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The resort is perfectly located at Lipanoi Beach the most beautiful beach and best sunset spot in Koh Samui


CONTACT US
75/4 Moo3, T.Lipa Noi, Koh Samui Suratthani 84140 Thailand
Tel. +6677485617 or +66952588192
Email: info@lopalodgeresort.com, lipa_beach@hotmail.com


Latitude: 9.501948 Longitude: 99.93493

Nearby Attractions

Samui Snake Farm

The Snake Farm is a thrilling spectacle where visitors get a rare and up-close look at many of Thailand's most fearsome reptiles. Definitely not for the faint-hearted, the Samui Snake Farm features daily shows where brave snake wranglers coax the creatures into displaying their amazing fighting moves. A variety of snakes are used in the show, with king cobras and giant pythons being the star attractions.

   7.2 (km)    by Car

Elephant Trekking in Samui

Try elephant trekking Koh Samui style for the holiday experience of a lifetime. The old adage goes that elephants never forget, but here at Samuipedia we believe that goes both ways. Why not take a trip with one of these majestic animals for a memory that is guaranteed to stay with you forever?

   10.6 (km)    by Car

Na Muang 1 Waterfall

Na Muang Waterfalls, a majestic set of two cascades on Koh Samui, show that the island’s beauty is not limited to its beaches. Found inland about 12 kilometres south-east of Nathon Bay, the Na Muang falls are reached by taking a walking path from the entrance to the park.

   12.4 (km)    by Car

Hin Ta-Hin Yai

Hin Ta and Hin Yai, some fascinating rock formations on Koh Samui’s south coast, have been a source of mirth and wonder on the island since they were discovered by the locals many years ago. Art often imitates Nature, but less common is Nature imitating Art, especially the Art of the Ribald.

   15 (km)    by Car

Samui Aquarium And Zoo

In Samui Aquarium you will explore diversity kinds of fish and undersea creatures from the Gulf of Thailand, especially Koh Samui. Our Aquarium, Tiger Empire, Bird Shows, Sea Lion Shows and others have been set up by a Samui Business man in love with Nature and Animals.

   15.4 (km)    by Car

Mae Nam Beach

Perhaps it's the excellent views of Koh Phangan that have kept Maenam as Samui's last predominantly backpacker beach. Or maybe it's the fact that many of its resorts are located at the end of long rambling pathways, affording a degree of privacy unavailable elsewhere.

   18 (km)    by Car

Fisherman Village

Fisherman’s Village Samui is a historical part of Bophut, with rustic-style buildings housing boutique stores, trendy restaurants and a small selection of hotels lining the narrow Beach Road. Every Friday, the whole area becomes the site of the Fisherman’s Village Walking Street market, attracting huge numbers of shoppers from across the island for the amazing variety of wares and the lively atmosphere.

   22.5 (km)    by Car

Paradise Park Farm

Visit Paradise Park Farm while staying in Koh Samui and sample one of Thailand’s little corners of heaven. Situated on 20 acres of land in the verdant tropical forest on top of Koh Samui’s highest mountain, Khao Pom, Paradise Park Farm couples all the excitement of an animal park with the lush surroundings of a relaxing retreat.

   26.30 (km)    by Car

Heaven's Garden or Secret Garden

The Secret Garden is a beautiful landscaped garden featuring flowers and trees native to Koh Samui and Thailand and many Buddha statues with different meanings arranged in scenarios representing different ideals, which your tour guide will explain to you. Winding through the garden is is a little stream and a series of miniature waterfalls.

   27.3 (km)    by Car

Chaweng Beach

Koh Samui's busiest and biggest town has sprung up around one of the island's best beaches. As well as offering more accommodation options than elsewhere on the island, Chaweng is also nightlife central with bars and restaurants catering to every taste.

   28.1 (km)    by Car

Big Buddha

Big Buddha temple sits majestically on a small rocky island off Koh Samui’s north-eastern corner. Known locally as Wat Phra Yai, its golden, 12-metre seated Buddha statue was built in 1972 and remains one of the island’s most popular attractions. Set on Koh Faan, Big Buddha temple is reached by a causeway that connects it to the main island.

   29.5 (km)    by Car