Similan Islands

Similan Islands

About Similan Islands

The Similan Islands are a group of 11 islands in the Andaman Sea, about 100 km northwest of Phuket. The islands are a popular tourist destination, renowned for their diving. The Similan Islands consist of the following islands: Koh Bon Koh Tachai Koh Payu Koh Miang Koh Similan Koh Bon Koh Tachai Koh Payu Koh Miang Koh Similan
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FAQ's on Similan Islands

1. What is famous about Similan islands?

The Similan Islands are a group of islands located in the Andaman Sea, about 50 km northwest of the island of Phuket.

2. What is not so good about Similan islands?

Some visitors to the Similan Islands have reported that the islands are not as pristine as they once were. There is now a certain amount of development and tourism on the islands, and some areas are said to be polluted.

3. What is the best time to visit Similan islands?

The best time to visit the Similan Islands is from November to April.

4. What is the local food in Similan islands?

There is no local food in Similan islands!

5. What is the best way to reach Similan islands?

There is no definitive answer as the best way to reach the Similan Islands as there are many options that people can take. However, the most popular way to get to the Similan Islands is by taking a ferry from Ranong, which is located in the southern part of Thailand.

6. What are the places near Similan islands?

There are a few places near the Similan Islands. The closest town is Khao Lak, which is about an hour away. There are also a few smaller towns near the islands, such as Takua Pa and Phang Nga.
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