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Holiday in Similan island in Thailand


The Similan islands consist of a group of 11 islands where every island has its unique and amazing landscapes. So if you are up for an amazing, unforgettable and adventure, this is for you! The Similan islands are known for their strategic location in the Andaman Sea in Phang Nga Province, southern Thailand. And the best thing is that you can make a boat trip to visit them. They are also considered one of the top ten dive destinations that have millions of wanders beneath its water; you can enjoy swimming, snorkelling and diving with very rare species of marine organisms. Also get ready to enjoy watching various kinds of animals, birds and rock formations which can’t be found anywhere else. You wouldn’t also want to miss hiking and rock climbing in there, the view at the top is one of the most picturesque and spectacular views you will ever see! Moreover, if you love sun bathing then you won’t find a better place to relax on the white warm sands and enjoy watching the heavenly blue clear water. The best time to visit is from November to April.


  • The best way to explore the Similan islands is via boat trips.
  • Every island of the 11 Similan islands is unique in its own and has many activities to do
  • You can’t miss the amazing experience of diving and snorkelling with different and rare ocean dwellers
  • If you love photography, then the best place to take photos is in the Similan islands. You can spot many kinds of rare animals and birds. The rock formations are also very cool in there!
  • You can also enjoy relaxing on the crystal white sands of the beach while hearing the sound of the splashing waves!

Koh Bon

Koh Bon is the eleventh island. What to not miss in there is diving or snorkelling, the island is famous for its beautiful diving and snorkelling spots where you can find lots of rare and different ocean dwellers like small sharks and spiny lobsters. You may also be lucky enough to spot Nemo! You can visit the island by day trip boats and enjoy relaxing on its beaches.

Koh Similan

Koh Similan is the eighth and the main island of the Similan islands. It is considered the largest island and it is also the perfect place for bird watching. As it is the home for different kinds of rare animals and birds like the Nicobar pigeon, flying fox, Hairy-Legged Crabs, Sea eagles, small monkeys, squirrels, bats and mangrove monitor lizards and many more! You can also enjoy trekking and hiking in the jungles.

Koh Hin Pousar

Koh Hin Pousar is the seventh island and it is famous for its rock formations and its spectacular coral reefs that shape and resemble many things. The most famous rock is the elephant rock which is perfectly positioned as if it was a real, giant elephant. You can also find shapes of mushrooms, leaves and brains!