Phuket is Thailands largest island, approximately the size of Singapore.
Phuket nestles in balmy Andaman Sea waters on Thailand's Indian Ocean coastline
862 kilometers south of Bangkok.
Phuket is blessed with magnificent coves and bays,
white beaches, island-dotted seas, superb accommodations and delightful architecture.
Phuket has numerous sporting and leisure opportunities; a lush tropical landscape -
all of which combine to create a delightful ambience for truly memorable holidays
List of Phuket hotels
Chumphon is a sea coast city parallel to the Gulf of Thailand and is the gateway to other southern provinces.
Along more than 200 kilometres of Chumphons seashore, there are many beautiful and picturesque beaches.
Still maintaining the natural beauty, the province is best for those who seek relaxation in the natural
and uniquely quiet atmosphere.
include beaches, islands, national parks,
waterfalls, caves with beautiful stalagmites and
stalactites and mountains. Chumphon is also a hub for travellers going to or coming from
divers paradise Koh Tao
. Accommodation range from hotels
and resorts to guesthouses and is readily available.
List of Chumphon hotels
A mountainous and heavily forested province, Ranong is best known as a fishing and
trading port and contains various natural
and is blessed with hot springs
and unspoiled mangrove forests.
Ranong town is a gateway to Myanmar and the famous hot
springs are just outside of town, where an arboretum and various first-class hotels cater
to visitors eager to benefit from the mineral waters.
Some small islands of the coast, like
, welcome visitors with a quiet, unspoiled
tropical island ambiance and basic accommodations are
available. They also provide excellent game fishing, snorkeling and diving.
List of Ranong hotels
Phang Nga (พังงา):
Phang-nga, located app. 800km from Bangkok, is a province with two characters - land and sea - and packed with
national parks that guard magnificent scenery with immensely different attractions. Most famous is
, a geological wonder filled with islets, sunken caverns and startling rock formations rising sheer
out of the sea. The bay is extremely sheltered ideal for expeditions of sea canoes to explore the many fascinating caverns.
Phang-nga's andaman coast offers parks of a different kind. The island groups of
for their beautiful unspoilt beaches and spectacular underwater scenery, attracting divers from around the world.
is a coastal park full of birds, mammals and scenic waterfalls, and most hotels and
resorts of the province are located here on the pristine beaches.
List of Phang Nga hotels
Surat Thani (สุราษฎร์ธานี):
The largest province of south Thailand and with numerous islands along the coast makes Surat Thani
a perfect hideaway for vacationers from around the world. The best known islands are
as well as the
Angthong National Marine Park.
On the mainland 6 national Parks
offer scenic spots, rare wildlife, waterfalls and activities like elephant trekking.
There are some hotels in Surat Thani Town for a
stop-over before going to the islands or parks as well
as restaurants and shopping opportunities. Attractions
in town are limited to Thai and Chinese temples.
List of Surat Thani hotels
Koh Samui (เกาะสมุย):
At 247 square kilometres, Koh Samui is Thailand's third largest island and has become
one of South East Asia’s top five most visited tourist destinations.
Along with the island’s established infrastructure including international educational
and medical facilities, a wide choice of high street shopping brands, exquisite dining
venues, boutique resorts, hotels for all budgets and beautiful white sandy beaches, Koh Samui
stands out as one of the jewels in Thailand’s illustrious crown.
The neighbouring islands of
and the breathtaking
Ang Thong National Marine Park offer visitors a wide range of activities such as
sailing, scuba diving, snorkelling and adventure excursions as well as accommodations ranging from bungalows to 4 star resorts.
List of Koh Samui hotels
Koh Phangan (เกาะพงัน):
Koh Phangan, world famous for the monthly
full moon party
at Hat Rin beach, still has some remote
beaches with a laid-back atmosphere if you are not in a party mood.
These are mostly in the northern part of the island and
some can be reached only by boat or a walk on a dirt
road through the jungle.
In recent years more hotels, from simple bungalows to 4 stars resorts,
have been built to respond to everybody’s idea of an
unforgettable beach vacation. In the fullmoon party
period many of them require a 3 to 5 days stay.
Enjoy a relaxing massage in one of the spas, explore the underwater world or
meditate at the hilltop temple called Wat Khao Tham. Wether you are in party mood or
just want to relax Koh Phangan can deliver what you are
looking for. Koh Phangan can easily be reached by boat from Koh Samui in 30 minutes.
List of Koh Phangan hotels
Koh Tao (เกาะเต่า):
Koh Tao, or Turtle Island, is a divers paradise just a 2
hour boat ride north of Koh Samui
the best dive site in the Golf of Thailand. Beautiful bays withtropical
resorts and crystal clear water surround the island and it is only a step from your
hotel room to the colorful underwater world.
There are plenty of diving schools to refresh your skills or
you can take a longtail boat to magical Koh Nang Yuan
for a day of snorkeling. After sunset enjoy a delicious
seafood dinner, have a drink in one of the bars and
clubs at the beach and go shopping for some souvenirs.
Koh Tao can be reached by boat from Chumphon or Surat
Thani via Koh Samui and Koh Phangan in app. 2 hours
depending on weather conditions and boat type.
List of Koh Tao hotels
Krabi is the perfect getaway destination at the Andaman Sea with stunning limestone cliffs,
beautiful beaches like Ao Nang and Railay
and more than 130 islands including the most famous -
Koh Phi Phi
Enjoy relaxing days at one of the tropical hotels
and resorts available and visit the natural beauty of waterfalls and caves and other
attractions. The more active ones can try some rock climbing, sailing, kayaking, diving and snorkeling or just
spend a day or two for island hopping. Krabi has everything on offer for a fantastic and unforgettable holiday experience.
List of Krabi hotels
Nakhon Si Thammarat (นครศรีธรรมราช):
Nakhon Si Thammarat is the second largest province of the South and is 780 kilometres from
Bangkok, and the walled town of Nakhon Si Thammarat is one of Thailand's oldest cities.
In addition to its great history, Nakhon Si Thammarat boasts pristine verdant jungles abundant with
luxuriant vegetation and is also noted for picturesque beaches and beautiful waterfalls.
The national parks in the province provide opportunities for hiking and rafting and some caves with
Stalactites and stalagmites of strange shapes can be explored. Accommodations are plentiful either
in town or on one of the many beaches. The parks offer campgrounds where tents are available for visitors.
List of Nakhon Si Thammarat hotels
Trang has breathtaking islands and astounding beaches along the coast as well as
awe-inspiring inland limestone - propped mountains. The province consists of an archipelago
in the Andaman Sea with over 46 islands including the Mu Ko Petra National Park.
In the last years many hotels and resorts where build on the beautiful islands - Koh Mook
, Koh Kradan
and Koh Sukorn
- to accommodate the increasing numbers of tourists visiting the area looking for a relaxed, tranquil ambience.
On the mainland you can discover old Buddhist temples shown in caves or you can take a bath in the
many pools formed by the crystal clear waterfalls in the jungles there.
List of Trang hotels
Phatthalung is an ancient city in southern Thailand,
app. 850km from Bangkok, and the town sits on the west
bank of Songkhla lake. It is a land of mountains and is regarded as the birthplace
of the shadow play and the Nora dance.
To get a panoramic view of the province visiters can go up the
stairs of Khao Ok Thalu,
a 250 meter high mountain in
the prvincial capital which is clearly visible from
afar. Phattalung is, apart from Nakhon Si Thammarat
the only province where the Thai shadow play tradition
still remains and performances take place during temple fairs.
List of Southern hotels
Satun is a small province in the south of Thailand that borders Malaysia, facing the Andaman Sea.
The province possesses renowned picturesque islands with verdant forests and mountainous land.
Most tourists head out to the pristine islands of Tarutao National Park
Its landscape is full of underwater peaks, excellent beaches, calm and peaceful coves, jungle and
mangrove swamps. Snorkelling can be found at
, the land of the sea gypsies, while neighbour Adang island
is stunning with forest, hills
Around Satun, there are plenty of interesting sights, including dove farms, forest parks
and huge waterfalls. Thale Ban National Park
is famous for its abundant wildlife with many waterfalls and caves worth visiting.
List of Satun hotels
Songkhla, one of Thailand's important ports and coastal provinces, is located 950 kilometers from
Bangkok. Songkhla has fine beaches, enchanting waterfalls, and a tranquil lake,while Hat Yai, the major district of
the province, serves as a transportation and communications hub of the South.
Hat Yai and Songkhla can be ideal places for the tourist to visit with an abundance of tourist
attractions and an amazing range of seaside resort towns with hotels for all budgets.
List of Songkhla hotels
Pattani is a small province among the five so-called Southern Border Provinces.
Blessed with irresistible charms it is rich in historical significance including
impressive customs and traditions.
The natural scenic beauty of its streams and falls, the 170 kms. long golden beaches along the Gulf of
Thailand and wonderful hospitality of the Pattani people makes it a worthwhile holiday destination.
There are several tourism resources of nature, historical ancient places, and traditional culture which
have been the integration of Thai, Chinese and Islam.
List of Southern hotels
Yala is the southern-most province of Thailand and is the only landlocked
province in the south. Yala is the border province with many interesting
facets: history, culture, and beautiful scenery and is mostly mountains
and covered with forests. Attractions
include waterfalls, temples, a hot spring and the largest mail box with a hight of 9 meter as well as the
largest mosque in Thailand.
Every year in March the ASEAN Dove Competition is
held here joined by Dove raising clubs from all over Asia.
List of Southern hotels
Located app. some 1,149 kilometers south of
Bangkok is Narathiwat the southernmost province in Thailand. Visitors to the province are provided with
great opportunities to spend days at the beach or in the forests and take excursion trips to some of the
With Su-ngai Kolok serving as an economic and border tourism center, the province welcomes an increasing
numbers of Malaysians and Singaporeans on short holidays or shopping sprees. The city of Narathiwat has
an abundance of traditional culture and authenticity with village-like tranquility. As such, Narathiwat is an
amazing and unique area with a constant flow of culture and trade between Thais and Malaysians
List of Narathiwat hotels