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Discover Khao Lak

Khao Lak comprises some of the worlds most idyllic beaches and wild jungle along Thailand’s Andaman coastline. Understated and laid back, the area is perfect for families or travellers seeking serenity, solitude and unspoilt nature. Don’t miss the sunset views from Laem Pakarang promontory, a short drive from the town centre. 


Khao Lak is also a convenient gateway to the Similan and Surin national marine parks, offering spectacular snorkelling and scuba diving. The region makes a convenient central base to explore several other areas such as the extra-quiet Hat Pakarand and Hat Bang Sak, a gorgeous stretch of beach surrounded by rubber-tree plantations and dense mangroves. Other highlights include: various luxury spa centres, an abundance of waterfalls, and the Royal Thai Navy Third Fleet Sea Turtle Nursery.


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Khao Lak has 2 distinct seasons, the dry season, from approximately mid-October to mid-April, and the monsoon season from approximately the end of April to mid-October. The peak tourist season is usually between November and February when the weather is usually most settled.

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Getting There

The closest airport to Khao Lak is Phuket international airport, which takes approximately two hours by road transfer. There are no scheduled airlines that fly directly to Phuket, however, there are flights from all over the UK that will connect via the Middle East or Far East with the opportunity to stopover in various destinations.



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