Archive for category: Beaches

/ 15 October 2014 14 h 15 min

Radisson Blu Plaza Resort – Phuket Panwa Beach

Radisson Blu Plaza Resort Phuket Panwa Beach is a five-star resort located in the idyllic and back-in-time Panwa on Phukets east coast. The 211 Rooms, Suites and Villas each enjoy high-standard amenities and lots of natural light. Room categories include: 50sqm Deluxe Rooms; 50sqm Deluxe Sea View Rooms 70sqm Junior Suites; 117sqm Junior Suites; 150sqm Pool Villas and Sea View [...]

/ 6 October 2014 14 h 13 min

Anantara Si Kao Resort & Spa

Discover the natural wonders of the Andaman coast for a family vacation or memorable getaway. Anantara Si Kao Resort & Spa is an ideal place for travelers who seek secluded accommodation by the sea. While beaches on similar properties in Thailand are cluttered with vendors, massage tables, bars, and restaurants, there’s a good chance you’ll find yourself alone here. Experience [...]

/ 29 September 2014 16 h 11 min

Koh Phayam – Ranong

Koh Phayam is the second largest Andaman Sea island off the coast of Ranong Province (Koh Chang, about 4 kms distant, is the largest). Koh Phayam has no roads suitable for automobiles, thus motorbikes are the chief means of transport. Tourists hire motorbikes at the pier and ride along the road to the resorts. There two major beaches/bays, i.e., Ao [...]

/ 19 September 2014 15 h 16 min

Trang Underwater Wedding Festival

Some people consider Thailand an eccentric place, and no better is its eccentricity displayed than in the annual ‘Trang Underwater Wedding Festival’. That’s right – people get married – UNDERWATER! Masks, tanks, flippers, white wedding dresses, tuxedos – right down to waterproof marriage certificates and pens that write underwater! Bizarre… but something you’d never forget! February of each year sees [...]

/ 17 September 2014 14 h 14 min

Koh Chang – Trat

Koh Chang is the focal point of Koh Chang National Marine Park in Trat province. Koh Chang is the largest of the 52 islands in Koh Chang National Marine Park and the second-largest island in Thailand. Most of the island is rainforest and it features a range of hills, the highest (Khao Jom Prasat) nearly 800 meters high. The result [...]

/ 9 September 2014 13 h 55 min

James Bond Island, Phang Nga Bay

James Bond Island is a famous landmark in Phang Nga Bay. It first found its way onto the international tourist map through its starring role in the James Bond movie ‘The Man with the Golden Gun’. A distinctive feature of this famous bay is the number of sheer limestone cliffs that vertically jut out of the emerald-green water. The bizarre, [...]

/ 11 June 2014 15 h 45 min

Koh Tachai, Phang-Nga

Koh Tachai is located at the northern end of the Similan Islands National Park, not far from Surin Islands and the Similan Islands. Was first discovered by a man named Ta Chai made the discovery that the island named Koh Tachai. Tachai was observed long but I will report to the Similan Islands National Park. And open for visitors to [...]

/ 22 May 2014 17 h 27 min

Beaches Made in Heaven

Patong Beach, Charm is not perhaps the first would that springs to mind when describing Patong, but the miles of perfect turquoise seas and powdery sand, right next to all the razzmatazz, manages to absorb hundreds of sun-worshippers, strollers, joggers, volleyballers etc. without getting crowded. When the sun tan lotion is no longer needed, Patong’s night life offer the best [...]