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3Days 2Nights: Phang Nga (The Green Link)

Planner :
Phang Nga 3 Day
Period :
3 Days 2 Nights
Category :
Nature, beaches & islands, Local Experience,
  • Day 1
    July 21
  • Day 2
    July 22
  • Day 3
    July 23
  • Day 1

     At 

    Phang Nga
  • Koh Yao
  • แสดงเส้นทางการเดินทาง
Day 1 : Phang Nga

Koh Yao

Koh Yao consists of two main islands, Ko Yao Noi and Ko Yao Yai, and several surrounding islets. Most beaches of Koh Yao Noi are located on the west side of the island. If you come from Manoh pier, passing the District Administrative Office for around 7 kilometers, you will find Pa Sai Beach, which is a 400-meter-long beach.  From here you can watch the scenery of Koh Pak Bia, Koh Hong and sunrise very well.  To the north of Pa Sai Beach are Klong Chak Beach and Tha Khao Beach which are stony beaches. In the north of the island, there is another beach called Ao Kian, which is a 50-meter-long curved beach with clear blue water, perfect for swimming. Please note that Ao Kian is accessible by boat only. Here at Koh Yao Noi, tourists could experience the way of lives of Koh Yao Noi islanders who are mainly rice farmers or fishermen.  The South of Thailand is the center of Thai fisheries where you can fetch some fresh fish or shrimps for dinner. The region also aims to encourage the idea of a healthy road where local people come to jog and play sports on local streets. Moreover, from Koh Yao Noi, you can conveniently travel to other surrounding islands. Most tourists, after thoroughly explored the island, will continue to Koh Lao Bi Le or Koh Hong, which is the location of a ranger unit of Than Bokkoranee National Park. For those who want to see wonderful sandy beaches and coral reefs, do not miss visiting Koh Lao Hundu and Koh Pak Bia.

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Day 2 : Phang Nga

Ban Tah Din Daeng

Located in Amphoe Thai Mueang, Ban Tah Din Daeng offer ecotourism activities tha let visitors enjoy its many natural attractions and learn about the community's daily life.

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20 Min. ( Approx. 18.99 Km.)

Takuapa Old Town

When you step in Takuapa Old Town for the first time, you will find the charm of small town, which is incredibly fascinating. This town is a small town and was built before 500 BE. Originally, it was named Tok Kol city after that the name Tok Kol became Takala and Takuapa subsequently. This town was the most prosperous in King Rama VII era as this area was fertile with abundance of tin ore. Therefore, many Chinese migrants came here to work in the mine, and that was the commencement of mixed architecture between west and east which was called Sino-Portugese. Although it may not as crowded as Phuket, the houses of Takuapa are unique with quite atmosphere and simplicity of the shop in the area of Udomthara road and Sri Takuapa road. These buildings has 2 levels with brick and stones and has patterns of wind and balcony, and has curved arch door along the front path. Presently, mining business had ceased long time ago but people still live in these buildings and are happy to welcome tourists. Every sunday from 2pm-6pm during peak season between November to April every year, Tambon Takuapa together with large market community organize activity for Sri Takuapa road to be Takuapa cultual road receiving cooperation from locals to sell local food and desserts.

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Day 3 : Phang Nga

Amphoe Khura Buri

One of the suggested soft adventure activities is bamboo rafting which visitors can explore the local pristine nature along a 3-kiometers waterway, Klong Nang Yon.

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