Is Khao Lak worth visiting?

Is Khao Lak worth visiting?

Depicted by a series of white sandy beaches surrounded by forested hills, Khao Lak is a place worth visiting and exploring. Between it’s gorgeous laid back beaches, fantastic accommodation options, low-key restaurants, and fun activities, there is a little bit of everything in Khao Lak.

How many days do you need in Khao Lak?

I would recommend 5 nights, to give yourself time to explore the amazing Phang Nga bay, Khao Sok National Park and at least one of Similan or Surin Islands – each of those is a full-day trip in itself. So 5 days in Khao Lak would still only leave you with 1 or 2 days to just relax and explore!

What to do in Khao Lak?

Khao Lak must-see attractions and places offers a decidedly eclectic choice of items. From the virgin tropical islands such as the Similans or the Surins that lie off its coast to its endless beaches to the pristine rainforests that cover its hinterland, Khao Lak is not short in natural wonders.

What is the history of Khao Lak?

The touristic history of Khao Lak begins in 1986 when two nationals Khun Daeng and Pi Nut build the Paradise Bungalows on Pak Weep Beach (the same beach our resort Mai Khao Lak Beach Resort is located). Back then though it was much cheaper to stay along this stretch of the beach – only 100 Baht a night.

What to do in Bang Niang market?

The Bang Niang Market is an open-aired market, so don’t forget your brolly if it looks like rain. It is located across the road from the Tsunami Museum and open Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday from 4-10pm. This Khao Lak night market makes a great evenings entertainment.

What to do in Koh Samui?

Hiking, kayaking, and cruising on the lake are the main activities to enjoy in this unspoiled area of southern Thailand, which almost offers a journey back to time to its visitors. Read More… Add to Trip!

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