Top things to do in Similan Islands Marine National Park

Top Choice National Park in Similan Islands Marine National Park

Similan Islands Marine National Park

This beautiful 70-sq-km marine national park is known to divers the world over. Lying 70km offshore from Phang-Nga Province, it has smooth granite islands that are as impressive above the bright-aqua water as they a…
Island in Similan Islands Marine National Park

Ko Tachai

Twin Peaks at Ko Tachai is one of the best dive sites on the Similans, although strong currents mean it is generally reserved for experienced divers. Expect to see big fish: manta rays and leopard sharks, as well as…
Island in Similan Islands Marine National Park

Ko Bon

In 1998, the Similan Islands Marine National Park was expanded from its original nine islands to include uninhabited Ko Bon and Ko Tachai. The west ridge of Ko Bon is the number-one place in Thailand to see manta ra…
Viewpoint in Similan Islands Marine National Park

Sunset Point

From the Similan Islands Marine National Park Visitors Centre, you can walk for 20 minutes through forest to this viewing point, a great place to catch the sun going down over the Andaman Sea.
Viewpoint in Similan Islands Marine National Park

Sail Rock

On Ko Similan there’s a short, steep scramble off the main beach to the top of Sail Rock, though during daylight the path gets completely packed with day trippers.
Viewpoint in Similan Islands Marine National Park

Similan Viewpoint

For a brief taste of Ko Similan's jungly interior, there's an easy 2.5km hike through the forest to this viewpoint that offers ocean vistas.
Island in Similan Islands Marine National Park

Ko Similan

The biggest of the Similan Islands has hikes to viewpoints; overnight stays are now banned.
Thai in Similan Islands Marine National Park

Restaurant

This restaurant beside the visitors centre on Ko Miang serves simple Thai food.