Koh Tao & Koh Nang Yuan, Mu Koh Ang Thong National Marine Park, Around Samui, Koh Katen, Pahluai
Temples, Waterfalls, Safari, Shows
Phaluai island (Ko Phaluai)
Koh Phaluai is the largest of the 42 islands within Angthong National Marine Park.
Due south of Koh Wua Talap, where the park office is located, Koh Phaluai's eastern shore has possibly the best example of mangrove forest to be found in the park.
This forest type is important as a breeding area for hundreds of species of fish.
The smaller islands of Koh Tao Pun, Koh Mod Dang, Koh Lak, Koh Tu and Koh Kluai encircle Koh Phaluai. The locals of the island make a living from farming and fishing. Producing coconuts, rubber and a variety of fruits, the island is famous in this region for sun dried mullet and squid.
Buddhism is the practiced religion of the residents who number around 430 people. The island has two small Buddhist temples. Visitors to Koh Phaluai will be greeted by friendly happy locals who enjoy a peaceful simple lifestyle. Limited basic accommodation is available for those wishing to stay overnight. Reliant on solar panels and generators for electricity, a flashlight is a handy accessory for guests to the island.
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Daily trip Program A
Leaving from Bang rak Pier by Speed boat, 2 engines.
Directly to Koh Wao for snorkeling 1 hour.
Angthong Marine Park + Talay Nai (Mae Koh)
Koh Phaluai + Lunch + Kayaking 2 hours
Sightseeing to another Island
Back to the hotel
Price per Person:
From: Adult 2,200 B. - per person
Daily trip Program B
Private by long tail boat (2-10 persons)
Marine National Park for Lunch & view point & Swimming
Transfer from the hotel
Departure from Maenam area by long tail boat
Along the coast of Samui Island
Talay Nai (Emerald cave)
Snorkeling + Sightseeing
Koh Phaluai Sightseeing + Snorkeling + Enjoy your full time
Return to the hotel
*** Inclusive ***
Light breakfast on boat
Lunch at Marine Park
Price - 10,000 B.
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