Best Islands In Breathtaking Thailand

Aakash Jain May 20, 2019
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Beauty of Thailand lies in its islands. While the islands offer numerous breathtaking opportunities to explore the nature, the tranquil atmosphere lets you unwind yourself.

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Phi Phi Islands

This island became hugely popular after the release of movie ‘The Beach’, which was filmed here.

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Snorkeling and scuba diving in clear water here give the ultimate experience of knowing the coral ecosystem. With many beautiful resorts and restaurants around, this place should be on your bucket list.

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Phuket

Phuket boasts of wonderful tropical beaches and is the largest island in Thailand. Watching the sunset from Laem Phromthep/Promthep Cape Viewpoint is total bliss.

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Other attractions include Big Buddha statue, Phuket Walking Street, Elephant Sanctuaries, and Dolphin Bay Nemo to watch the dolphin show.

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Ko Yao Yai

Ko Yao Yai has some really quiet and relaxing beaches, like the Ao Muong beach, where you can enjoy kayaking, immerse yourself in crystal clear waters and visit natural karst. The island, which is a part of Ao Phang Nga National Park, is home to mangrove forest.

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Ko Wai

This tiny island has picturesque beaches, hills and no electricity. The beach is famous for its white sand and boating. A good option to enjoy being cut-off from the world.

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Ko Ngai

Ko Ngai is located in the Krabi Province. It has beautiful beaches with soft sand and limpid waters and is ideal for snorkeling and kayaking. You can trek in the jungles or along the hills.

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Ko Adang

A beautiful and a remote island, Ko Adang is an ideal beach for those who want to just relax.

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The island is a part of Tarutao National Marine Park; you can trek in lush jungles with a lot of boulders along and enjoy the waterfalls. Head to the black sand beach in the northern coast of the island after you have enjoyed snorkeling, diving, and camping.
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