We start by take VIP Lomprayah bus at Khaosan road BKK on time 10.00 PM Friday night to Suratthani Province about 7.00 AM [about 6 hours . ]
The Catamaran High Speed Ferry
And then we take The Catamaran High Speed Ferry from Suratthani port to Nangyuan Island
Ferry provide all convenient facilities service, fully air-conditional, include standard security system. Take time about 1.5 hour We sit on the Boat.
Finally we reach Koh Nangyuan.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.
Her beaches, formed by the oceans currents interacting with the three peaks of the island made this triple strand of beach which is unique to the world. The resorts architects studied the island carefully, and built a resort harmonious with the natural rock formations of the island. They left the beach untouched, and built on the boulders of the island to ensure privacy, solitude, and environmental serenity.
We stay at Nangyuan Island Dive Resort . check in 11:00 AM we walk along the sand to reach the bungalows
We check in and take rest at 11 am
Nangyuan has one of the most beautiful beaches where you can sit and enjoy quiet sunsets on the beach, no cars or hustle or bustle. of the most beautiful beaches where you can sit and enjoy quiet sunsets on the beach, no cars o.
In the afternoon we can relax and enjoy diving at Koh Nangyuan and also take many pics at the beach .
My friends go diving at koh Nangyuan . This VDO from Youtube .
We all take many pics on the beach
We had dinner the resturant , it is the set memu .
I take pics at the night time.
On the 2nd day we have trip to diving at Kho Tao . It is the VDO that take from You tube.
We do not stay at Koh Tao , only snorkelling .
Imagine a small tropical island with incredible snorkelling and scuba diving, a rich jungle in the centre and surrounded by remarkably quiet, palm tree laced beaches. You're imagining Koh Tao, a small island off the southern coast of Thailand not far from the better known (but more crowded) Koh Samui.