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Koh Yao Yai is larger as its sister island Koh Yao Noi. 90 % of the population are Muslims. Koh Yao Yai is not so popular as Koh Yao Noi and therefore does not have so many facilities like the sister island. But the beaches...More
We loved this rustic Island. The hotel is huge and a bit of a tourist processing machine but .... it's beautiful and in an amazing location. We took an ocean view suite with the outside bath... loved it! Excellent food quality and nice people as...More
Normally the last island visit before heading back to shore. There are beach chairs under shelter for you to take a nap or just enjoy the Breeze. You have to pay 100 Baht before you can use their chair. If you don't want to rest...More
Koh Yao Islandis a beautiful island where it has been shot the movie The man with the golden gun and its remake.
It is an amazing palce that you can reach through a classic thai boat insofar the beach is small and you can not...More
A very beautiful place, where you can enjoy the nature, in love with the sand, water 💦 and the scene ... have small shops selling souvenirs... and have to go there by speedboat or by a cruise, depend on how many people you go, some...More
This was also a stop in the Simba Sea tour we booked. Our speedbood went to this litte private PARADISE Beach where we swim around and enjoyed the sun for 30 min. You might get little stings from the little white thing (forgot the name)...More
Good boat trip from Phuket, in rainy season it could be a real bumpy one with sea sickness a possibility. Take a tablet before the ride and this should keep you settled. Your tour operator provides this free of cost. The island is mesmerizing and...More
beautiful and just lovely Island, worthy of a visit. Glad we visited, if only briefly as part of our Island tours. The scenery is just breathtaking and our cameras were non stop clicking! Monkeys hanging off the side of the rocks as the passing boats...More