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Hong Island Krabi
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Hong Island : Krabi, Thailand

Koh Hong (Room Island) is part of a group of islands one hour north of Krabi. Koh Hong has only one beach – Pelay Beach – but it is recognized for being extremely beautiful, boasting fine white sand, coral and lots of varieties of tropical fish. Pelay Beach is framed by limestone rock formations which […]

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Mu Koh Surin National Park
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Mu Koh Surin National Park : Phang Nga, Thailand

Mu Koh Surin National Park is an archipelago in the Andaman Sea located approximately 70 kilometres off the western shore. It is next to the Thailand – Myanmar border, covering a total area of approximately 84,375 rai out of which about 20,594 rai is an on land area. The Park comprises 5 major islands; namely, […]

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Chalong Temple
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Chalong Temple : Phuket, Thailand

Chalong Temple (Wat Chalong) is the largest of Phuket’s temples, and the most visited. Locals and many Thai tourists come to pray and pay respects to several revered monks who were the founders of Wat Chalong, among them Luang Pho Cham and Luang Pho Chuang, 2 monks who were well known for herbal medicine and […]

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Tham Le Khao Kop
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Tham Le Khao Kop : Trang, Thailand

Tham Le Khao Kop : Trang, Thailand : A canal from the Banthat Mountain Range is divided into 3 waterways upon reaching Khao Kop, with 2 going around the mountain and the other flowing through the cave under the mountain. An amazing natural wonder, the main attraction at Khao Kop is this stream which flows […]

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Khao Lampi Hat Thai Mueang National Park
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Khao Lampi Hat Thai Mueang National Park : Phang Nga, Thailand

Khao Lampi – Hat Thai Mueang National Park was declared a national park on 14 April, 1986, and covers a total area of 45,000 rai. The national park has 2 sections; namely, the Lam Pi Range which comprises a long stretch of mountains of mostly igneous rocks of 60 – 140 million years old, and […]

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Cheow Lan Lake
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Cheow Lan Lake : Suratthani, Thailand

Cheow Lan Lake @ Khao Sok National Park is inhabited by a range of mammals such as tigers, elephants, tapirs and many monkey species. Birds such as hornbills, banded pittas, and great argus are as well forest residents. Less commonly seen reptiles include the king cobra, reticulated python, and flying lizards. The reservoir area includes […]

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