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Natural Feature
“Koh Yao Yai and Noi are 2 rather large islands situated right between Phuket’s and Krabi’s coasts, at the mouth of Phang Nga Bay. From Phuket, it takes about 45 minutes to get there by local ferry, or 20 minutes by speedboat. For the visitor, Yao Noi is more developed than Yao Yai, with the presence of a good choice of hotels from budget to 5-star. The charm of these islands stands in the fact that they have not been overdeveloped, and that a peaceful community of Muslim farmers and fishermen is the only human presence. Offering a journey back through time to their visitors, these islands have preserved their ancestral traditions and beautiful tropical landscape.”
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Island
“Khai Islands – Koh Khai Nok and Koh Khai Nai – are 2 tiny islets situated to the east of Phuket, only a 20-minute ride by speedboat. The largest of them, Koh Khai Nok, is particularly busy in high season as it offers a pleasant getaway from Phuket for those who want to enjoy sunbathing and snorkelling without the hassle of a long trip at sea. Both islands are uninhabited, and Khai Nok is the only one which can be visited. Featuring all the infrastructures necessary to spend a comfortable day on the beach – restaurants, bars, sun-loungers and umbrellas – the highlight of Koh Khai Nok is the multitude of tropical fish roaming around the shore, giving visitors the great experience of swimming in a natural 'aquarium'.”
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Administrative Area Level 2
“We are situated on the North-Western side of the island, facing the picturesque Limestone Karsks of Phang Nga Bay, illuminated in bright splashes of blue, orange, purple, and pink during sunset. The national park and world-renowned 'Big Tree' (a 300-year old Hopea Beccariana) is a 1.5 hr forest hike or 20 min boat ride away, while to the south, a local Fisherman's village, community market, rice fields, mushroom farm, and coconut plantations are available for visitors to explore. The other side of the island has more lively activities such as the Koh Yao Noi Muay Thai camp, several bars and restaurants, a hidden waterfall, and a local women's community that sells and teaches various cultural handicrafts. All throughout the island, one can experience idyllic beaches, unique birds like the Hornbill and Blue Winged Fairy Bird, and the simple pleasures of preserved island life.”
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Bar
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Cafetería
“Best place for homemade healthy choices on the island. Karin's menu fulfills any cravings, amidst an idyllic setting of up-cycled creations handcrafted by her husband Gai. The Turmeric Creamer is a must to try!”
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Restaurante
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School
“Proceeds from Ani Villas goes to support the tuition fees of aspiring art students. ”
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Natural Feature
Point of Interest
“Ask around for Mr. Lek and book a all day boat trip out fishing or swimming. ”
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