WELCOME TO PHANG-NGA

The best of the best travel destination in Thailand for sea lovers

Phang-Nga, is the most beautiful coastal city in the world rated by numerous travel websites, reviews and magazines every year. It is sure to amaze with its picturesque collection of large and small islands bordering the Andaman Sea. It is extremely popular for its all-time famous sights that include the islands of Similan, Surin and James Bond, as well as its tranquil Phang-Nga Bay. Koh Yao Noi (Small Long Island) and the more uninhabited Koh Yao Yai (Big Long Island) are without a doubt, marvelous wonders of remarkably untouched natural beauty, earning them the title of being the best beach destination in all of Thailand. Phang-Nga is also rich in natural formations such as mountains, waterfalls, caves and places of historical or cultural significance that provide limitless enjoyment for the adventurous spirit. It is one of those most unforgettable destinations that both Thai and foreign tourists come to appreciate, considering the absolute magnificence of the Thai sea that is unbeaten anywhere else in the world.

Explore Phang-Nga

  • Koh Yao Islands
  • Similan Islands National Park
  • Ton Chong Fa waterfall (Khao Lak)
  • Sarasin Bridge Viewpoint
  • Phang-Nga Bay National Park (Ao Phang-Nga)
  • Mu Koh Surin National Park
  • Samed Nang Chee View Point
  • James Bond Island
  • Nang Thong Beach (black sand beach)
  • Wat Suwannakhuha
  • Ko Panyi

Note: The Similan and Surin islands are closed from April through to November.
KOH YAO ISLANDS (Best islands in Thailand for: off-the-beaten-track adventures and empty sands)

Despite their proximity to lively Phuket, a 30-minute speedboat ride away, the twin islands of Koh Yao Yai and Koh Yao Noi could not be more different. Instead of the glitzy beach clubs, there are fishing villages lining the shores, which locals fondly refer to as “7-11”, being the only shopping mall on the island. There is not a lot to see or do, but that is their charm.

Both islands are laden with a patchwork of rubber plantations and rice paddies, crisscrossed by dirt tracks and a few paved roads. Rent a scooter and spend your days sipping Thai iced tea while overlooking the mangroves – The Rest Calm in Yao Noi’s Pradu village is a lovely spot to dawdle – chancing upon deserted beaches where you are more likely to bump into a water buffalo than another visitor, or feasting on freshly caught seafood in the ramshackle restaurants that line the main roads.

Despite its smaller size, Koh Yao Noi or “small long island”, is the most developed of the two – though even its main sights, Had Pasai and Klong Jark beach, remain affably low-key. If you want to steer clear from the southern Thailand’s tourist buzz, but do not want to rough it, base yourself here and explore its bigger sibling Koh Yao Yai or a big long island on a day trip.

Things to Do in Koh Yao

  • Beaches and Sunbathing
  • Snorkeling
  • Diving
  • Motor biking
  • Mountain Biking

Explore Koh Yao

  • Klong Jark beach
  • Pasai beach
  • Tha Khao bay
  • Kho Yao Noi Town
  • Kho Yao Yai

SIMILAN ISLANDS (Best island in Thailand for: island-hopping)

The Similan islands rank among the best places in Thailand for scuba diving and snorkeling. The deep is teeming with intriguing marine life and curios.

The Similan islands are numbered north to south, one to nine, and form a national park in the Andaman Sea. You can swim over untouched coral reefs in the turquoise waters surrounding them, but only step foot on the white-sand beaches of Koh Miang (known as ‘number four’), which has simple bamboo bungalows, and the largest island Koh Similan (number eight). Just north of the national park, Koh Tachai has the softest, brightest sand and is the most popular. It is close to the Burmese border.

The Richelieu Rock is one of the world’s best dive sites and is whale shark territory (February to April is the best time to spot them). The rainy season is from May to October with the most rainfall from June to September. The rest of the year it is quite dry, with very little rain from December to March.

Explore Similan

  • Koh Hu Yong
  • Koh Payang
  • Koh Payan
  • Koh Miang
  • Koh Ha
  • Koh Payu
  • Koh Hin Pousar
  • Koh Similan
  • Koh Bangu
  • Koh Bon, also known as Ko Talu
  • Koh Tachai

Khao Lak

Khao Lak is one of Thailand’s most peaceful relaxing located on west coast of Thailand, right on the gorgeous Andaman sea. Embraced by the surrounding hills that sweep down to this lovely stretch of coastline with beaches that go on for miles.

The Khao Lak national park name “Lam Ru National Park” is ranked 13th in the best places to visit in Thailand, which was ranked by trevel.usnews.com. Moreover, it is also a main departure point for nature lovers to the Similan islands which are famous for its crystal waters, white sandy beach and amazing snorkeling spots.

Explore Khao Lak

  • Similan Islands
  • Phang Nga bay
  • Surin Islands
  • Khao Sok
  • White Sand beach
  • Ton Chang Fa waterfall
  • International Tsunami Museum
  • Royal Thai Navy Third Fleet Turtle Nursery
  • Samed Nang She Viewpoint
  • Wat Tham

Khao Lak weather

Khao Lak is one of Thailand’s most peaceful and relaxing villages located on west coast of Thailand, right on the gorgeous Andaman Sea. It is embraced by the surrounding hills that sweep down to this lovely stretch of coastline with beaches that go on for miles.

The Khao Lak national park name “Lam Ru National Park” is ranked 13th in the best places to visit in Thailand, which was ranked by trevel.usnews.com. Moreover, it is also a main departure point for nature lovers to the Similan islands which are famous for its crystal waters, white sandy beach and amazing snorkeling spots.

Khao Lak weather is cozy all throughout the year. Traveler should be planning trips following:

  • High season: starting from November through to March is better weather, blue sky and Turquoise Seas. So, it is perfect for a holiday.
  • Hot season: starting from April through May, is suitable for sun lovers.
  • Low season: between September and October, it is the best time of the year to hike.

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