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Central Eastern Isan Islands Northern Southern
Ko Samui l Phuket l Ko Adang l Ko Muk & Ko Kradan l Ko Pha-Ngan l Ko Phi Phi
Ko Rawi & Ko Lipe l Ko Tarutao l Ko Yao l Similan Islands l Ko Lanta

Islands

Ko Samui
Virtually unknown until a decade ago, Samui Island (in Thai, "Ko" = island) rivals Phuket as Thailand's most popular beach resort.

Ko Adang
An island supplied with fresh water year round, its strongest attraction is the green sea turtles that come ashore between September and December to lay their eggs.

Ko Pha Ngan
Pha-Ngan lacks Ko Samui's spectacular beaches but makes up for it with plenty of secluded, jagged bays adorned with corals. Though much smaller than Samui, it is definitely more rustic and rugged.

Ko Phi Phi
Ko Phi Phi is made up of two islands, Phi Phi Don with its endless beaches and Phi Phi Le, a private enclosed area girdled by sheer cliffs.

Ko Tarutao
Ko Tarutao National Marine Park features waterfalls, streams, beaches, and caves. Protected dolphins, lobsters, and dugongs reside here as well, along with other wildlife such as mousedeer, wild pigs, fishing cats and crab-eating macaque.

Ko Yao
The island of Yao is made up of both Ko Yao Yai and Ko Yao Noi. These islands are covered by forests, beaches and rocky headlands with views of the surrounding karst formations characteristic of Ao Phang-Nga.

Ko Muk & Ko Kradan
Ko Muk introduces some of the loveliest corals and small beaches that make for great camping and swimming.

Ko Rawi & Ko Lipe

East of Ko Adang is Ko Rawi, which is a rather small island although many coral reefs and tropical fish populate its southeast coast.

To the south of Ko Adang lies Ko Lipe, which is inhabited by about 500 chao nŠam (sea gypsies) who were thought to have originated from the Lanta islands in Krabi Province, making a living for themselves through fishing and the cultivation of vegetables and rice.

Phuket
Gem of the Andaman Coast, and Thailand's top beach resort is Phuket Island. Shaped like an irregular pearl and measuring approximately 21 km wide by 48 km long, Phuket is Thailand's largest island and a province in its own right.

Similan Islands
Diving enthusiasts should not miss the Similan Islands (Muu Ko Similan) with its incredible underwater sightseeing that is so clear you could see it at depths ranging from 2 to 30m.

Ko Lanta
Stretches of mangrove, coral-rimmed beaches, rocky hills, and large umbrella trees clearly describe Ko Lanta.

 

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