Locally known as Ko Siray, this island occupies an area of about 20 square kilometers and is separated from the main island ... More
Locally known as Ko Siray, this island occupies an area of about 20 square kilometers and is separated from the main island by the small Thajean Canal. Now regarded as being a part of Phuket, it is home to the biggest Thai Sea Gypsies (Chao Laes) village in the area. A hill top monastery boasts a large reclining Buddha statue as well fascinating views of the surrounding islands from the panoramic hill top. Due to the muddy condition of the beach, swimming is not recommended. Guided tours are available.
Located 17 kilometres south of the town, the bay at Kata is really made up of two smaller bays, Kata
Yai and Kata Noi. Both are blessed with impressively long, relatively peaceful, sandy beaches. Visitors can swim, sail, windsurf, ...
A few minutes by speedboat from Chalong , this resort on Koh Lon (Lone Island), places a high priority on
enhancing the local way of life and the natural environment. Built entirely from natural materials, it provides first class ...