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Koh Ma is a small island connected to Koh Phangan by a sandbar on Had Mae Had beach. Easily accessible, Koh Ma has only a few bungalows. Many people refer to this island as "Paradise" and find it extremely hard to leave. Koh Ma is surrounded by an amazingly colourful, living reef. It's an ideal location for snorkeling or learning how to dive.
Had Yao or "Long Beach" is picture postcard material, with a one kilometre beach that is wide enough to play football on, sunset views, beautiful vistas and more than enough space to allow for it's ever expanding popularity; many consider it the perfect beach. Had Yao has developed over the years in harmony with the beautiful surroundings, retaining its natural splendor and laid back vibe that drew the first travellers here.
Koh Tae Nok
Koh Tae Nok is a small island, located near Thongsala on the south coast of Koh Phangan. Koh Tae Nok is a great local boat dive, with reef fish, hard corals and the odd small reef shark.
Sail Rock or Hin Bae is considered to many divers one of the best dive sites in the Western Gulf of Thailand located in between Ko Samui, Ko Pha Ngang and Ko Tau. It is a single and large granite rock pinnacle rising to above the surface from a depth of twenty meters. It is famous for its chimney which is a vertical shaft downwards. Its entrance is at eighteen meter deep which you can either exit at ten or five meter. Other submerged rock formations are brilliant as well with one large pinnacle southeast of Sail Rock that goes down to well over thirty meters.
Ang Thong National Marine Park is made up of 42 islands featuring lime stone massifs, tropical rainforests and deserted beaches. This fascinating group of islands, within sight of Koh Samui to the north and west, is geographically different from the other islands in the region. The Ang Thong islands rise from the sea as dramatic walls of rock soaring hundreds of metres high. Besides the many small coves and beautiful beaches, erosion has shaped some interesting formations.
Koh Tao is located about 70 km east of the coastline between Suratthani and Chumphon, in the Gulf of Thailand. Koh Tao translates as Turtle Island, because in the past the waters teemed with sea turtles. Nowadays they have moved on to new breeding grounds since travelers and tourists enjoy Koh Tao's beaches instead.
Koh Nang Yuan
Ko Nang Yuan is a group of three islands northwest of Ko Tao. The pretty little islands are interconnected by a long sandy beach. The long stripe of smooth white sand can be explored on foot. The beaches on the islands are undisturbed and quiet, and they are all clean. The highlight of Nang Yuan is the beautiful scenery of the underwater world. The most magnificent and deepest spot is called Kohng Hin Nang Yuan which has unspoiled and untouched coral reefs.