Sitting on the Andaman sea and a part of Phan Nga province, The Similan Islands are unique in its eco-system.


Similan Island, meaning Nine Islands is Yawi is framed with a pristine beach and multiple scuba diving spots. Due to its remote location and diverse wildlife, the island is laced with clear shallow waters, excite rock formation and mesmerising coral reefs. It also bags the title of being one of the ‘Top 10 dive destinations to visit in the world’ by National Geographic. Slip into a snorkelling gear and enter the marine life basking in the mighty manta rays and whale sharks. In 1982, the Similan Islands became a protected National Park of Thailand which prohibits sport and commercial fishing. Known to be the best-kept secret of Thailand the island is personified through its beauty.


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Good to know

  • The Similan Islands are closed from 15th May to 1st of November each year due to the rough weather. We strongly discourage not to visit during this time.


Similan Islands, Lam Kaen, Thai Mueang District, Phang-nga, Thailand
Similan Islands
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