WHICH ONE OF THE THAILAND’S TERRIFIC ISLAND MATCHES YOUR PERCEPTION OF PARADISE

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Hat Phra Nang, Railay; Picture courtesy – thailand-urlaub.sodala.net

Thailand is a home to numerous bizarre yet soothing island retreats, which offer rich choices of diving, swimming and sunbathing and many other exhilarating activities. It isn’t fair, – There are more than 200 nations around the world and Thailand has clutched the most tantalizing of them all.

The coastlines here aren’t the ordinary stretches of sand; while going to them you’re going to uncover flawless powder-fragile slopes and stimulating limestone edges that burst straight out of the enigmatically clear water.

Hat Phra Nang, Railay

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Hat Phra Nang, Railay; Picture courtesy – heybrian.com

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This hypnotizer would make each visitor staggered with its astonishing show. Perfect sand, limestone trap and inward, emerald water and clear long-tail airships make this island a photographic delight. It’s more than a comfortable corner, but it tends to get wedged in high season.

Hat Khao Lak

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Similan Beach; Picture courtesy – go2similan.com

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Snorkeling, Surin Islands; Picture courtesy – wegoandaman.com

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This island is a persistent swath of astonishing, rock spotted shoreline, expect over the top dusks and drowsy days. The Surin and Similan Islands and the inland boondocks parks are simple liners or a road trip away.

Ko Tao

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Koh Tao; Picture courtesy – travelmoments.net

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In the event that you are attempting to settle on a slice of incredible sand and secluded retreat! Ko Tao gives you a great deal on both. Hit the island’s western side for tiki-baked shoreline bars, and way out towards the eastern shores to re-live your most adored scenes from TV’s Lost.

Ko Ngai

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The most modish of the Trang Islands, Ko Hai (otherwise called Ko Ngai) is still resolutely quiet. Abide on the slender, powdered – white shoreline, absorbed the sandy-bottomed shallows and slips over the reef for clear waters, this Island is beyond words. The fine white sand shoreline runs continuous for 2km with some extraordinary snorkeling in the shallows and clean water.

Ao Bang Thao, Phuket

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With 8km of white ethereal sand, suspect smooth bulge in the high season and easy waves amidst the low season. Make an effort not to abandon to the luxurious Laguna Complex; this laid-back yet loaded with life shoreline has something for each explorer.

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Last edited by Katie Louise on the 04 August 2015

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