Beyond Phuket

Phang Nga Bay, Khao Lak & Phi Phi Island

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Phang Nga Province

Leaving Phuket over the bridge, heading north, is Phang Nga province where you will find Khao Lak and Khao Sok national park and the stunning marine national park that forms the magnificent Phang Nga Bay.

Tours leave daily to all these areas (see tours and excursions for details). 

Phang Nga Bay

Spectacular limestone scenery rising from the sea, mangroves, sea caves with crystalline interiors and hundreds of tiny islands make up Phang Nga Bay, one of southern Thailand's most fascinating and scenic areas.

Find more information here, or see tours to Phang Nga Bay.

Khao Lak

Located in the mainland province of Phang Nga just north of Phuket Island, Khao Lak has only recently been "discovered." The area stretches across three national parks and offers nature lovers an unspoilt landscape of beaches, hills, mountains, forested valleys, mangroves and estuaries.

Eco-tours operate daily and include elephant trekking and in season, kayaking along the river. More information is available on our Khao Lak website.

Where to Stay in Khaolak: Discover some exclusive luxury resorts with excellent offers with La Flora Khao Lak and Le Meridien Khaolak Beach and Spa Resort

Khao Sok National Park

Khao Sok National Park features outstanding natural beauty, with giant limestone mountains, cliffs, caves, rivers and waterfalls. The forest is home to many species of tropical birds, animals, insects, reptiles and plant life, the most famous (yet elusive) being the Rafflesia - the largest flower in the world.

Eco-tours from Phuket run almost every day and include hikes through the jungle, elephant trekking and canoeing down the Sok river.

Outlying Islands

Phuket has many outlying islands that can be visited either by hiring a local boat or taking a tour. These include Koh Racha, Koh Naka, Coral Island, Ko Rang, Koh  Yao and Koh Samui. Tours usually include lunch, transfer from your accommodation, use of snorkelling equipment and Marine National Park fees where applicable. Find details here or visit tours & excursions for info on visiting the islands.

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