Khao Lak belongs to the Province of Phang Nga in southern Thailand. This barely developed, lush province is bordered by the Andaman Sea to its west side, and by the brackish waters of Phang Nga Bay to its south. Phang Nga Province consequently hosts a great number of islands of various sizes and shapes, many of which are open to the visitors.
From the small islands such as Koh Koh Khao or Koh Phra Thong that lie at short distance from the coast, to the preserved tropical paradises that are the Similan Islands and Koh Tachai, and not forgetting the limestone karsts found in Phang Nga Bay, there is a wild range of destinations to discover for all those who like island-hopping. Check out below the most notable islands available in the vicinity of Khao Lak…
Most Popular Islands near Khao Lak
For six months every year, the Similan Islands welcome guests with beach scenes on par with anything the wildest ofRead More»
The Surin Islands are located about 60km off the west coast of Phang-Nga Province, well known for diving, snorkelling Read More»
Phang Nga Bay
Phang Nga Bay is certainly the crown of all the must-visit sites in the province of Phang Nga. Located roughly a Read More»
Other Islands off Phang Nga Province's Coast
Koh Tachai is a small island located 50km west of Phang Nga coast. With white powder sand beaches, endemic fauna and Read More»
Koh Phra Thong
Koh Phra Thong (Golden Buddha Island in Thai) is an 88 km² island located about 40km north of Khao Lak. Barely developed Read More»
Koh Phayam is the most popular destination in the Province of Ranong. Located 200km north of Khao Lak, it is the perfect Read More»
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