东张西望望东西It’s very close to the hotel where we stayed. The Indian Ocean tsunami that year was, for many people, a day like the end of the world. Here we can cherish the memory of these unfortunate dead and understand the situation of the year.
超级cttThis is a strange experience. Someone told me that this is a fisherman village. We arrived at the port on the ship and saw business. Restaurants suitable for tourists and a very huge market on the street. It is an open village, you can see schools, mosques, strolling in hidden streets, and you can see poverty and filth everywhere. I think that the village has evolved over the years, from a tourist to the present, maybe I am wrong. There is only one ATM, but it is indeed the fastest I have seen in Thailand.
pxy0705Thacha Island is a very interesting island in the Similan Islands. This island has long sandy beaches and beautiful reefs. The scenery is very beautiful, especially at dusk. It is definitely a good place to take pictures. Don't miss it when you are on island hopping.
Address - Beach in Phru Nai, Thailand (Via Speedboat)
Highlights - Relax, swim, and snorkel while looking at the crystal clear seas.
Rating - 5/5
This is one of the islands that you will visit if you are on an island half-day or full-day tour!
This island is usually the first stop as it is the nearest to Phuket.
Some activities that you can do here can be swimming, snorkelling, jet ski (need to pay) or even just sit down or lie down on the beach for sunbathing and relaxation.
When you sign up for tour, usually they will prepared the diving mask, just note that it is commonly used by others as well. If you are worried, you can bring your own equipment!
I think don’t worry if you are looking for a drink in the islands, as there are bars available for you to get food and drinks!
James Bond Island is a famous landmark in Phang Nga Bay. It first found its way onto the international tourist map through its starring role in the James Bond movie, The Man with the Golden Gun. A distinctive trait of this famous. bay is the number of sheer limestone cliffs that vertically jut out of the emerald-green water.
The bizarre why-doesn't-it-fall-over - outline of
James Bond Island or Koh Tapu ('nail island' in Thai), lies next to the equally popular Koh Ping Ghan (sometime spelt as Ping Gan or Ping Gun). boats during high season.
James Bond Island is a popular destination for sailing and kayaking. Most organised tours stop at other popular islands in the Andaman Sea, including a seafood lunch at the charming Koh Panyee - a Muslim fishing village built on stilts. While tour companies usually hand out plastic bags to protect your camera, it's best to bring along a snap-shut and waterproof bag.
If you want to have more freedom, you can rent a long-tail boat from Surakul Pier in Phang Nga for around 2,000 baht (3 to 4 hours). It can accommodate up to 10 people, making it convenient and cost-effective for groups.
Koh Ping Ghan is a very high leaning rock with several small caves inside. It's pretty amazing and fun to check them all out. On its crowded eastern beach, there are stalls and stands selling souvenirs mostly made from shells and wood.
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Joey D Boy
Luxury accommodation. Excellent service from all members of staff. The views are absolutely spectacular, and the property itself is gorgeous, the villas are really nice too and the food was great! and the GEM service is a nice thing too, makes your stay more relaxed. We had a nice overall trip.
Getting There - Khao Lak Thailand
Attractions - Beach
Hotels - Khao Lak Beach
Food & Restaurants - My Friend You Thailand
Shopping - Souvenirs
Similan Islands 💕😊🏖🌊
We arrived at Sailing rock which is the landmark of "Similan sea" at island 8 (Similand island) to relax and swim at beautiful Donald Duck bay (Ao Kuak). The sand of the Similan islands is named as the whitest sand in Thailand.
We had a wonderful time in island 4 (Koh Miang), and islands 5 & 6. We snorkled and appreciated the beauty of the underwater world, viewing fishes and corals with different forms and sizes.
Khai Islands welcome limestone rock formations that rise above the turquoise sea of Andaman Sea – an absolute paradise destination to enjoy the scenery and practice water sports. The trio of the Khai Islands delivers silky white beaches surrounded by abundant, shallow reefs. Khai Islands is a popular stop on the way to the Koh Phi Phi islands.Unless there are too many boats around during the late afternoon, the water quality is excellent, allowing snorkeling from the beach with amazing tropical fish, which makes the Khai Islands ideal for non-swimmers and families with young children. Khai Islands can get crowded quickly, as it is a typical itinerary when cruising Phang Nga Bay from Phuket and Koh Yao Yai.Khai Nai is the most beautiful for snorkeling.The Khai Islands tour is a popular choice as it only takes 20 minutes by boat from Phuket.
The Similan Islands are found in the Andaman Sea off the west coast of Thailand, namely in Lam Kaen, Thai Mueang District, Phang-nga. Eleven islands make up the Similan archipelago. The Mu Koh Similan National Park, which spans 140 square kilometers, contains all of the islands.
The islands are ideal for those who enjoy diving and exploring lonely and barren locations teeming with wildlife. Koh Similan, the largest island, is perhaps the finest site to begin your journey. All of the Similan Islands are encircled by crystal clear shallow waters teeming with fascinating rock formations and beautiful coral reefs. In Thailand and the surrounding, the marine life around the islands is unrivaled.