TOP 10 Thailand’s Island Escapes

Our fantasy getaway isolated, secluded islands are in fact real!
Welcome to Paradise! Welcome to Thailand!

After getting in touch with the local culture, food and traditions, maybe you should escape the crowd and find your favorite relaxing spot on Earth, because Thailand has so many to offer: it’s precious gems, the islands ( hundreds of them, both in the Gulf of Siam and in the Andaman Sea.

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(In Thai, the names of islands are usually preceded with the word Ko (เกาะ), the Thai word for “island”.)
You’ll need a lifetime to explore all of them, so we chose the TOP 10; some of the most visited places on Planet.
Thailand’s beauty is no secret, but there are still a few wonders that remain under the ribbon. Choose your favorite and get ready for a real astonishment!

James Bond Island

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Visit Website/Photo Credit to mrstyleking.com

Maya Bay

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Visit Website/Photo Credit to geotravellers.com
Visit Also: phuket.com / travelixious.com

Koh Lipe

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Photo Credit to dailytravelphotos.com

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Photo Credit to yulihung.blogspot.com
Visit Websites: kohlipethailand.com / kohlipe.net

(Where “The Beach” was shot)
Ko Phi Phi (Group of Islands)

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Visit Website/Photo Credit to bellicisme-pictures.blogspot.com
Visit Also: dereizigersgids.nl / agoda.com

Koh Lanta

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Visit Website/Photo Credit to wanderingchronicles.comKoh-Lanta-lighthouse-1

Visit Website/Photo Credit to backpackerinsight.com

Visit Also: welovekohlanta.com

Koh Mook

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Photo Credit to COOVIE (On Panoramio)
Visit Websites: kohmook.info / kolantaguiden.se19540480

The Emerald Cave
Photo Credit to COOVIE (On Panoramio)
Visit Website: pawapi.com

Koh Tao (Turtle Island)

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Visit Website/Photo Credit to travelfeatured.comkoh-tao1

Photo Credit to ytravelblog.com

Koh Samui

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Photo Credit to cntraveler.comkoh-samui

Visit Website/Photo Credit to sunsail.eu
Visit Websites: mydestination.com / kohsamui.com / kohsamui.org

Koh Chang

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Visit Website/Photo Credit to tat-la.comKoh_Chang_resor_big

Visit Website/Photo Credit to jade.se

Visit Also: iamkohchang.com / kochangisland.com

Koh Tarutao

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Visit Website/Photo Credit to thaisailing.com

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Koh Pha Ngan
(Famous for its Full Moon party)

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Visit Website/Photo Credit to thailandyoga.netao-ton-nai-pan-koh-phangan


5 comments On TOP 10 Thailand’s Island Escapes

  • Hey guys 🙂

    Thailand is like my second home… so I went to most of the island already…
    You forgot Koh Similan (is a group of island in andaman sea). It’s really not famous. But it looks like Maledives and you can see turtles while snogeling….

    And Koh Rok is a small island close to Koh Lanta. It’s one of the most beautiful island I ever went.

    Both island are quite expensive. If you plan to sleep there it’s much more expensive…
    But worth to go there. It’s like paradies on earth 😀

    Greating Mira 😉

  • Thailand is such a wonderful country with so many stunning islands…….I am yet to visit Thailand but when I get a chance, I will make sure I check out some of these wonderful islands and their beaches…

  • K. Tao is very dangerous, a lot of foreign died there for no reasons and K. Lipe is another place you can spend fortune for nothing. Samui is dirty and the infrastructure there is zero. K. Tarutao and Lanta are really good place for tourists at any level.

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