Khao Lak offers stunning beaches and fabulous facilities and remains as popular as ever for those in search of paradise.
Coral reef's and vivid turquoise waters
Khao Lak is the paradise we all dream about, secluded beaches and dramatic landscapes, coral reefs to explore and vivid turquoise waters all make for a holiday of a lifetime. Over 20kms of pristine white sandy beaches stretch along the coastline making it ideal for the scuba diving enthusiast. Khao Lak is in Phang Nga Province in southern Thailand. Many hotels in the region have their own private beach area surrounded by stunning tropical gardens and lush vegetation giving a peaceful, quiet, tranquil atmosphere. So whether you are strolling along the beach or taking a dip in the refreshing waters of the Andaman Sea this is the time to chill and enjoy the sublime surroundings.
Many attractions to visit
Amongst the many attractions in the province of Phang Nga are the Similan Islands with fantastic coral reefs or Khao Sok National Park with its abundance of wild life, perhaps a spot of jungle trekking is the order of the day or bamboo rafting! A quieter excursion would be to the Cheow Lan Lake for a restful afternoon. Scuba diving and snorkelling amongst the reefs are very popular where you can observe white tip sharks, rays, snappers and the mesmerising turtles in their natural habitat.
Excellent local cuisine,
There are plenty of pubs and bars offering excellent local cuisine, drinks and music to the very early hours of morning and some book musicals performed by local lady boys! Book holidays to Khao Lak here at Holidayhypermarket.
Things to do
Located to the south of Khao Lak, these waterfalls are a sight to behold in the early morning mist. Certainly a must see when visiting the area.
Khao Sok National Park
Jungle trekking or transport by elephant are the order of the day. Khao Sok National Park is located to the north of Khao Lak and is a fantastic excursion with wonderful landscapes and scenery plus an opportunity to see the wildlife in their natural habitat.