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Similan Islands

Secluded and far off the beaten path, the Similan Islands lie on Thailand's west coast, north of Phuket and Krabi. Set amidst the fluorescent turquoise of the Andaman Sea, the Similan Islands were declared a national park in 1982. The archipelago, comprising eleven islands (of which the eponymous Ko Similan is the largest), is in the process of being declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Fortunately, this natural treasure was spared damage from the 2004 tsunami, and remains a fantastic diving and snorkeling site, as well as an ideal location to hop from one island to another.

The best months to visit are March and April, and the high season runs from December through April. Please note that between May 16th to November 15th, the park is closed.

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