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Railay Beach

Railay Beach


Isolated from the mainland, THE PENINSULA of Railay is surrounded by the warm Andaman Sea, lush jungle, and twisted rock. It contains enough activities for the most adventurous while allowing those who just want to chill out in paradise the opportunity to do just that.









PhiPhi Island

Phi-Phi Island


Koh Phi Phi (Phi Phi Island) is a small archipelago of six islands in Krabi Province, Southern Thailand. It is touted to be one of the most beautiful yet easily accessible island groups in the world, and it pretty much lives up to this reputation. This area has something to offer for everyone, right from the languorous sunbathers to the compulsive adrenaline junkies. A must see if you hit the Krabi Province, which itself is a must see if you visit Thailand! The entire region is part of a marine National Park, and hence abundant in all types of marine life. One can just stand at the Pier and witness thousands of colorful fish swim around in the clear water below.

Lanta Island

Lanta Island


Koh Lanta is a 25 km-long island off the Andaman coast of Thailand, south of Phuket and Krabi. Renowned for its long beaches, quiet seclusion, and natural beauty both above and below the water, Koh Lanta is a beach lover's and scuba diver's paradise. Lanta consists of several islands, the two largest of which are Ko Lanta Noi (เกาะลันตาน้อย, "Small Lanta Island") and Ko Lanta Yai (เกาะลันตาใหญ่, "Big Lanta Island").






Railay Beach

Talay Waek


Talay Waek(ทะเลแหวก) is a unique beach destination located between the offshore islands of Koh Kai, Koh Tup, and Koh Mor which are located in the Krabi province of southern Thailand. Talay Waek, which in English means 'the sea divided' is a natural feature which occurs when the Andaman Sea flows in two directions; being parted by a long sand bar which links the islands of Koh Kai (or Chicken Island, which is also the largest), Koh Tup and Koh Mor. This phenomenon happens each day as the tide recedes.

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Chicken Island


Koh Kai (เกาะไก่) is also called Koh Hua Khawan or Koh Poda Nok. The rock shaped like a rooster on the limestone moutain at Koh Kai is the symbol of Krabi sea. Apart from the beauty on the land, Koh Kai also has plenty of coral reefs to apprecitate in the west of the island.






Lanta Island

Thap Island


Koh Thap (เกาะทับ) is the tourist boat stop of the area. It has such a wonderful marine world in the east of the island.









Railay Beach

Mor Island


Koh Mor (เกาะหม้อ) also has beautiful coral reefs around the island. Actually, these three isles in Poda Group Islands also form a spectacular sight of Taly Waek or the parting sea, which is a wondrous sand bar that appears and links the three isles together during the low tide.



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Poda Island


koh Poda (เกาะปอดะ) is the largest of all the four islets in Poday Group Islands. In the east, there is a one-kilometer-long sandy beach shady with rows of pine trees. The sea is exceptionally clean, clear and suitale for swimming whereas the beach is nice for sunbathing. Visitors may also enjoy snorkeling in the north and the east of the island, or kayaking along the beach very well.