Around South Thailand Trip

Southern Thailand is probably the most diverse region in the country. It is a place of dense forests, mountains and deep caves. It is also a place of rivers, waterfalls and lakes. Most of all it is home to some of the world's most glorious islands and beaches. The south of Thailand has something for everyone.
This trip will make for an eye-opening trip into Southern Thailand. Include story of ancient cities, ancient temples, culture, natural, jungle, floating raft houses, waterfall and local lifestyle.
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This trip pick up from your hotel in Phuket or from Phuket airport.
This trip will visit…
1.Phang-Nga province
2.Surat thani province
3.Nakorn srithammarat province
4.Krabi province.
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The best trip ever, as designed by you
A friendly local English speaking guide
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Khao tapu or Jams Bond Island in Phang-Nga Bay

Phang Nga province Located northward from Phuket, actually Phuket was used to be a land of Phang Nga’s in centuries. The major attractions of this province, which lies of the Andaman Sea. The natural trips since Phang Nga has many sites of beautiful caves and extraordinary rocky outstanding formations are one the trip for your holiday. All of them are preserved in the National Marine Parks.

Wat Suwannakhuha is located Phang-nga provincial known locally as “Wat Tham”. The temple is located with a number of caves. Among them are Tham Yai, Tham Chaeng, Tham Muet, and Tham Kaeo.

Wat Suwannakhuha, Phang-Nga Province
Tham Yai is on the lowest level and decorated with ceramic tiles and crockery throughout its length. This cave serves as a Wihan where several Buddha images are enshrined. The most important one is the Reclining Buddha. In another cave, there are royal initials of kings and members of the royal family. The area in front of the cave have many monkeys.

Koh Panyee

Koh Panyee is a Muslim village built on stilts about 200 years ago at the feet of a limestone cliff. Only a very small part of the village, where the mosque is built, is on solid ground, the rest just grew from there and slowly continues to grow.
Koh Panyee near Phuket, is indeed a touristic village. Places become famous for a tourist. This is still a very interesting place to visit.

Khao Phing Kan

        Khao Phing Kan means "hills leaning against each other" in Thai, reflecting the connected nature of the islands, and Ko Tapu can be literally translated as "nail" or "spike" island, reflecting its shape. With "ko" meaning "island" and "khao" meaning "hill", the terms ko, khao, and Ko Khao are frequently interchanged in the naming of the islands.

Khao Tapu

Khao Tapu is a limestone rock about 20 metres tall with the diameter increasing from about 4 metres near the water level to about 8 metres at the top. It lies about 40 metres to the west from the northern part of Khao Phing Kan.
Khao Tapoo :Tapoo means nail in English or else “James Bond Island” which the Hollywood film ‘The Man with the Golden Gun’ was starred here. Many tour organizers operate the excursions to those islands.


Surat Thani Province is the largest province of south Thailand. Surat Thani means "City of Good People".
Surat Thani Province Neighbouring provinces are Chumphon, Nakhon Si Thammarat, Krabi, Phang Nga, Ranong.
Geographically, the centre of the province is the coastal plain of the Tapi River, mostly grassland interspersed with rubber tree plantations and coconut plantations. In the west are limestone mountains range which are mostly covered with forest.
Many islands in the Gulf of Thailand belong to the district, including the tourist islands Ko Samui, Ko Pha Ngan and Ko Tao, as well as the Ko Ang Thong Marine National Park. Khao Sok National Park is there.

Cheow Lan Lake

Cheow Lan lake or Ratchaprapha Dam. it also creates a beautiful gigantic reservoir with a large number of towering limestone mountains and small and large islands which once were limestone peaks. Moss underneath the deep water enhances the emerald green color of water in the lake making it looks more like sea water. The topography of the lake is similar to that of Guilin in China, hence the reservoir is given the name “Guilin of Thailand”. This is a popular for tourists are taking by long-tail boat.

Floating raft house in Cheow Lan Lake

*You’ll overnight in a floating raft house in the middle of the lake, lulled to sleep by the sounds of nature all around you.

Phra Borom That Chaiya

Phra Borom That Chaiya :

Chaiya is one of the oldest cities of Thailand. It was a regional capital in the Srivijaya kingdom of the 5th to 13th century - some historians even claim that it was the capital for the kingdom for some time, but this is largely disputed. The temple Wat Phra Borom That is centered around a reconstructed pagoda in Srivijaya style. The nearby branch of the National Museum has several relicts of that time on display. Two more former pagodas nearby are now only brick mounds. Inscription 23, as it was labeled by Prince Damrong in his Collected Inscriptions of Siam, is now attributed to Wat Hua Wiang in Chaiya. Dated to the year 697 of the Mahasakkarat era (i.e. 775 CE), the inscription on a Bai Sema shaped stone tells about the King of Srivijaya having erected a stupa at that site, possibly the one of Wat Phra Borom That.

Wat Phra Mahathat, Nakhon Si Thammarat Province

Nakhon Si Thammarat is a city in Southern Thailand and the Capital City of the Province of this name.
Nakhon Si Thammarat Province, the second largest province of the South and the land of predominant Buddhism during the Srivijaya Period, is 780 kilometres from Bangkok. In addition to its great history, Nakhon Si Thammarat boasts pristine verdant jungles abundant with luxuriant vegetation and is also noted for picturesque beaches and beautiful waterfalls.

Kha Nom Beach


Set off in search of pink dolphins.Stay on a sleepy mainland beach bursting with local atmosphere and take a longtail boat trip to spot pink dolphins off the coast.
Khanom is a seaside resort with an authentic vibe, views over the outlying islands and a bunch of leaping pink dolphins living in its waters. First, you’ll stop off at the local market to buy some fish for the dolphins, before heading out into the bay to spot them. Be sure to keep your camera ready as they often jump alongside the boat.

Wat Phra Mahathat

Wat Phra Mahathat 
is the most important temple of Nakhon Si Thammarat and southern Thailand. It was constructed at the time of the founding of the town, and contains a tooth relic of Buddha. The 78 m high chedi is surrounded by 173 smaller ones. While the chedi is now in Sri Lankan style, it is said to be built on top of an earlier Srivijaya style chedi. At the base of the chedi is a gallery named Viharn Tap Kaset, decorated with many Buddha statues and elephant heads emerging from the chedi. Viharn Phra Song Ma is the buildings which contains the staircase which leads to a walkway around the chedi above the gallery. At the bottom of the staircase are demon giants (yak) as guardians. Adjoining to the north is the Viharn Kien, which contains a small temple museum. South of the chedi is the large ubosot building, the Viharn Luang. The monk living quarters are located across the street in a separate temple, Wat Na Phra Boromathat. The chedi is the symbol of the Nakhon Si Thammarat province, present in the seal of the province. It is also displayed on the 25 satang coin.
Wat Mahathat the biggest temple in South Thailand, built in 13th century

The best ozone in Thailand

The best ozone in Thailand:
Keereewong village in Lansaka district. Nakhonsrithammarat province has been named as the place with the cleanest air in Thailand. According to the Pollution Control Department, who monitor the air quality, they found that the AQI is between17-49 which is considered verygood.

Krabi Province
The province is on the Andaman Sea and is noted for its natural beauty. There are solitary limestone peaks, both on land and in the sea. Rock climbers from all over travel to Ton Sai Beach and Railay Beach. The beaches form part of Krabi's Phra Nang Peninsula. Of the 154 islands in the province, Ko Phi Phi Leh is the most famous, as it was the site of the movie The Beach. Other notable islands include Ko Phi Phi Don, part of the Phi Phi Islands, and Ko Lanta, a larger island to the south.
Krabi's limestone hills contain many caves, most having stalactites and stalagmites. Tham Chao Le and Tham Phi Hua To, both in Ao Luek District, contain prehistoric rock-paintings depicting humans, animals, and geometrical shapes. In Lang Rong Rien cave in 1986 archaeologists found 40,000-year-old human artifacts: stone tools, pottery, and bones. It is one of the oldest traces of human occupation in Southeast Asia. Krabi's caves are one of the main sources of nests of the edible-nest swiftlet, used in the making of bird's nest soup.
Krabi Province a coastal province, abounds with countless natural attractions that never fail to impress tourists. Such attractions include white sandy beaches, crystal clear water, fascinating coral reefs, caves and waterfalls, as well as numerous islands.
Krabi Province is a popular beach destination at the Andaman Sea in Southern Thailand.

Sra Morakot

Sra Morakot or emerald pool

is a truly wonderful natural pool in the middle of the forest filled with glistening clear spring water
Sra Morakot is almost a round pool about 1-2 meters deep and 20-25 meters in diameter. The color of water changes into pale green or emerald upon the reflections of the sunlight.
Upon arrival, most visitors can’t wait to leap into the clear emerald green fresh water of the pool and enjoy a refreshing swim.

Wat Tham Sua

Wat Tham Sua (Tiger Temple Cave), situated in the heart of lush forest hills. Here you can walk along the hill.

Ao Nang Beach

Ao Nang Beach is the busiest beach destination in Thailand's Krabi Province.

Ao Nang (sometimes known as "Ao Phra Nang"),  is the most "westernized" beach in Krabi. While not quite as scenic as Rai Leh, there is a good range of accommodation, many good restaurants, easy transport and travel/tour agencies ready to cater to your every whim, making it a good base for exploring Krabi.

Rai Leh Beach
Rai Leh also commonly known as Railay, is a tourist area located on the Andaman Coast of Thailand, in Krabi Province.
Rai Leh is primarily known as a rock climbing hot spot, attracting climbers from all over the world to its superb towering limeston.


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