The Similan Islands is an archipelago in the Andaman Sea off the coast of, and part of, Phang Nga Province, in southern Thailand.
Ko Panyi is a fishing village in Phang Nga Province, Thailand, notable for being built on stilts by Malay fishermen.
This boat commemorates the tsunami that swept over in 2004. It was left as a memorial just where it landed - two kilometres far from the sea.
This waterfall forms a pool with fresh water just perfect for refreshing yourself. A nice natural landmark easily reachable from the town.
Offering a restaurant and a private beach area, The White House is located in Ko Yao Yai.
Skała Richelieu – skała w Tajlandii położona na Morzu Andamańskim, ok. 200 km na północ od wyspy Phuket i ok. 80 km na północny zachód od…