Holidays to Lamai
On Thailand's second largest island you'll be surrounded by gorgeous beaches lined with palm trees and clear waters with coral reefs. There are plenty of upscale resorts that offer a vaiety of styles and cuisines and cater for all. Many people - couples, travellers and families alike - come here for the diverse activities on offer including cultural and historical sites. Not to mention the pure tranquility found in the bays and beaches.
A laidback, chic beach resort with fine white sands and clear waters covering a long stretch of the coastline.
Coral Cove Beach
A secluded haven of white sands and blue waters with corals, 10 minute drive north of Lamai.
Built in 1972, this 12 metre golden Buddha sits on an island just off the coast and is visible for miles around.
Wat Plai Laem
This complex of Buddhist temples has a sculpture of Guanyin – an 18-armed Buddha associated with compassion and mercy
A short boat trip away, Ang Thong National Marine Park is a collection of 40 islands dotted with jungles and coves.
A great family day out, this aqua park has trampolines, bumper boats, slides and inflatables.
A classic Thai dish cooked with potatos, nuts, cocnut milk and either beef, chicken or vegetables and rice.
Fresh seafood comes in various dishes from soups to grilled. Prawns and squid are local favourites.
A lively beach venue with fire performers and dancers and choice of plenty of exotic drinks.
A low key and friendly bar with great funky music, a relaxed open vibe and good drinks to boot.
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