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Maenam is a subdistrict located north of Koh Samui, comprising 6 villages: Ban Mae Nam, Ban Khao Phaeng, Ban Thung, Ban Don Sai, Ban Tai, and Ban Bang Por. The turns of the coastline are the perfect location to enjoy the most beautiful scenery of nature. Like other spots on the island, the Maenam area is occupied by numerous residential projects, from affordable resorts to luxury 5-star hotels, in the most secluded and laid-back atmosphere on the island. Furthermore, it is home to tourist attractions, including Maenam Beach, Bang Por Beach, Tan Rua Waterfall, Samui Elephant Jungle Sanctuary Camp, Maenam Walking Street, Santiburi Samui Country Club, Lomprayah Pier, etc.
Maenam is widely known for its natural and ecotourism suits due to the abundant nature in the area. There are several distinctive tourist attractions as follow;
- Maenam Beach: A beautiful beach, stretching for more than 5 kilometers, features the ultimate peaceful atmosphere suitable for relaxing while appreciating the beauty of crystal clear water under the ultimate tranquil atmosphere. Apart from its beauty, the beach is the location of the pier to pick-up tourists to Ko Pha-Ngan. Moreover, the beach is lined with numerous shops, hotels, and resorts, accommodating the visitors.
- Bang Por Beach: It is a 4-kilometer beach, located in the north of Koh Samui. This beach is full of coconut trees and pine trees. Unlike the other beaches, there is no entertainment venue. Due to the tranquil and peaceful atmosphere, it is the perfect place for relaxing.
- Tan Rua Waterfall: This beautiful waterfall is a hidden gem that only few tourists know. The atmosphere is peaceful and surrounded by abundant nature of cliffs and tall trees. Furthermore, it will be especially beautiful during the rainy season.
- Samui Elephant Jungle Sanctuary Camp It is an ethical and sustainable eco-tourism elephant sanctuary, with various activities available for the visitors, including elephant feeding, bathing and many others. It is also the learning center allowing the visitors to know all about elephants.