Ko Samui’s fascinating culture and unique architecture captivates many visitors from all over the world. Some of the most famous landmarks on this island include a number of wats and temples.
Khao Hua Jook Chedi is a beautiful temple (also known as a Stupa) and is located close to Chaweng Lake. Sitting atop a hilly terrain, this awe-inspiring temple overlooks the gorgeous coastline and verdant valleys of Koh Samui.
Khao Hua Jook Chedi Temple, Koh Samui
Visitors coming here will certainly enjoy the panoramic views. Whether you visit a wat or a Stupa, you will see some intriguing artwork and beautiful sculpture in Koh Samui.
The area is not connected by any public transport systems. Therefore, visitors need to arrange their own private transport in order to reach this area. If you are driving, you will have to take the road towards the Q Bar and proceed towards the car park. From here, you can easily reach the stairs leading to the summit.
When you reach Khao Hua Jook Chedi, you will see many sculptures and golden idols of Lord Buddha.
As the Chedi is located on a small hill, visitors will have to hike up the hill after parking their car and take the steps to the Chedi. From the top, there is a splendid view of the surrounding area where you can see the coastline and the lake.
This gold Pagoda on the top of holy Chom Daow Mountain offers some of the best and breathtaking 360 degree views on Koh Samui.