | Choen Mon, Bophut, Samui, Choeng Mon, Bophut, Ko Samui 84320, Thailand +66 81 537 4507
Excellent
93%
Good
6%
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5 based on 114 reviews

Thai Cooking Class Samui

Thai Cooking Class Samui that is operated by the local people. At our house, we have the herb garden and you can pick for the ingredient and you will learn how to prepare and cook many favorite Thai dishes from our recipes such as Khang Keaw Wan Gai (Green Curry Chicken in Coconut Milk), Pad Thai (Stir fried soft rice noodles with prawns ) and Tom Yum Goong (Clear hot, spicy and sour soup.

Reviewed By JoHallRipplesideVic - Australia

We have just returned to our resort after having a cooking class with Jul - what a truly fantastic experience. Open air cooking in a traditional Thai kitchen, with one-on-one teaching. We learnt about the herbs and their different uses, about the Thai cooking methods, how to use chili in different dishes, and walked amongst the herb garden. My partner and I cooked 6 different dishes between us, ate lots there, and brought home enough for another meal. Can highly recommend this class. Jul and her assistant helped us throughout and explained as we went, seeking feedback on all dishes. I think we'll be going back to learn more dishes before we fly home!

3. Mae Nam Beach

Mae Nam, Ko Samui 84330, Thailand
Excellent
53%
Good
34%
Satisfactory
10%
Poor
2%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 1 reviews

Mae Nam Beach

Reviewed By Bartosz N - Poznan, Poland

Quiet, very long and sandy beach, water isn't too deep. View for nearby Ko Phangan Island. Everyone can find a place for themselves, even in high season. Good place to rest and relax.

4. Chinese Temple

Road 4169, Mae Nam, Ko Samui, Thailand
Excellent
33%
Good
46%
Satisfactory
18%
Poor
3%
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4 based on 133 reviews

Chinese Temple

Reviewed By lisaDurban - durban

this tiny temple is well worth a visit! hidden down a small road it could be easy to miss! artworks and stone inlays are amazing!! lovely detail to spend time taking photos! an easy walk back to Bophut from there!

5. Fisherman’s Village

Opp Stare Fish Coffee, Bophut, Ko Samui 84320, Thailand +66 81 719 2456
Excellent
46%
Good
38%
Satisfactory
12%
Poor
3%
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4 based on 6 reviews

Fisherman’s Village

Reviewed By saswcpr - Saint Julian's, Malta

A popular tourist attraction this area has a Friday evening market we are told. Said to be fun. Lots of the hospitality spots have balconies overlooking the sea. Great. Eclectic international cuisines available, including Thai. A nice late afternoon or early evening spot for a stroll and refreshment. On the north coast of Koh Samui.

6. Bamboo Park

19/15, Moo 1, Thawirat Phakdi Road, Mae Nam, Ko Samui 84330, Thailand +66 93 710 9877
Excellent
73%
Good
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Satisfactory
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4.5 based on 18 reviews

Bamboo Park

Welcome to BAMBOO PARK Koh Samui! The best place for delicious drinks and meals combined with great entertainment! Bamboo Park is located in the area of Mae Nam in the north of the beautiful island Koh Samui directly at the Ring Road. We offer our guests a wide range of culinary outlets, activities, events and live-entertainment embedded in a lush tropical atmosphere. BAMBOO PARK is a unique concept of a multi-cultural meeting point: No matter where you choose to sit – order your favorite food or drinks from any outlet all over the area! There’s only one big menu – it’s that simple.

Reviewed By Graham W - Bophut, Thailand

Simply amazing authentic German food prepared by a chef who has a passion for what he does.
Ludwig the owner is a lovable gentleman of German origin and he loves what he does and it shows.
EVERYTHING is made in house by Ludwig; hams, pates, bread even the butter and the schnapps are his own work.
Great plates full of rich, intense food, belly pork, pork knuckle, beef roll, it just goes on and on...accompanied by his (again) homemade spetzle ( I've probably spelt that wrong), simply wonderful homey food served to you by your Papa.
For great honest food it doesn't get any better than this.
And don't forget the schnapps!

7. Wat Plai Laem

Near Ban Plai Laem School, Road 4171, Ko Samui, Thailand
Excellent
57%
Good
35%
Satisfactory
6%
Poor
1%
Terrible
1%
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4.5 based on 1 reviews

Wat Plai Laem

Reviewed By David P - Batemans Bay, Australia

This was the first stop on our "Eco Tour"
Wat Plai Laem is a Buddhist temple compound on Samui's north-east coast featuring ,a striking white 18-arm image of Guanyin, the Goddess of Mercy and Compassion and the Huge Happy Buddha . Wat Plai Laem offers visitors a view into Chinese-Thai beliefs as well as some elaborate Buddhist-themed art and architecture. It is a living and active temple, where devotees come daily to pay homage to Guanyin and the Buddha, who is also depicted in a number of statues and murals around the temple. This is a relatively new temple but the art techniques used in its creation are centuries-old and based on ancient beliefs. Adding to its feel of tranquillity, the temple is surrounded by a lake, which is teeming with fish. Visitors who make a donation to the temple are given a bag of food to feed the fish.

8. Mae Nam Morning Market

Mae Nam, Ko Samui 84320, Thailand
Excellent
46%
Good
54%
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4.5 based on 15 reviews

Mae Nam Morning Market

Reviewed By Irina R - Moscow, Russia

Very colorful place! Highly recommended for the lovers to make pictures. Can’t say it’s cheap if compare with for example Bangkok prices. However lots of fruits, seafood etc. Working hours as it states on the sign near the market - 4 am to 10 am

9. Samui Sheep Farm & Salad Bar

Soi 4, Mae Nam, Ko Samui 84330, Thailand +66 89 866 2866
Excellent
53%
Good
20%
Satisfactory
10%
Poor
5%
Terrible
12%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 40 reviews

Samui Sheep Farm & Salad Bar

We are the new tourist attractive place in Samui, suit for family and children to have activities outdoor. At the farm also have hydroponics farm to serve you our fresh salad and herb. Feeding sheep and playground.

Reviewed By Robin L - Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada

i go get tomatoes and fixins for a salad so amazing delicious,and did I mention the great cup of coffee you can have well waiting. the sheep are awesome for little ones and parents very serene and relaxing you should check it out if you are on samui

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