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Hat Khao Lak & Similian Islands Guide

Stunning Andaman Coast stretching from the tip of Phuket right up into the Khao Sok National park.

Whilst Phuket generally speaks for itself, Hat Khao Lak (located in the Phang-Nga province of Thailand) and surrounding areas, including the Similian Islands (Maldives of the Andaman), are a wonderful alternative to the fast paced tourist mecca that is Phuket.  The advantage of this beautiful jungle region that is Hat Khao Lak is its proximity to the Phuket International airport. Within an hour's drive you can be experiencing beautiful, tropical, and sometimes deserted beaches. Jungle adventures, true Thai hospitality and some stunning places for you and the little ones to call home.

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Bang Niang beach

A great place to spend a day or evening. Has a feel of Thailand of old. Pretty sandy bay, great for kids. There's good food in Thai owned restaurants along the beach and many small open-air huts right on the beach offering massage (from 400THB), pedicure etc. if you get a free moment, you can walk up the beach and get the most wonderful massage. With no need to book, ever shifting plans with littlies in tow can be accommodated. You can be relaxing listening to the lapping of the waves within minutes. Bliss..

Which Family Pod?  Squidgy baby ; Toddling around ; Energetic explorers

Similian Islands trip

A 2-3hr boat journey brings you to the Maldives of the Andaman. The most striking feature of these islands are the huge boulders that litter the western and southern shores on several of the islands. But it's not just about massive boulders! There are also pristine white coral-sand beaches, splendidly picturesque and often deserted. This makes for a wonderful trip with older kids in tow but could mean a stressful day out with littlies. A private hire Songthaew for an hour or two for a little pootle up and down the coast might be easier.

Which Family Pod?  Squidgy baby ; Toddling around ; Energetic explorers