The most peaceful islands in Thailand

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Similan Islands (via similan islands.com)

Known as a friendly tourism country, Thailand attracts millions of visitors each year. Popular destinations such as Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Pattaya, Phuket … have become crowded. The six islands below will be new wilderness destinations for travelers to explore.

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Similan Island

Formed from 11 small islands, the Similan Islands are located in the north of Phuket Island, with the main island named Koh Island. It’s very beautiful place. The scenery is like pictures with fine white sand, clear blue water and straight coconuts swaying in the wind.Coming here, tourists can take part in tropical coral viewing dives and see sea creatures such as sharks and rays …The easiest way to get to Similan is to take a direct flight from Bangkok to Phuket, then buy tickets from the island’s travel companies at the airport.

Koh Bulon Leh

Koh Bulon Leh is not a famous island, but perhaps it has become a “jewel” because of its pristine, tranquil and picturesque coastal huts. The island is quite small. You can walk from one to the end of the island in 20 minutes.To reach Koh Bulon Leh, you can take a flight to Trang’s Trang Airport and take the ferry to Koh Lipe or Koh Lanta. From here you will continue to catch fast boats or ferries to visit Koh Bulon Leh.

Koh Bulon Leh (via enxuantravel)

Koh Phayam Island

Koh Phayam is the ideal destination for those want to relax in a peaceful place. The island is considered by local people to be one of the most pristine islands because the infrastructure system has not been invested here.

Koh Phayam is the second largest island in the Andaman Sea, Ranong Province. Anyone who has come here has praised Koh Phayam as “paradise on earth” with sunshine, blue sea, deep forest and lakes, and the best thing is the absence of tourists.
In Koh Phayam, tourists can take part in yoga, kite surfing or diving. One note is that you do not forget to bring cash because there are no ATMs here.
There are not many coral reefs, so go to Koh Phayam island you can immerse yourself in the blue water of the sea. Or you can rent a motorbike to explore the rubber plantations and small restaurants on the island.

The easiest way to get to Koh Phayam is to take a flight to Surat Thani and then transfer to Ranong, then take the ferry to Koh Phayam.

Koh Mak

If you search Koh Mak’s pictures on Google, then you will see blue sky pictures. It’s sure that people will think these photos have been color-corrected. However, coming here, you will have to change your mind, because those photos are absolutely true.

Koh Mak is a small island in the east of Thailand which located between two island islands: Koh Chang and Koh Kood. This place has quite a few hotels and motels, so it is easy to understand why the island is quite away from tourists. Also do not expect to be played through the night in Koh Mak as it is only suitable for activities such as sightseeing, sea walking, and other leisure activities.

Koh Mak island (via kohmakguide.com)

Koh Mak is famous for its many beautiful beaches in Thailand. Ao Suan Yai is suitable for snorkeling. Koh Mak is home to many sand flies, especially in the rainy season. Therefore, you should apply a little coconut oil to avoid the trouble. If you do not enjoy life so quietly at the beach, you can also take part in scuba diving activities to discover the exciting ocean.
The center of Koh Mak is Ao Nid village in the southeast. On the east coast is Ban Laem Son. The beach is not too far apart so it is convenient for you to explore, or rent a bike or motorbike if you want to save time. Alternatively, you can rent kayaks for walks along pristine beaches along the north and east coasts.

From Bangkok, you can travel to Rayon or Trat, then take the ferry to Koh Chang, then to Laem Ngop pier, about 10 minutes from Koh Chang. Here, you take the ferry or boat again to get straight to Koh Mak.

Koh Mook

As the gateway to the Andaman Sea, Koh Mook is a place where you will have to say the word “paradise” when coming here.Water in Koh Mook is blue sapphire. There are not many people living here, but they’are very friendly and easy-going.Koh Mok is a part of Trang City, so you can buy train tickets here daily. You can also go to Koh Mok from neighboring islands like Koh Lanta and Koh Lipe.

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