Archive for category: Beaches

/ 8 December 2015 11 h 33 min

Koh Hong, Krabi

Koh Hong is the favorite tourist destination for both Thai and foreigners. Than Bok Khorani National Park Ranger Unit is located on the island. The area of the two white powdery beaches. The front beach of the island is the location of thepier which is not appropriate for swimming while the other side is fine for scuba diving. The sea [...]

/ 1 December 2015 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 [...]

/ 27 October 2015 5 h 16 min

Koh Rang Yai, Phuket

Koh Rang Yai is a peaceful island lying about five kilometres off the east coast of Phuket. Its western side has a one-km long beach that is frequented in the afternoon by day trippers coming back from visiting the ‘hongs’ of Phang Nga Bay. Swimmers will notice something unusual about Koh Rang Yai: the southward current gently transports you parallel [...]

/ 26 October 2015 4 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 [...]

/ 22 October 2015 2 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 [...]

/ 7 October 2015 10 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 [...]

/ 21 September 2015 10 h 00 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, [...]

/ 3 July 2015 6 h 30 min

The Regent Cha Am Beach Resort, Hua Hin

A 5-minute drive from Mrigadayavan Palace, The Regent Cha Am Beach Resort, Hua Hin features luxurious, modern rooms with floor-to ceiling glass doors. It provides an outdoor pool and dining options. Free on-site parking is available. The Regent Cha Am Beach Resort is a 20-minute drive from town of Hua Hin and the Night Market. It is an hour ride [...]