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A small and more secluded beach is located 10 kilometers South of Hua Hin, featuring a large Buddha image facing out to sea as its landmark. Choices of bungalows are available.
This island contains white beaches and beautiful coral reefs. Diving and snorkeling can be done around Koh Bulon Le’s neighbors such as Koh Ayam and Koh Hin Khao, where one can get a great view of the sunset. At ni...
A small island located off Phuket’s southern coast is well known for its long, straight white sandy beach set in a secluded tropical ambience---ideal for swimming. Koh Bon is accessible by chartering a boat from Ra...
Koh Chang is a large island covering an area of approximately 18 sq. km. located 20 km. from downtown Ranong and 4 km. from Koh Phayam. The island is inhabited by some 80 households whose main occupations are cashew nut&...
Located above the main KohChang, Koh Chang Noi and Laem Chang Noi are another option for those who want to snorkel for more amazing untouched coral reef.
The Koh Chang Yutthanawi Memorial, at Laem Ngop, commemorates the Franco-Thai naval engagement on January 17, 1941. Other attractions at the memorial include the Statue of Prince Chumphon, father of the Thai navy, and a ...
Although “Chorakhe” means “crocodile” in Thai, visitors to this charming, respite some 11 kilometers offshore from Ao Thung Wua Laen, need not worry as the island gets its namesake from its ...
Small islands between Koh Muk and Koh Kradan, the islands are blessed with amazingly colorful shallow and deepwater corals that are the habitat of many types of fish. Visitors can take boats from Pak Meng Pier to the isl...
Ha archipelago is made up of other five small islands, one of them, Ha Yai Island is a home to delightful shallow water coral reefs.