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The Similan Islands
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Recommended sightseeing time: 1-3 days
Address: Similan Islands, Lam Kaen, Thai Mueang District, Phang-nga, Thailand
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The Smilian Islands are a protected marine park, a region of nine islands, all unexploited, pristine and natural beauty, and a vast sea fan, coral reef and phosphorous rocks. And the rich marine life, should be one of the best diving areas in Thailand. 📌 The island is open every November to April, and the island is closed from May to October every year, and it is forbidden to visit; the island cannot stay overnight, and it is not allowed to go to the island on its own; and shoes are not allowed to go to the island. 📌 Can only come with a group, register online or at the hotel reception, we will register at the hotel reception, bargain price from 2500 to 2500 baht, including the hotel to the dock pick-up of the bus, boat ticket, lunch, snorkeling for half an hour.

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The Similan Islands are one of the top ten diving destinations in the world. They are only open from November to April. The period from December to May is the season when leopard sharks appear. Similan means “nine” in Malay, and the Similan Islands refers to nine islands. The waters around these islands are the best for diving in Thailand. For licensed divers, a few days staying on a boat and diving will no doubt be the favorite way to experience the area. The sand on the islands’ beaches is fine and soft, and shoes are not permitted to be worn in order to protect the environment and maintain a healthy ecological balance.
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