Koh Yao Island – A Weekend in Koh Yao Noi

Koh Yao Islands

A Weekend in Koh Yao Noi [toc] The Koh Yao Islands are just 5 kilometres away by boat from the east coast of Phuket. The smallest and most populated is Koh Yao Noi (Noi stands for small), and the largest but mostly uninhabited is Koh Yao Yai (Yai stands for large). Koh Yao Noi is where most people spend long weekends in one of the many hotels along the coast.

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Phi Phi Island, Thailand ▷ What to Do in Phi Phi Islands?

Phi Phi Islands near Phuket

Phi Phi Islands 2021 [toc] Phi Phi island is open, and the beaches and other nearby islands are more beautiful than ever. However, no international tourism is possible unless visitors agree to go through a 2 weeks quarantine in designated hotels. The island looks desolated, and the vast majority of shops, restaurant and hotels are closed. There are just a few visitors every day, locals and expats for most. You

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Similan Islands – What to Do in the Similans?

Similan Islands

What to Do in the Similans? [toc] The Similan Islands form a fabulous archipelago in the Andaman Sea, just 120 km northwest of Phuket island. These small islands are so stunning; you don't even need to be an excellent photographer to come back with amazing photos. Most people go there on a day trip tour, but the best way to enjoy the Similan islands is to stay for two days.

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Maiton Island (Koh Mai Thon)

Maiton Island

The unexpected beauty of Maiton Island [toc] Maiton island is an understated paradise with a long and exciting history. It’s a fantastic day out, only 15 minutes from Phuket by speedboat. The island is small but with a large and quiet beach and a green hill as a backdrop. Maiton is a private island with a small hotel and just a few bungalows that used to be the ultimate luxury

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5 Best Things to Do in Phi Phi Islands

What to Do in Phi Phi Island

What to Do in Phi Phi Islands? [toc] Here are some of the best places to see and best things to do in the Phi Phi islands. Of course, as they are so popular, those places can be really busy, so it is recommended to stay overnight in Phi Phi and try to reach them early morning to beat the crowds. Note that Maya Bay has been closed to the

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Diving in Phi Phi Island

Phi Phi Scuba Diving

Diving in Phi Phi Island [toc] Diving in Phi Phi Island is a unique experience you shouldn't miss as not many places in the world can offer such a unique clear dive sites. If you never experienced diving before, just remember that there is a very cool option called 'Discover Scuba Diving' that doesn't really require any training, just a briefing usually given on the deck of the boat on

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Koh Panyi (Koh Panyee) Village in Phang Nga

Koh Panyi Village (Koh Panyee)

What is Koh Panyi Village? [toc] Koh Panyi (Koh Panyee) is a surprising village almost entirely built on stilts in Phang Nga Bay near the famous James Bond Island. Koh Panyi is a very unusual and exciting site to discover, but it can be hectic, especially at lunchtime because of the many seafood restaurants welcoming all the visitors. The trick is to get there early and be the only visitor

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James Bond Island – What’s Good and What’s Not

James Bond Island

James Bond Island in Phang Nga Bay [toc] James Bond Island (Khao Ping Kan) is one of the many must-see places in Phang Nga Bay people want to tick off their list when in Phuket. There are many positive and negative opinions about this iconic island, and most are justified. Before that old 1974 Bond movie ‘The Man With The Golden Gun’ with Roger Moore and Christopher Lee (remember 'Count

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Koh Sirey and Wat Koh Sirey near Phuket Town

Koh Sirey

An island within Phuket [toc] Koh Sirey is an island, but you would never guess it from a map and many probably have never heard of it. Connected to Phuket town by a very short bridge, this small piece of land doesn't have any particular signs but this is where you will find the beautiful Westin Siray Bay Resort. [the_ad id="30528"] What to Do on Sirey Island Besides the temple

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Koh Khai Islands

Koh Khai Islands

Koh Khai Nai, Khai Nai Island and Koh Khai Nok [toc] Koh Khai is a group of famous tiny islands just 15 minutes speedboat ride from Phuket east coast. There are 3 islands: Koh Khai Nai, Koh Khai Nui and Koh Khai Nok, but their names get a little confusing, especially once you know that 'Koh' means 'Island' in Thai. Two of them (Koh Khai Nai, Koh Khai Nok) have

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Six Senses Hideaway Yao Noi on Koh Yao

Six Senses Yao Noi on Koh Yao

Six Senses Hideaway Yao Noi [toc] Six Senses Hideaway Yao Noi on Koh Yao Island is not your usual 'Phuket Resort’, it is a destination in itself. Specially designed for romantic couples in search of an escape from the stress of the big city, this is a perfect hideaway to spend a few days before moving to the fun of Phuket Island... Set on a nearby remote island not really

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Racha Island – Koh Racha Yai near Phuket

Koh Racha Island

What to Do on Koh Racha Island? [toc] Racha Island (also called Raya Island or Koh Racha Yai) is a great snorkelling and diving site located 12 kilometres south of Phuket. The island is so small it can only accommodate three resorts: The Racha Phuket Resort is a real luxury hideaway, Baan Raya Resort and the modest Bungalow Raya Resort. Believe it or not, even people living in Phuket need

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