Visit Samui island in a different way, and get to know the history, culture, tradition, and way of life of the Samui people in the local area. Start with sightseeing the ancient house at Samui, which was built around 150 years ago, travel around rustic villages, local temples alongside the beach, coconut carving as a famous souvenir in Samui, and Chef’s Table in the local garden. These programs will influence everyone to learn about local life with local people and help them through tourism.

Itineraries Place to visit
- Start to pick up around the island depending on the location time and drive to Ban Bo Ran Ban Bo Ran
(Ancient House)
- Receive an introduction about the program with a welcome drink from local flowers and visit the ancient house with architecture between Thai and Chinese. Lastly, walk around the garden to get to know the Thai herb plantation, participate, and learn how to make traditional Thai desserts together. Ban Bo Ran
(Ancient House)
- Start sightseeing from the ancient house to the Lamsor pagoda through rustic villages, beaches, and coconut plantations to see the real life of local people in Samui. rustic village
- Visit Lamsor Pagoda to learn about the culture between Thai people and the temple and take a picture before we leave. Lamesor Pagoda
- Visit Handicraft OTOP, one of the well-known souvenir products from this island made from coconut trees and coconut shells to observe the process from the beginning until the end to become a product and take a look for a few minutes to see the souvenir together. Handicraft OTOP
- Having authentic vegetarian Thai food with the most beautiful panoramic view over the five islands around Samui including Tan Island and Mutsum Island.
Giant summit restaurant
- Visit the Samui Elephant Home nursery zone to get information about the newly rescued elephants and participate in making supplement food for feeding elephants together. Samui Elephant Home nursery
- Saying goodbye and transferring back to the hotel.

Price: Adult 2,390 baht per person and children (5-11 years) 1,500 baht per person