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This low-key, thatch-roofed beachside resort restaurant does a decent line in Thai staples, plus pastas, sandwiches and burgers.
This large mangrove area on Ko Libong's east coast at Laem Ju Hoi is protected by the Botanical Department...
Motoring into green-clad Ko Muk and landing on the sugary white sand bar of Hat Sivalai is an unforgettable experience.
This beautiful limestone tunnel leads 80m into a hôrng on Ko Muk's west coast. No wonder long-gone pirates buried treasure here...
Humble, local-flavoured Hat Lodung is a short walk from the main pier, on Ko Muk's eastern side. If you're facing the sea, Hat Lodung is left of the pier beyond a stilt village and some mangroves...
About 800m inland from Hat Farang, this welcoming, family-run operation serves up all your Thai favourites with an extra kick (on request) at wooden picnic-style benches in an open-air jungle-cloaked setting.
Jade water kisses a perfect beach at Hat Farang, also known as Hat Sai Yao but usually Charlie’s Beach.
Between Ko Muk and Ko Ngai are the small karst islets of Ko Cheuk and Ko Waen, which both have good snorkelling and small sandy beaches.
With plastic chairs and rickety wooden tables scattered beneath a string of lights, this family-owned patio restaurant overlooks Hat Farang from its fantastic cliff perch at the southern end of the beach...
Between Ko Muk and Ko Ngai are the small karst islets of Ko Cheuk and Ko Waen , which both have good snorkelling and small sandy beaches.
A short signposted track at the south end of the main beach leads past Paradise Lost and over the ridge to Sunset Beach, a mostly wet and rocky patch of sand facing open seas – and a fun place to get a little beachs...
This open-plan guesthouse kitchen at Paradise Lost dishes up Kradan's tastiest food in giant homemade portions.
Thai/international dishes served up beside Seven Seas Resort's jet-black infinity pool.
Decent Thai/Italian restaurant at Reef Resort.
Although some of Kradan's coral structure has been decimated, there's good snorkelling off the island's South Beach, which you can reach in a 10-minute walk along a jungly path from Paradise Lost , signposted at the ...
This 231-sq-km park covers the shoreline from Hat Pak Meng to Laem Chao Mai, and encompasses the islands of Ko Muk, Ko Kadran and Ko Cheuk (plus a host of small islets)...
There's a wild-looking stretch of coastline at Hat Pak Meng, 39km west of Trang. Though the beach is scruffy, the spectacular jutting limestone karsts here rival the best of Railay and Phi-Phi...
Casuarina-backed Hat Chang Lang is home to the Hat Chao Mai National Park headquarters.
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