Bophut Plaza is a popular series of boutiques and shops that can be found along the main Bophut Street. It offers travellers a wealth of shopping options ranging from tailor shops to ceramics to jewellery items to souvenirs for tourists, allowing them to take home with them a few mementos of their visit. The Piti’s Art Shop is a popular spot in the plaza that features a collection of original artwork by K. Piti. The textiles shop is another popular spot amongst tourists for its colourful wall hangings, sarongs and embroidered cotton. Haggling is fairly common and will get some excellent bargains at times! A visit to the Bophut Plaza is recommended for travellers and shoppers travelling in Bophut.
Times may vary. Visits between 10:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. are recommended
Around 1 – 2 hours
Adults, Families, Young Adults, Senior Guests, Children
The textiles shop and the souvenir shops
Muslim travellers who require prayer facilities at Bophut Plaza may visit the Masjid Nurulihsan - which is the only mosque in Ko Samui and the closest mosque to Bophut. It is located about 15-20 minutes away from Bophut and can be visited during prayer times. It is also possible for Muslim travellers to enquire for a private area at the Bophut Plaza to use during prayers.
Muslim travellers will be able to find Halal food near Bophut Plaza at some of the many Halal restaurants in Bophut. The Kohinoor Indian Restaurant is a popular Halal Indian restaurant in Bophut and offers Muslim travellers a range of enticing Indian Halal cuisine. More Halal options will also be available at the village area near Chaweng Beach. Muslim travellers may also opt for seafood or some of the vegetarian dishes at the local restaurants, but it is recommended that you enquire about how food is prepared prior to dining.