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Heo Lom Waterfall (Chumphon)

Heo Lom Waterfall (Chumphon)

   Heo Lom Waterfall (Chumphon) Namtok Heo Lom (Heo Lom Waterfall) is located at Ban Bok Fai, Mu 3, Tambon Pak Song, in Kuan Yai Mon Wildlife Sanctuary area. There is a 200-metre long trek from Heo Lom Conservation Unit, past...


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Khlong Phrao Waterfall (Chumphon)

Khlong Phrao Waterfall (Chumphon)

   Khlong Phrao Waterfall (Chumphon) Namtok Khlong Phrao or Namtok Thub Chang is a big waterfall in the middle of the forest. It is a beautiful waterfall flowing all year round. There are 5 floors, the 3rd floor is the highest one...


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Khao Kriab Cave (Chumphon)

Khao Kriab Cave (Chumphon)

   Khao Kriab Cave (Chumphon) This is a famous cave and is accessible by car. There are many stalagmites inside. There is a monk residence at the foot of the hill from which 370 steps leading to the cave begin so hiking boots are...


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Laem Mae Phim (Rayong)

Laem Mae Phim (Rayong)

   Laem Mae Phim (Rayong) This white sandy cape can be easily reached from Rayong city by driving along Sukhumvit Road, and turn right at Km 259.5, Km 263 or Km 268. Without large waves, the beach is nice for swimming....


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Hat Mae Ramphueng - Ban Kon Ao (Rayong)

Hat Mae Ramphueng - Ban Kon Ao (Rayong)

   Hat Mae Ramphueng - Ban Kon Ao (Rayong) Turn right on Sukhumvit road KM 229 and drive for another 12 kilometers to reach Hat Mae Ramphueng, this 10 kilometers beach has a slightly flat-slope to the sea which is perfect for...


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Koh Yao (Phang Nga)

Koh Yao (Phang Nga)

  Koh Yao (Phang Nga) Koh Yao consists of two main islands, Ko Yao Noi and Ko Yao Yai, and several surrounding islets. Most beaches of Koh Yao Noi are located on the west side of the island. If you come from Manoh pier, passing the...


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Koh Tapu (James Bond Island) (Phang Nga)

Koh Tapu (James Bond Island) (Phang Nga)

   Koh Tapu (James Bond Island) (Phang Nga) Khao Phing Kan is an island on the beach that derives its name from the fact that a stone mountain split in two and the smaller part slid down, so that its base was buried into the soil...


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Phang Nga Bay or Ao Phang Nga National Park (Phang Nga)

   Phang Nga Bay or Ao Phang Nga National Park (Phang Nga) Thailand’s 25th national park, Ao Pang Nga National Parkcovers the area inMueang district, TakuaThung district, and Koh Yao district. This marine national park is...


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Mu Koh Surin National Park (Phang Nga)

Mu Koh Surin National Park (Phang Nga)

   Mu Koh Surin National Park (Phang Nga) Mu KohSurinnational parkacts as a storm shelter in both seasons because the archipelagogroup together and they are surrounded by a massive bay. Such prime location provides protective...


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Mu Koh Similan National Park (Phang Nga)

Mu Koh Similan National Park (Phang Nga)

   Mu Koh Similan National Park (Phang Nga) Mu KohSimilan can be considered as an underwater heaven with an abundance of marine life, coral reefs, sea creatures, crystal clear water and white sandy beach. Similan is...


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Khao Lak Beach (Phang Nga)

Khao Lak Beach (Phang Nga)

   Khao Lak Beach (Phang Nga) KhaoLak Beach is estimately 32 km. away from Ta Kua Pa district. It is among many popular seaside attractions in Thailand. KhaoLak shore is a wide spread land of sand, small pebbles and varied size of...


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Ao Nang (Krabi)

Ao Nang (Krabi)

   Ao Nang (Krabi) Ao Nang is Kaabi tourist central. The coastline of Ao nang is twenty kilometers away from Krabi town, and six kilometers away from Noppharat Thara beach. Its scenic beach with relaxing ambiance makes it a...


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Thale Waek or Separated Sea (Krabi)

Thale Waek or Separated Sea (Krabi)

   Thale Waek or Separated Sea (Krabi) One of Thailand's unseen highlights, this amazing natural phenomenon is set to take place at Ko Daam Kwan Island five days before and after the full moon, from December to the early May,...


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Koh Muk and Tham Morakot (Trang)

Koh Muk and Tham Morakot (Trang)

 Koh Muk and Tham Morakot (Trang) Not just another interesting attraction, Koh Muk is the most outstanding attraction in the Trang Sea and an ideal destination for tourists enthralled with nature. The island, which is nearly opposite Hat...


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Kantang Hot Spring Forest Park (Trang)

Kantang Hot Spring Forest Park (Trang)

   Kantang Hot Spring Forest Park (Trang) Kantang Hot Spring Forest Park is located at Ban Kuan Daeng, Moo 7, Boh Nam Ron subdistrict, Kantang district, Trang province. It is in the national sanctuary which covers Khao Whang...


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Laem Phromthep (Phuket)

Laem Phromthep (Phuket)

    Laem Phromthep (Phuket) Many people must have heard of the name “Phromthep Cave” (or LaemPhromthep) both from radio or from television. It is a strikingly excellent viewpoint located in the southernmost...


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Tarutao National Park (Satul)

Tarutao National Park (Satul)

  Tarutao National Park  (Satul)  “Tarutao” is a word that was distorted from the word “Talotrao” in Malay language meaning a lot of gulf. Tarutao is a national park in the Andaman Season of...


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Mu Koh Surin National Park

Mu Koh Surin National Park

  Mu Koh Surin National Park  (Phang nga)  Mu Koh Surin national parkacts as a storm shelter in both seasons because the archipelagogroup together and they are surrounded by a massive bay. Such prime location provides...


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Koh Samui (Surat Thani)

Koh Samui (Surat Thani)

  Koh Samui  (Surat Thani) Koh Samui is located in the Gulf of Thailand, approximately 84 kilometers east of Surat Thani Province, or approximately 700 kilometers south of Bangkok. Known as the Coconut Island, Koh Samui is...


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Koh Lipe (Satun)

Koh Lipe (Satun)

  Koh Lope  (Satun) The prominent features of Koh Lipe are natural coral reefs, beauty of a vast open bay, and a powdered-sand beach. Ao Phattaya is a beautiful bay in a curved shape with a white fine beach. Within a...


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