Ko Poda

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Ko Po Da Nai (or also Ko Poda) is an uninhabited island off the west coast of Thailand, in the province of Krabi. The Ko Poda is one kilometer long and about 600 meters wide.It is situated 1.9 km north of Ko Po Da Nok Island and about 5.5 km southwest of Railay Beach. In … Read more

Wat Samphran

Wat Samphran is an  17-storey high Buddhist temple in Nakhon Pathom province,In the town of Nakhon Pathom, located 56 kilometers west of Bangkok, the capital of Thailand. The Wat Samphran  temple is famous for its 17-storey pink cylindrical building with a giant dragon sculpture that curves its entire height. The interior of the dragon sculpture … Read more

Phang Nga Bay

Since 1981, Koh Tapu has been protected by Phang Nga National Marine Park. Since 1998, a ban has been imposed on approaching long-tailed boats and boats to the island

Phang Nga Bay is a 400 km² bay in the Andaman Sea between the island of Phuket and the mainland of the Malay Peninsula in southern Thailand. Since 1981, a wide section of the bay has been protected as the Ao Phang Nga National Park. The Park is located in Phang Nga province. The beauty … Read more

Ban Krut

Blue sea Green coconut range And colorful scenery, Ban Krut also has fishing communities spread along the coast of Ban Krut Beach. The traditional fisherman's way of life can be found here

Ban Krut is a sea side village on the Northern Gulf Coast of Thailand. Ban Krut, which is actually a small  fishing village on the Gulf of Thailand. Mass tourism is still in vain here, and the extensive beaches lined with coconut palms are practically on their own. However, you should be mobile to see … Read more

Maya Bay

Maya Bay is in Krabi, Thailand, on the island called Ko Phi Phi Lee (or also Phi Phi Ley) of the Phi Phi archipelago, which touches the Andaman Sea

Maya Bay is in Krabi, Thailand, on the island called Ko Phi Phi Lee (or also Phi Phi Ley) of the Phi Phi archipelago, which touches the Andaman Sea. Ko Phi Phi, located between Krabi Province and Phuket Island, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Thailand and the closure of Maya Bay … Read more

Wai Check Beach

The Wai Chek Beach is framed by two small salt water lagoons at either end, with gentle jungle covered hills above

The Wai Chek Beach on Koh Chang ( Koh Chang is regarded as the largest island in Trat province ) is a nearly 300 meters long beautiful almost deserted sandy beach on the south coast of the island on Trat province ( Trat is a coastal province in the eastern region of Thailand ) . … Read more

Railay Beach

Railay beach is a well-known  beach in the Thai province of Krabi. Railay is a small peninsula of the Krabi region, on the southern coast of Thailand. This place is famous throughout the world for the images of huge limestone cliffs that plunge directly into the sea. Located a few minutes by boat from Ao … Read more

Ao Nang

Ao Nang is a small resort town in the province of Krabi ,about 15 km from Krabi Town. in southern Thailand. The small town  is located on the eastern edge of the bay of Phang-nga, a sea inlet of the Andaman Sea. The main beach in Ao Nang is the main starting point for boats … Read more

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