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Communities

 Koh Yao Noi Community Based Tourism
  • 07 May
  • Ko Yao Noi
  • 1806

It seems that "homestay" tourism is becoming more and more popular among both Thai and foreign tourists. It is not just the trip to sightsee only the beautiful attractions and admire the purity of nature, but it enables you to discover culture and way of life, living with the locals just like you are one of their family members, participating in their activities. Today, there is more homestay tourism in Thailand. One of the interesting examples is the homestay tourism at Koh Yao Noi, Phang Nga province, peaceful and surrounded by the warmth from people in the community. We would like to invite you to visit and experience life at Koh Yao Noi. It will definitely be an unforgettable experience for you.

Koh Yao Noi’s homestay tourism organized by the group called "Koh Yao Noi ecotourism", this group is quite famous and they received many awards, for example, 2002; the World Legacy Award from the National Geographic Magazine of the United States, 2002 - 2004: the outstanding award in tourism development and promotion from the tourism authority of thailand (TAT), 2005 - 2009: the certification of homestay standards of Thailand from the ministry of tourism and sports, and 2007: the good host and the outstanding community in tourism from the tourism authority of thailand (TAT).

Takuapa Old Town Community Based Tourism
  • 07 May
  • Takua Pa
  • 1747

A tourism community that is full of classical histories, "Takupa old town" was established before 43 BC. Formerly called Muang Tak Kol la which refers to the cardamom, later transformed into Takola and finally, people called it “Takuapa”, the legendary tin mining city and multicultural hub; Thai. Chinese, Indian and Arab. Takuapa used to be the port for trading. Nowadays, it has become another tourist city of Phang Nga province.

Takuapa, a community that used to flourish as a port of the Andaman coast and a lively trading community in the mining era. Today, though the prosperous period has passed, it left the traces of the glorious era; the Sino-Portuguese architecture, the costume culture, the local food and simple community’s lifestyle…

Sam Chong Nuea Community Based Tourism
  • 07 May
  • Kalai
  • 1804

Sam Chong Nuea village is located at Kalai sub-district, Takua Thung district, Phang Nga province. It is an OTOP INNO-life tourism-based community. People in the community are Muslims, they live simply and peacefully. Most of the population in this area are rubber farmers. If you visit this here, you will scent the warm welcome from people in the community. In addition, there are many ecotourism activities such as planting trees, rubber tapping, kayaking through the mangrove forest, visiting an oyster farm, taking a cruise to see the beauty of Phang Nga bay, exploring the Diamond cave and making the tie-dyed fabrics from mangrove plants, etc. Besides, there is the homestay accommodation and the tour-program for you to discover the local way of life. This journey will be fun, different and genuinely enrich your holiday.

Baan Tha Khao Community Based Tourism
  • 06 May
  • Ko Yao Noi
  • 1518

Koh Yao Noi has a long-oval shape which stretches from north-south direction. On the east side of the island, there are many beautiful beaches, starting from the world-famous "Tha Khao beach", another important natural attraction of the community. Relaxing in a peaceful, private and cozy homestay. You will enjoy the sea scenery, the beauty of the island forest and Phang Nga bay all day. Moreover, you will also experience a simple local way of life at Baan Tha Khao community.

If you want to travel to Baan Tha Khao village, after arriving at Manoh pier on Koh Yao Noi, you can take/rent the Songthaew minibus or a motorcycle, riding from the pier to your homestay and travel around the island. During the way, there’s a mountain view contrasted with the emerald green sea, a charming and peaceful atmosphere.

Baan Nam Chuet Community Based Tourism
  • 05 May
  • Ko Yao Noi
  • 1529

"Baan Nam Chuet community based-tourism, Yao Noi island, Phang Nga province, the new style of community tourism. The villagers take care of their own tourist areas. In addition, the tourist attractions have beautifully developed and have their own trained local tour guides. And generated income to people in their area until today the community has become strong".

Baan Nam Chuet community won the first prize from the Pink Pracharath community award in 2017 on the implementation of the wellness agritourism project, they turned the waste into fertilizer and solved the trash problem on Koh Yao Noi. In addition, the model community like Baan Tha Khao has joined and supported the tourism in Khao Yao Noi, they have set the sustainable development plans to transform Khao Yao Noi’s tourism into a wellness agritourism by producing fertilizer from waste, encouraging community to grow organic rice, suggesting the local farmers to use the fertilizer from waste and moreover, cooperating with other tourism organizations to develop other aspects of the community such as the environment, economy and society to achieve the most tangible change in accordance with the development framework. They have also set the direction for sustainable growth in the future.

Baan Tha Din Dang Community Based Tourism
  • 03 May
  • Lam Kaen
  • 1718

Many people migrated to Tha Din Dang before World War 2 or about a hundred year ago. The topography of Tha Din Dang village, both sides are surrounded by mangrove forests and it has 13 kilometers long beaches. Baan Tha Din Dang is 14 kilometers away from Thai Mueang district. Accordingly, 80% of the population are Islamic and the main occupations of people here are palm plantation, rubber plantation and other agriculture such as watermelon, yard long bean and hydroponics vegetables. The social characteristic of people in the community, they treat each other like brothers and sisters, helping each other.

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Attractions

Sea Turtle Conservation Center Phang Nga Naval Base
  • 08 Jul
  • Lam Kaen
  • 625

Sea Turtle Conservation Center Phang Nga Naval Base is located in Lam Kaen Subdistrict, Thai Mueang District, Phang Nga Province. It's a popular tourist attraction with various species of sea turtles and serves as a learning center for the conservation of sea turtles. They have turtle hatcheries for Green turtles, Olive ridley sea turtles, and Hawksbill turtles in 20 tanks measuring 2x3 meters. Open every day from 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM, no admission fee.

Police Boat T813 Tsunami Memorial Phangnga
  • 08 Jul
  • Khuekkhak
  • 617

Police Boat T813 Tsunami Memorial Phangnga is located in Moo 5, Ban Bang Niang, Khuekkhak Subdistrict, Takua Pa District, Phang-nga Province. It was established in response to the devastating Indian Ocean tsunami that occurred on December 26, 2004, off the west coast of Sumatra, Indonesia. The tsunami waves spread out in all directions, reaching Ban Bang Niang, Takua Pa District, Phang Nga Province, at 10:30 AM. The disaster caused severe damage to people's lives, properties, communities, and natural resources. Police Boat T813, or simply known as “ต.813”, is a boat belonging to the Royal Thai Police Department. It weighs up to 60 tons or 60,000 kilograms and was stationed on the coast near Khao Lak. It was swept away by the tsunami waves and ended up about 1 kilometer inland. After the event, the boat was left in its position as a memorial to commemorate the lives lost and to serve as a reminder of the destructive power of the tsunami. The memorial site features exhibitions and displays related to the tsunami event in Ban Bang Niang, as well as the sale of commemorative items and books about this particular incident.

Nang Thong Beach
  • 07 Jul
  • Khuekkhak
  • 576

Nang Thong Beach

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Nang Thong Beach is a beach with black sand that is formed from tin mines in the Khao Lak area. It used to be a significant mining industry site in Thailand in the past. This area is also the location of the lighthouse built after the Tsunami in 2004. Moreover, it is another beautiful spot to watch the sunset in Phang Nga. The size of the lighthouse is not big, but it is a popular photo spot for tourists who visit regularly.

Ban Nam Khem Tsunami Memorial Center
  • 07 Jul
  • Bang Muang
  • 616

Ban Nam Khem Tsunami Memorial Center is located in Ban Nam Kem, Takua Pa District. This place experienced a devastating tsunami on December 26, 2004, resulting in over 1,400 casualties. In remembrance of that event, the government built a disaster warning tower, a museum, and a park. The Ban Nam Khem Tsunami Memorial Center spans approximately 5 Rais and includes various amenities such as a relaxation garden, a fitness park, a children's playground, and a unique curved concrete wall. Inside the park, there are also exhibitions showcasing photographs and information before and after the tsunami disaster. Additionally, there is a revered statue of the Kromluang Chumporn Khet Udomsak for fishermen to pay their respects. Surrounding the area, there are shops and restaurants available. The Ban Nam Khem Tsunami Memorial Center is open for visits every day, and the exhibitions are open from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

Thakow Waterfall
  • 13 May
  • Ko Yao Noi
  • 1221

Thakow Waterfall

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The medium-sized waterfall on Koh Yao Noi that has water all year round. It's the indicator of the fertility of natural resources on Yao Noi.

Tha Khao Beach
  • 13 May
  • Ko Yao Noi
  • 988

Tha Khao Beach

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The highlight is the long sandy beach jutting out into the sea and pointing to the small island which is called “Koh Nui”. The sea is gradually separated by the white sand that will appear to amazingly connect the two islands at low tide, this tidal phenomenon is called the separated sea “Talay Waek Tha Khao" or "Talay Waek Koh Nui”.

Rice Fields in the Middle of Koh Yao Noi
  • 13 May
  • Ko Yao Noi
  • 1758

Rice fields on Koh Yao Noi are seawater rice fields and surrounded by mountains. During the growing season, the field will become all green and it will turn yellow in the harvesting season.

Manoh pier
  • 13 May
  • Ko Yao Noi
  • 888

Manoh pier

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Admiring the sunset in the evening at Manoh pier, Unpao pier and Laem Sai pier which fronting to Laem Haad at Koh Yao Yai. When the sky is clear, we will be able to see the beautiful sunset by the sea.

Namm Natawn
  • 13 May
  • Ko Yao Noi
  • 996

Namm Natawn

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"Namm Natawn", the coffee shop that offers both food & beverage and accommodation in a small cottage style located in the middle of a large paddy field of Baan Nam Chuet area.

Savanna Grassland
  • 03 May
  • Lam Kaen
  • 1778

Walking through the Savanna grassland to Khao Na Yak, the grassland gives an atmosphere like in Africa. In summer, the meadows are golden brown. And during the rainy season, the fields will become green.

Khao Na Yak Beach
  • 03 May
  • Lam Kaen
  • 1118

Khao Na Yak is part of the Thai Mueang beach. There are huge boulders in front of the beach. And it's easy to travel by boat, then, walk through the Savanna grassland to Khao Na Yak.

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Accommodations

Grand Mercure Khao Lak Bangsak
  • 06 Jul
  • Bang Muang
  • 580

Grand Mercure Khao Lak Bangsak is reminiscent of Thailand's picturesque riverside villages. It features a harmonious blend of calming water features and tropical elements, inspired by Southern Thai design. Guests can enjoy a refreshing dip in the swimming pools by the gardens or a leisurely stroll along the beach. Perfect for families and couples seeking a uniquely peaceful experience
The resort is located on Khaolak Bangsak beach which is 94 km north of Phuket International Airport. The resort is located on the beachfront of the pristine Andaman sea. Khaolak Bang Niang market is a short 10 KM drive away.

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Six Senses Yao Noi
  • 14 May
  • Ko Yao Noi
  • 997

Koh Yao Noi is a picturesque island in Thailand’s Phang Nga Bay - the unique natural environment setting for the 9.6-hectare, or almost 24-acre Six Senses Yao Noi, that exemplifies the Six Senses philosophy of Redefining Experiences from arrival to departure. The natural vegetation and tropical landscaping provides privacy between the elevated villas. Our Sea View villas offer glorious views over Phang Nga Bay and the Mountain View villas are set in lush tropical forests.

Cape Kudu Hotel
  • 14 May
  • Ko Yao Noi
  • 863

Cape Kudu Hotel

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"It's miles from anywhere - but closer than you think."
Koh Yao Noi island sits in the middle of Phang Nga Bay, almost equidistant from Phuket and Krabi. Cape Kudu Hotel, a five-star boutique resort; a member of Small Luxury Hotels, located on the east-coast of the Island with superb views to the towering karst islands of Phang Nga Bay.

Sam Chong Bungalow
  • 14 May
  • Kalai
  • 1019

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 Baan Tha Khao Bungalow
  • 14 May
  • Ko Yao Noi
  • 980
Ko Yao Noi Home Stay (Bang Bao Sweet Home)
  • 14 May
  • Ko Yao Noi
  • 1040
Sunglobe Resort
  • 14 May
  • Ko Yao Noi
  • 1068

Sunglobe Resort

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Baanrai Garden Home
  • 14 May
  • Thung Maphrao
  • 1221
Tawanwanawaree Homestay
  • 14 May
  • Thung Maphrao
  • 962
Destinations for

Restaurants

Tai Rang Restaurant
  • 05 Jul
  • Thai Mueang
  • 587

Tai Rang Restaurant comes from its original location, which used to be at the end of the mining. Nowadays, it has transformed into a wide lake surrounded by trees, creating a cool and comfortable atmosphere.
Recommend calling to reserve a seat to enjoy the sunset view on the terrace by the lakeside. Here, they serve Thai southern-style dishes made with fresh seafood and locally grown fruits and vegetables. One dish that you must try because it's truly delicious is the pineapple stir-fry with pork crackling. As for the sour fish curry with mixed vegetables, it's a fantastic recipe with a genuinely spicy and flavorful taste, just like the original Thai-Southern.

Kho Yao Tan Do Sea Food
  • 18 May
  • Ko Yao Noi
  • 904
Phingan Halal Food
  • 18 May
  • Kalai
  • 1102

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Sea Gypsy
  • 18 May
  • Ko Yao Noi
  • 1008

Sea Gypsy

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Namm Natawn
  • 18 May
  • Ko Yao Noi
  • 1090

Namm Natawn

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Rung Lay Seafood
  • 18 May
  • Thung Maphrao
  • 1062

Rung Lay Seafood

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Destinations for

Trips

Low-Season Krabi to Khao Lak in Two Days
  • 06 Jul
  • 1623

Krabi to Khao Lak (Half-day)

• Nopharat Thara Beach 10:30 AM

• Than Kiri Krabi 11:00 AM

Khao Lak (Half-day)

• Ban Nam Khem Tsunami Memorial Center 10:00 AM

• Police Boat T813 Tsunami Memorial Phangnga 11:00 AM

• Nang Thong Beach 11:30 AM

• Sea Turtle Conservation Center Phang Nga Naval Base 12:00 PM

Baan Tha Khao
  • 20 May
  • 1837

Baan Tha Khao

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Baan Nam Chuet
  • 20 May
  • 1680

Baan Nam Chuet

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Baan Tha Din Dang
  • 20 May
  • 1761

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