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See Thailand by Scooter: The King of the Road

See Thailand by Scooter: The King of the Road

If you’ve ever been to Southeast Asia you know there’s no mode of transportation more popular than the scooter. Here a scooter, there a scooter, everywhere a scooter. That’s because they’re affordable, they have great gas mileage, they’re cheap to fix, they’re small,...

Travel Thailand Cheaply With a Partner or Friends

Travel Thailand Cheaply With a Partner or Friends

If you are considering going to Southeast Asia and can’t decide where to go or who to travel with, consider going to Thailand and definitely consider going with friends. When I was first deciding to go to Thailand, I considered going to other countries around the area...

Travel Cheaply by Bus to and From Phuket

Travel Cheaply by Bus to and From Phuket

In case you’ve yet to discover Southeast Asia and the best ways to get around, let me start out by saying that buses are an excellent and cheap way to get from point A to point B while saving the most amount of money. In fact, even if you’re traveling from country to...

Things To Do Around Ko Phra Thong

Things To Do Around Ko Phra Thong

Ko Phra Thong is definitely an island made for desolation, a place to leave all your worries behind and to find inner peace in the vast emptiness. Where you can roam around by bike through the flat savannah and meditate to the silence, with only the sound of the wind...

Ko Phra Thong

A wounderful place to spend your vacation

Ko Phra Thong is the middle link in a chain of three islands. It is largely flat with expanses of inland savanna. It has long uninhabited beaches, fringed by coconut palms. There have always been a number of special natural features of Ko Phra Thong Island. It fronts onto over eight kilometres of beach on the Andaman Sea and, in addition, over six kilometres of beach on a bay containing small islands. It is 60 km from the Surin Islands, Richelieu Rock, and only slightly further to the Similan Islands. All are renowned diving locations.

On the east side is a small fisher village, Thapayoi, and on the southeast end is another small village, Thung Dap. These villages total fewer than 300 inhabitants consisting of Moken, a tribe of sea gypsies, and Thais. The larger village, Thapayoi, has a school and a community health centre.

To know more about this place visit Wikipedia

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