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This beach-front chedi may be the most beautiful place on the island.
Laem Sor Road, Thailand
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Reviewed September 5, 2018

A pagoda by the beach is not something you see often. Nice to visit once. We saw locals offer prayers here.

Thank worldiscoverer
Reviewed June 18, 2018 via mobile

The pagoda at Lawn Sor is very pretty and certainly worth seeing. However, be aware that there's no tourist information or infrastructure there. No market, no bar or cafe. Just a pagoda on a beach. It's great to photograph and to contemplate, but don't expect...More

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Reviewed June 16, 2018 via mobile

Really did expect a bit more, however we did enjoy finding pretty shells on the beach!!!.... does that say it all.... Quite sad actually because the beach itself is spoilt by the abundance of flip flops and rubbish Smells of stagnant water too so mosquito...More

Thank Simonsangel
Reviewed June 4, 2018

Worth a visit if you appreciate religious sites and the uniqueness of a golden temple. We did a private driving tour of the South West of Koh Samui, a very peaceful place.

Thank Marina C
Reviewed November 26, 2017

It's not worth a special trip, but if in the SW area of Samui, seek it out, it is right on the coast... other things in the area to see too, it could be part of a self guided round the island day tour!

Thank C9216MHjimp
Reviewed July 27, 2017

A nice place to visit, but please remember to wear respectable clothing as this is a religious site.

Thank Miss Moffat A
Reviewed June 29, 2017

Lovely peaceful for a reflective few moments. We loved this end of the island - so much quieter and more authentic. Good parking. I think there was a coffee shop but not sure. Lots of dogs around swimming in the sea behind. Lovely.

Thank Hannahwithah
Reviewed January 29, 2017

To see this place is great experience. Very nice pagodas with great scolpures is realy worthed to see.

Thank Iztok M
Reviewed November 28, 2016

Amazing Gold-platted building close to the beach and few steps from the Laem For village. The place is very quiet, with nice relaxing atmosphere.

Thank Miloslav Z
Reviewed July 26, 2016

This beautiful area marks the end of the Island. The headland is the most southerly point on the Island and the Buddhist Monks have the Pagoda Temple. Pagoda is the triangle shaped temple you see all over this region. This was build in 1907, 1967...More

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