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There's so much to see on Ko Sichang that we're still discovering new attractions after twenty years of visits and five years of living here.

There's hardly a corner of the island where you won't find something worth looking at. Below we list the most popular targets, plus a couple that are often overlooked, but shouldn't be. Samlors will take you to most of these on the standard tour of the island. Make sure to allow plenty of time--just tell the driver how long you want to wait, and it's her/his call whether to wait, or go off and come back...

Rama V Palace
Chinese Temple
Wat Tham Yai Prik meditation center
Yellow Buddha
Old Town
Buddha's Footprint
Dracula's Castle

Samlor ride

Unless you are a dedicated enemy of the romantic and picturesque--or have the bad luck to come on a very cloudy day--you should look for a chance to watch a Ko Sichang sunset. Most of the year you can do this from a deck chair at Tham Phang Beach, but more atmospheric viewing is to be had from the Tham Phang point, Khaao Khaad point, or--our favorite--the cliffside terrace at Sripitsanu Bungalows, where a cold beer helps the sun slip down as smooth as silk.