Select Page

Trending Now

Top

The Best Places to Stay in Ko Phra Thong

The Best Places to Stay in Ko Phra Thong

Whether you're looking to get away from the crowded beaches and busy resorts in Phuket, or simply looking for something new and spectacular in Thailand, Ko Phra Thong has the rustic seaside huts, quiet beaches, and chilled out vibes you're looking for . You might have...

Phang Nga: Stay for Cheap in Thailand’s Hidden Paradise

Phang Nga: Stay for Cheap in Thailand’s Hidden Paradise

Thailand has become one of the most popular countries to visit in the past 20 years, and for good reason too. With mountainous regions for outdoor enthusiasts to the north, Bangkok for urbanites in the center, and tropical coastlines for divers and beach bums to the...

Explore Phang Nga: The Province Just North of Phuket

Explore Phang Nga: The Province Just North of Phuket

If you’re spending a couple of days in Phang Nga from Phuket or even staying for a week, there are plenty of activities, hikes, boat rides, and excursions to partake in. This Southern Thailand province has everything, from mountains, cliffs, caves, beaches, and...

Discover Khao Lak: Close to Phuket, But Without the Crowds

Discover Khao Lak: Close to Phuket, But Without the Crowds

About 80 kilometers north of Phuket, you’ll find the quiet coastal beach town of Khao Lak. While Khao Lak is touristy, its much quieter than other places in Thailand like Phuket, Koh Samui, or Chaweng. While you can still find cocktail bars playing music through Khao...

Cheap Stays in Khao Lak

Cheap Stays in Khao Lak

If you’re looking for your next destination after Krabi or Phuket, head a couple of hours north to Khao Lak! Here you’ll find cheap accommodations for whatever you’re looking for, whether it be the rainforest, in town, or on the beach. Because Khao Lak is lesser know...

Ko Phra Thong

A wounderful place to spend your vacation

Ko Phra Thong is the middle link in a chain of three islands. It is largely flat with expanses of inland savanna. It has long uninhabited beaches, fringed by coconut palms. There have always been a number of special natural features of Ko Phra Thong Island. It fronts onto over eight kilometres of beach on the Andaman Sea and, in addition, over six kilometres of beach on a bay containing small islands. It is 60 km from the Surin Islands, Richelieu Rock, and only slightly further to the Similan Islands. All are renowned diving locations.

On the east side is a small fisher village, Thapayoi, and on the southeast end is another small village, Thung Dap. These villages total fewer than 300 inhabitants consisting of Moken, a tribe of sea gypsies, and Thais. The larger village, Thapayoi, has a school and a community health centre.

To know more about this place visit Wikipedia

Links
Follow Us

Join Our Newsletter