The Hidden Gems of Thailand

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Thanks to its pleasant tropical climate, elegant coasts and dozens of tropic islands soaked into the warm Andaman Sea, Thailand belongs to one of the world’s greatest tourist oases and a favourite destination of those who look for ultimate enjoyment and indulging beach moments. What makes Thailand such a popular destination are definitely its beautiful islands laden with comfy resorts, summery atmosphere and spectacular natural beauties, but there are some of them which stand out from the others. Let’s discover them:

Koh Samui

Just a step away from the coast of the Kra Isthmus within the Chumphon archipelago, there is the second largest Thai island and a busy tourist hotspot – Koh Samui. White long coasts host a bit of everything for everyone, from simple waterside huts to private luxury villas, while the lush mountainous interiors hide a nature at its best.


On one side there is a vibrant cosmopolitan spirit and on the other relaxed strips of sand soaked into the turquoise waters, which is why amazing island of Koh Samui suit everyone’s perception of a perfect holiday. Nightlife and beach party lovers can enjoy on Samui’s busiest beach Chaweng, which is a home to numerous pubs, clubs and waterside bars, while those seeking for a slice of the peace can head for relaxing Lamai beach or dreamy and tranquil Maenam. Majestic 12-metre high Buddha statue in the Big Buddha Temple is the island’s greatest landmark and a must visit attraction, but visitors can also enjoy diving, snorkelling and sailing across the giant space of the Ang Tong National Marine Park, abundant with fascinating marine species.


Koh Lipe

Around 60 km away from the Thai mainland in the Adang-Rawi Archipelago of the Andaman Sea lays the small island of Koh Lipe, a place where the perfect patches of sand, emerald waters and comfy beach resorts create a heaven-like atmosphere.


With authentic street markets, Thai-style restaurants and bars tucked within the Walking Street, Koh Lipe offers an ideal dose of vibrancy, but a tremendous tranquillity and relaxation. Visitors can accommodate either in traditional bamboo huts or high-end resorts tucked within Sunrise, Sunset and Pattaya Beach and explore the entire island coast by walking. Due to great diving spots and abundance of stunning marine life, Koh Lipe diving is the most popular activity on the island where visitors can sign up for excellent diving tours and courses.

Koh Kradan

Off the Southern Andaman coast, a few islands down from the Koh Phi Phi and Koh Lipe, there is a secret paradise of Koh Kradan Island, for which not so many people who come to Thailand know. Over 2km of serene sandy beach provides visitors with a chance to spend hours strolling along the incredibly translucent water, while the island also offers a decent hut-style resorts tucked in lush jungle or step away from the beach.


Koh Kradan is great for snorkelling and swimming, enjoying in stunning beach sunsets, traditional Thai massage and affordable Thai cuisine, and as such ideal for anyone who looks for peaceful hideout and hustle and bustle getaway.

Those immensely beautiful islands are the reason why the majority of us associate our dreamy holidays and perfect enjoyment with Thailand, which will, hopefully, continue to be one of the destinations we simply adore.

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