Hin Ta Hin Yai Market
Hin-Ta & Hin-Yai
At the south end of Hat Lamai , the second-largest beach, you’ll find these infamous stone formations (also known as Grandfather and...
Lamai Muay Thai Camp
The island's best moo·ay tai (also spelt muay thai ) training (best for the seriously serious) is at this place catering to beginners...
Lamai’s long-running dance club, Bauhaus’ DJed beats are interspersed with short drag shows, Thai boxing demos and the occasional foam...
Lamai Day Market
Lamai’s market is a hive of activity, selling food necessities and takeaway food. Visit the covered area to pick up fresh fruit or to...
Lonely Planet review
Along the road leading to the Grandfather and Grandmother Rocks are small souvenir shops catering to the sightseeing impulse shopper. There is however a cultural angle here: the pyramid shaped candies are kà·lá·mair, a local caramel made with either coconut (the brown ones) or pandanus (the green ones).