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Other Places- Phuket, Thailand's largest island off its southwestern coast, is surrounded by 32 smaller islands and dotted with pristine beaches. If you seek a quiet, isolated beach with few tourists and distractions, try the Emerald Bay in Patong or Mai Khao Beach, though it should be avoided in the rainy season due to dangerous under currents. For those in research of action and excitement, Patong and Karon beaches are pleasurable paradises for water lovers with opportunities to windsurf, water ski, parasail, sail and surf, as well as shop and party.

Phi Phi Don & Phi Phi Le Islands
Take a short boat trip to the tropical Phi Phi Don and Phi Phi Le islands of Krabi Province and stay to snorkel around the area's coral reefs and underwater vertical walls, explore limestone caverns, and hike through wooded trails. A day trip to the Similan Islands in the northwest is worthwhile because of the area's famous diverse marine life.But much more than the above, Phuket is an island of forested hills, coconut and rubber plantations, lush rice fields and wildlife parks. Take an extra three days to venture into the interior of the island, where many other attractions are waiting to be discovered. A leisurely walk through Phuket town, in the southeast, will yield ancient Mediterranean-style buildings and an open-air market. At Kalama Beach on the west coast is Phuket FantaSea, a theme park that offers canivals, shopping, buffet at a 4,000.

Koh Samui
KOH SAMUI White sands, swaying palms, dense tropical foliage, rocky outcrops and hidden coves this is Samui Island. White images like these could bring to mind many of Thailand's other offshore islands, Koh Samui has secret and quiet allures that set it apart from all others. Koh Samui has made a successful transition from a backpacker island to world-class holiday destination without losing its charm and character.
While the main beach of Chaweng is a busy busting tourist spot, the rest of the island retains the laid back, easy going charm that made it such a firm favourite with backpackers. Now 5-star hotels coexist peacefully with the local fishing villages as well as budget resorts.
Add to the mix an eclectic array of spas, healing centres, dive centers, wonderful restaurants, beach bars, a colourful mix of permanent local residents and nightclubs carrying names such as The Green Mango, and you start to understand the unique charm of Koh Samui. The beaches, of course, add to the island's attraction. The Chaweng, Lamai and Maenam, Bo Phut and Big Buddha beaches are all you want from a beach destination, sweeping crescents of white sand shaded by coconut palms and perfect weather conditions most months of the year. For those looking for more than a hotel and a beach, the nearby islands of Ang Thong National Marine Park make a great excursion while a four wheel-drive mountain tour is also highly recommended.

The island's three inland waterfalls are made for quiet afternoon picnics and cooling swims.
A few kilometers away, the Bo Phut fishing village is a trip back into time, with its old beachfront houses and slow pace of life.