Similan Island is a paradise for diving lovers

 Thailand has many beautiful islands so that it can offer millions of tourist attractions that will surely make you confused to choose. Thailand is home to some of the most spectacular views in the world. This time I discussed Similan Island.

 Not far from Patong Beach, Phuket, about 84 km to the southwest, the islands are collected in a unit called the Similan Islands. The white sand which is owned by its beaches and beautiful sea makes this island a paradise for all who come to enjoy it.

One of the best diving locations in the world

 In addition to the beauty of the beach and the sea, Similan Islands is also famous as a snorkeling and diving destination. Even the National Geographic Society has put it in the list of 10 best dive destinations in the world. Explore Similan island by using the services of manta queen liveaboard, because the choice of packages will not disappoint you.

 Some of the most beautiful coral species in the world grow and can be found in the waters here. Manta Stingrays and friendly whale sharks can also be found here while diving. Ko Similan is the largest island in this cluster and features a unique coral reef.

 Not only that, many naturally beautiful giant rocks can be seen clearly on the coast, and is one of the attractions here. Bring binoculars to find a flock of birds who also live in these islands. We can see white-bellied sea eagles, and black swallows and many other species.

Similan Islands National Park

 The Similan Islands are one of the most famous islands in the Andaman Sea. Similan is a word that comes from Malay, meaning Nine. So, named because the islands consist of nine small islands. Uniquely, each island has its sequence number from 1 to 9 which starts from South to North. Not only 9 islands have been collected here, but 11. But two other islands only became part of 1998.

 The islands are part of the Mu Ko Similan National Park which was established in 1982 and has an area of ​​140 square km. The Similan Islands are highly praised for their beautiful scenery, both on land and underwater. The best time to visit the islands is from November to April.