Ko Phi Phi
An archipelago of six islands
consists of Ko Phi Phi Don and Ko Phi Phi Le as the major islands.
The superb scenery of the islands includes high hills with jutting
clifts surrounded by marvelous beaches and emerald sea, hiding underneath
a bank of coral reefs and colorful marine life. Places to visit of
Mu Ko Phi Phi include. More...
Ao Nang is a large bay with
scenic beaches and 83 small islands. Its famous beaches include East
Rai Le, West Rai Le, Tham Phra Nang which stretch to the foot of a
conspicuously prominent limestone range. Accommdation and other facilities
including diving shops, boats for rent and sightseeing by canoe are
available. From Ao Nang tourist may hire boats to visit nearby islands
of Poda, Thap and Mo which have white sandy beaches, clear water and
colorful fishes and coral.
Thara (Noppharat Thara Beach)
Located 6 kilometers from Ao Nang is a famous 3-kilometer long white
sandy beach lined with dense casuarinas and coconut groves. The beach,
paved with tiny seashells, was formerly called "Hat Khlong Haeng",more...
Hoi or Fossils Shell Beach
Susan Hoi features a slab formed from a huge number of embedded various
types of mollusks which can be dated to approximately 40 million years
Bok Khorani National Park
The National Park covers an area of 37.5 rai
of land in Tambon Ao Leuk Tai. Its headquarters is located just one
kilometer from Tambon Ao Leuk Neua Market intersection on the Ao Luk
Sak road. More...
Lot Nuea and Tham Lot Tai
To visit these two caves take the Ao Luk-Laem Sak route for approximately
two kilometers and then take a right turn to the Bo Tho Pier. From
the pier, hire a rental boat and travel along the Tha Prang Canal
for approximately 15 minutes.More...
Mu Ko Hong
Mu Ko Hong consists of a group of limestone islands including Ko Lao
or Ko Sa Ka, Ko Lao Riam, Ko Pakka, Ko Lao La Ding and Ko Hong or
Ko Lao Li Pe which is the biggest island to the south.