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Bo Hin Farmstay Community, Trang Province
Take time to rest your eyes and feel the fresh breeze at this unique canal-side accommodation, which has an array of floating baskets spread out over the water to catch fresh seafood. This atmospheric homestay, located at the northern part of Sikao Bay, will help you understand more about the overall ecosystem of the shores from the lower plains upstream of Sikao canal that stretches into the emerald-colored bay of the open sea. What do all of these places have in common? The fresh seafood in front of you, of course!
Lay your back down and watch the dramatic limestone mountain of Phang Nga Bay form the peaceful Yao Noi Island it makes you relief. Take a fisherman long tail boat tour of the mangrove forest’s ecosystem and prehistoric paintings from Ao Luk canal to an open sea is amazing.
Finding abundant marines resources from fishes and painted spiny lobster farm. Watch and learn from locals and taste local menu staple from the Andaman Sea.
The Phi Phi Islands are an island group in Thailand, between the large island of Phuket and the west Strait of Malacca coast of the mainland. The islands are administratively part of Krabi province, these picture postcard islands offer the ultimate tropical getaway. Featuring classic tropical beaches, stunning rock formations and vivid turquoise waters teeming with colourful marine life, it is paradise perfected.
Live and learn at ecotourism community
Taste original style Southern Thai Food
Experience the clear water as a mirror at upstream of Nam Rad forest
Boat sightseeing to Guilin Thailand (Khao Sam Klor), Ratchaprapha Dam
Kayaking and lunch at floating house over Ratchaprapha Dam
Strolling on the heart-shaped suspension bridge, or Khao Pitak suspension bridge
Laem Sak is a cape that jutting into the sea. No beach but surrounded by a natural mangrove forest that hosting hundreds of sea animal species. It’s the place where you will find a peace of mind only viewing the miracle of limestone mountain. There you will also find ancient paintings ages more than 300 years.
Enjoy the experience to be a part of Laem Sak community, where the diversity of culture meets: Buddhist, Chinese, and Muslim are living together peacefully.
TaKuaPa old town– Pra Thong island – Tha Din Deang community – Samed Nang chee
Twin tree in the middle of the river – Put on local costume – Riding on a wood pick up truck to the old town – Khok Kanoon Iron bridge – The one and only teak chapel on the beach – Tin Gliding – Pra Thong island – Samed Nang chee