Hin-Ta & Hin-Yai
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, which caters to...
Coco Splash Waterpark
Kids under 10 will love this small park of fun painted concrete water slides. Towel hire is 60B (200B deposit) and there's mediocre food...
Ban Hua Thanon
Just beyond Hat Lamai, Hua Thanon is home to a vibrant Muslim community, and its anchorage of high-bowed fishing vessels by the almost...
A popular predinner watering hole, Outback’s street-side bar allows the Lamai beer bears to growl over sports and the comings and goings...
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...
Hin-Ta & Hin-Yai information
At the south end of Hat Lamai , the island's second-largest beach, you’ll find these infamous genitalia-shaped stone formations (also known as Grandfather and Grandmother Rocks) that provide endless mirth for giggling Thai tourists.