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Koh Lon  Posted on 06/06/2012
Koh Lon (Koh Lone or Lone Island) located in the middle of Chalong Bay is a quiet and tranquil place. There are only a few small bungalow resorts and a small Muslim village on this island. No roads and no traffic, the only vehicles on Koh...
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Naiharn and Ya Nui  Posted on 05/18/2012
Naiharn and Ya Nui is located on the west coast, a few kilometers north of Laem Promthep on Phuket's southern tip. These beaches are nice and quiet with white sand and crystal clear water. Naiharn and Ya Nui is popular with both...
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Koh Rang Yai  Posted on 01/17/2012
Koh Rang Yai is a small picturesque island that is located 5 kilometers east of Laem Hin on Phuket. The island has a beautiful long sandy beach on the western side and a small beach on the eastern side.In the shade of the trees along the...
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Back to Koh Kaew Yai  Posted on 11/19/2011
Koh Kaew Yai is located 1 km. south of Laem Promthep, Phuket's southernmost point.The Buddha first came came to this island before he went on to Phuket, according to an old legend . Koh Kaew Yai is therefore important for Buddhists...
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Bridges and mangroves  Posted on 11/02/2011
The fishing village Ban Tha Chat Chai is Phuket's northernmost village. Less than 500 meters of water is separating this village on Phuket from Phang Nga on the mainland. 3 bridges is connecting Phuket to the mainland.The traffic on...
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Klong Mudong  Posted on 10/14/2011
Klong Mudong, a large tidal estuary that flows into the mangroves along Phang Nga Bay on Phuket's east coast. The natural scenery here has inspired many artists and been the focus of several photo contests.The Klong Mudong area and...
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Makprok to Yacht Haven Marina  Posted on 09/20/2011
Maprok is located on Phuket's north eastern coast. In one of the villages in this area there is a pier where tourboats and speedboats are departing. These boats are doing daytrips out to the islands in the Phang Nga bay. Most people...
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The mangroves in Paklok  Posted on 08/22/2011
Large parts of the coast in Paklok, on Phuket's eastern side, is covered by mangrove forest. During low tide, local people, mostly fishermen, walk on the mud flats between the mangrove trees that look like they have been planted on...
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Ao Por  Posted on 08/07/2011
Ao Por is a secluded bay on the north eastern coast of Phuket where a muslim fishing village is located. Ao Por is slowly developing, by new real estate projects, a new marina and tourist related business, but it's still a quiet litte...
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  • tanakorn
    tanakorn 18 November 2011 07:21:31

    Hi Colin, nice to hear that you like my blog.
    If you move to Phuket you may want to take your kayak with you from Scotland. Most kayaks for sale in Phuket is sit-on-top kayaks for recreational use. A good kayak is hard to find here, usually it have to be ordered from Pattaya/Bangkok or be imported.
    I am going to post on this blog once or twice a month, with photo's from trips in the Phuket area. It may give you some ideas for future kayak tours.

  • colin 16 November 2011 19:23:19

    hi ,thought i would send you a short email say how much i enjoyed your photos posted .i also have kayak which i use in the summer in loch lomand scotland and also hope too retire in the same area as yourslf in around 36 months time .if you have any advise you can give it will be greatly received :).
    kind regards
    colin

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