Which are the two largest islands of Thailand?

What are the largest islands in Thailand?

Phuket: Set in the Andaman Sea, Phuket is the largest of the Thailand islands and is also the most popular.

What is the smallest island in Thailand?

4) Koh Tao

With only 21 km2, Koh Tao is the smallest of the main 3 islands in the Gulf of Thailand. Koh Tao is famous among backpackers for the beauty of its beaches, for the party scene at its main beach (Sairee) and, above all, for being the main dive center in Thailand.

Is Japan an archipelago?

The Japanese archipelago stretches from subtropical to subarctic zones and runs parallel to the eastern rim of the Eurasian Continent. The archipelago consists of four main islands and more than 3,900 smaller islands whose area covers almost 378,000 square kilometers.

Is Koh Samui bigger than Koh?

But, according to “the internet” the area of Samui is 228.7 km² and the area of Koh Chang is 429 km² Apparently, Koh Chang is almost double the size of Samui. … And Koh Chang is around 22km north to south and 14km at its widest.

How do you get around Koh Chang?

The only public transport that is available are the white, shared pick up trucks ( songtaews) which provide the only type of public transport on Koh Chang. As soon as you get off the ferry the drivers will herd you onto them, packing as many passengers as possible into the back and piling luggage onto the roof.

Where is the clearest water in Thailand?

Kantiang Bay, Ko Lanta

It’s found just before you enter the sparsely populated deep south of the island, which means the beach is surrounded by deep green jungle and national park land. The beach features white sand and crystal clear waters speckled with a handful of resorts.

Can you swim in Thailand?

The clear warm waters are enticing, and are pretty safe for most of the year. The sea does contain dangerous creatures, such as sea snakes, lionfish, stonefish and jellyfish. However, it’s only really jellyfish that could concern swimmers, and these are not much of a problem on Thailand’s Andaman coast.

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