Last updated: 2021-01-17  |  374 Views  | 



It’s no secret that Thailand hosts some breathtaking natural sights, both inland and at sea. The great range of geological formations around the country offers you an astonishing number of places to visit during your holiday in the Land of Smiles.

Phang nga bay

Phang Nga Bay Marine National Park covers an area of about 400 sq km, comprising 42 islands and islets. One of the most unique sites in the region, the bay's distinctive feature is the sheer limestone karsts that vertically jut out of the emerald-green water. 

Located to the north of Phuket, the bay is protected from both the northeast and the southwest monsoon seasons and its waters remain calm year-round, which adds to the appeal of its scenic wonders and abundant wildlife. James Bond Island, Koh Panyee, and Samet Nang She View Point are some of the must-visit sites in Phang Nga Bay


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Thailand’s largest island and one of the country’s most popular tourist destinations, Phuket has many faces. Many first-timers head to the thronging sands of Patong, an area known for its hedonistic nightlife and many water sports, but there are beaches to suit everyone. Catch a boat to the scenic Freedom Beach, chill on Karon Beach; enjoy the views from Kathu Beach, and more.

Koh Phangan

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Known for its wild parties and hedonistic nightlife, especially around the time of the full moon, many visitors are surprised to find that Koh Phangan is also a nature lover’s dream. For fun and partying, Haad Rin is the place to be. Escape the crowds and discover relatively calm beaches, pristine waterfalls, and lush forests, and you’ll see that there’s much more to the infamous party island than just cocktail buckets and neon body paint.

Koh Samui

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Considered one of the most beautiful Thai islands, Koh Samui is famous for its idyllic palm-fringed, white sandy beaches and warm emerald waters.

This is a Popular Island in the Thai Gulf.  It appeals to everyone from families and honeymooners to backpackers and solo adventurers. Beautiful beaches, like Chaweng, Lamai, and Mae Nam, surround the island, and you can visit the old fishing village at Bophut. There are several places to shop, as well as plentiful places to eat, drink, and sleep.

 Similan Islands

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Located off the coast of Phang Nga Province in the sparkling waters of the Andaman Sea, the Similan Islands are among the best places in all of Thailand for scuba diving and snorkeling. The waters are teeming with fascinating marine life and underwater features.


Koh Ngai

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Koh Ngai is definitely one of the most beautiful places in Thailand. The views from this little island are amazing with stunning limestone islands dotting the calm blue sea. You will share your time on the beautiful beach with characterful hermit crabs, whilst hornbills swoop overhead and monitor lizards patrol between the bushes.


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