These are the 10 most beautiful islands in Thailand to fly to from Florida
It’s true that Florida has some of the most beautiful beaches in the United States, but the crystal clear waters and Thai hospitality set the southern islands of Thailand apart. Travelers ready to explore the exotic wilderness can live out bucket list dreams on the serene and natural Thai islands that adorn the Andaman Sea. The most remote and untouched islands are only a quick connection from the mainland. Definitely worth a visit, a hideaway on these tropical islands is an unforgettable experience. These islands offer something for every visitor. Travelers looking for romantic sunsets, lazing on the white sands, local flavors, or snorkeling and kayaking adventures can choose from these ten amazing islands to create the trip of their dreams.
ten Koh Pha Ngan
Although known for its (in)famous Full Moon Parties, Koh Pha Ngan is more than just a party destination. Crystal clear waters and a well-established and welcoming community of foreigners and locals give this island a particularly warm atmosphere. Perfect for an extended stay and well placed for island hopping, upscale and budget travelers can take advantage of all the island has to offer, including beach resorts to suit all tastes and tastes. The travellers.
9 Koh Lanta
A haven for travelers and expats based all over Thailand, Koh Lanta is a thriving community with vegetarian and vegan dining options, co-working spaces, and all the conveniences. Ideal for digital nomads, this island is ideal for sneaking into an island getaway while staying connected. Although known for its backpacker vibe, available accommodation includes luxury options, modern minimalist designs and local flair. Moreover, visitors can enjoy a stay by the beach or hide in the jungle. Among Thai islands, Koh Lanta is hard to beat for variety and convenience.
8 Koh Mouk
Pearl Island, as its name suggests, deserves this title. A short distance from Thailand’s southeast coast, this island offers peaceful seclusion and easy access to the mainland. The secluded beach of Sabai is an ideal starting point for kayaking in the caves along its coast. The perfect place to unwind, a beachside stay is essential for enjoying the mellow tropical vibe that defines Koh Muk. Island hopping to some lesser-known Thai islands is a perfect way to experience uninhabited islands like Ko Waen and Ko Chueak.
seven Koh Libong
Spectacular rocky beaches and curious rock formations make this island a perfect choice for travelers interested in the magic of nature. The rich coastal life makes it an ideal beach for snorkeling. Evenings here are peaceful and quiet, with life revolving around resort towns. Choosing the perfect stay guarantees an ideal getaway, embraced by the wild and untamed charm of the island. The inner area is a steep rise and adventurous visitors should take a local guide to explore this area.
6 Koh Lan
Not to be confused with the Koh Lanta of the same name, Koh Lan is an adventurer’s paradise. Visitors can take the zip line at Nual Beach for an adrenaline rush and the nearby islands also offer unforgettable adventures. Ko Sak offers snorkeling and the rocky Koh Krok is a challenging but rewarding hike. Dotted along its west coast, Koh Lan offers a wide range of beautiful accommodation where the most popular beaches are located. For active travelers who love a good adventure, Koh Lan offers a mix of thrilling adventures and relaxing beaches to rest and recuperate.
5 Koh Phi Phi Don
The only inhabited island in the Phi Phi archipelago, this island is the perfect base from which to explore its uninhabited sisters. Travelers can hire a boat and crew to explore the area. Kayaking and snorkeling offer visitors an exclusive view of the beauty of this region from above and below the water. The island itself is home to white sand beaches, quaint local restaurants and unspoiled wilderness. The elegant and peaceful rooms provide the perfect respite after a day spent exploring the mesmerizing beauty of the island and its surroundings.
4 Koh Jum and Koh Pu
With over a kilometer of mostly unspoiled beach, Koh Jum/Koh Pu is a hidden gem among Thai islands. Perhaps the confused naming of the island contributed to its secrecy. The northern part of the island is known as Koh Pu while the southern part is called Koh Pu, although the land is just a small island. The island is sparsely populated and reserved for the most curious and adventurous travelers. Koh Jum/Koh Pu is the ideal escape for the intrepid traveller. However, those who make the trip are rewarded with wild, pristine beaches and authentic local experiences.
3 Ko Samet
The quintessential beach hideaway, Koh Samet (often spelled Koh Samed as well), is synonymous with laid-back vibes and lazing by the sea. Sunset strolls in the white sands and sunrise breakfasts in the beautiful resorts are the perfect backdrop for a romantic getaway. Visitors looking for recreation can find it here. The atmosphere is pure relaxation at the beach. Grab a page turner and read in a hammock, or grab a cool drink after a dip in the crystal clear waters. The only thing to do here is relax, and it’s perfect for vacationers to rest easy.
2 Koh Yao Yai
The larger of the twin islands of the same name, Koh Yao Yai is a resort haven. There are also plenty of things to do on the island beyond the resorts. The scenic vantage point to the northeast of the island offers stunning views of the mainland and neighboring islands, including sister island Koh Yao Noi. Palm Beach Club attracts sunbathers with its Instagramable decor and enviable location right on the beach. Friendly locals make visitors feel at home all over the island. The magic of Koh Yao Yai extends to resort stays, which feature traditional Thai-style design with modern amenities and conveniences.
1 Koh Yao Noi
Small sister island of Koh Yao Yai, this island is home to several heavenly resorts. Tha Khao Beach offers stunning views of the surrounding area and is particularly striking at sunset when the limestone islands rising out of the bay cast questioning shapes on the horizon. Close to several popular islands, Koh Yao Yai is an ideal base for island touring. The real appeal of Koh Yao Noi, however, is the resort scene. The coastline is dotted with glamorous and welcoming resorts that appeal to all budgets and tastes.