ANDAMAN - ANDAMAN Island - ANDAMAN sea
The dream of an idyllic escape into a tropical island world
becomes a reality on Phuket, Thailand's southern paradise island.
Unspoilt stretches of fine white sand are found along the entire
west coast of the island. Each sun-drenched beach has a character
and charm of its own, and is separated from its neighbors by
picturesque headlands and backdrops of wooded hills. Lapping
the shore are the sparkling warm blue waters of the Andaman
Sea. Phuket Hotels - Preview
Krabi province is located just south of the world-famous Phang
Nga Bay in the south of Thailand. Its home to the incomparable
Phi Phi Island and offer some of the most spectacular scenery
seen anywhere in the world, both in terms of landscapes and
seascapes. Nowhere else do stunning rock formations meet spectacular
emerald sea as they do in Krabi. It’s the perfect getaway
for rock climbers or those wanting to explore the sea caves
or hongs. Krabi Hotels - Preview
Khaolak still unspoiled is a newly developing seaside town surrounded
by mountains covered with dense jungle foliage. The mountains
drop away into pristine sandy beaches and the clear blue waters
of the Andaman Sea in the Phang-Nga Province. Phang Nga / Khaolak Hotels - Preview
Six islands make up the Phi Phi archipelago. They sit in the
Andaman Sea 48kms east of Phuket and 42kms south of Krabi with
Koh Phi Phi Don and Koh Phi Phi Le being the two largest. A
true tropical paradise of hill hills with jutting cliffs, pristine
white beaches and an emerald sea hiding banks of coral and colourful
Phi Phi Hotels - Preview
Koh Lanta is located approximately 70 km south of Krabi on the
east side of Southern Thailand's Phang Nga Bay. It stretches
for 27 kms in the north-south direction and is traversed by
a mountain range that is still covered by virgin rain forest.
The range reaches heights of 500m in its northern and southern
parts. The water off the west coast is crystal clear & the
beaches powdery white.
Koh Lanta Hotels - Preview
Trang , or Muang Thap Thiang used to be a port involved in foreign
trade. It was the first city where rubber was planted. Phraya
Ratsadanupradit Mahison Phakdi brought rubber from Malaysia
and planted it here before anywhere else in southern Thailand
in 1899. Rubber is now considered an important commodity of
Thailand. The important Trang River flows through the province
from its origin in the Khao Luang mountain range and the Palian
River from the Banthat mountain range.
Ranong is the first southern province on the western coast,
located 568 kilometres from Bangkok. It is known for the long
rainy period, which lasts for 8 months each year. Ranong occupies
an area of 3,298 square kilometres and is bordered by Myanmar
and the Indian Ocean to the west. Within its compact area, Ranong
contains various natural attractions and is blessed with hot
springs and unspoiled mangrove forests.
Satun is a small province in the south of Thailand that borders
Malaysia, facing the Andaman Sea. The province possesses renowned
picturesque islands with verdant forests and mountainous land.
The majority of the locals are Muslim. It is located 973 kilometres
from Bangkok and occupies an area of 2,478 square kilometres
with 80 kilometres of coastline.