500px Photo ID: 143659299 - Два необитаемых островка посреди индийского океана. Единственные жители здесь - вараны и белки. Дословно острова называются как остров белки левый и правый

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Ko Rok Nai

Ko Lanta

Part of the Mu Ko Lanta National Park, Ko Rok Nai is very beautiful, with a crescent-shaped bay backed by cliffs, fine coral reefs and a sparkling white-sand beach. It's off limits to visitors from 16 May to 31 October.

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1. Ko Rok Nok

1.39 MILES

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2. Hat Sunset

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3. Ko Waen

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4. Ko Cheuk

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The small karst islet of Ko Cheuk sits between Ko Muk and Ko Ngai. It has a small and slender sandy beach and is good for snorkelling.

5. Laem Tanod

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6. Mu Ko Lanta National Park

18.1 MILES

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7. Tham Morakot

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8. Ao Mai Phai

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