Angthong National Marine Park
Mu Ko Angthong National Marine Park consists of 42 jewel-like islands. The larger islands – Phaluai Island, Wua Chio Island, Wua Talap Island and Mae Ko Island – have unique geological features that set them apart. Covered with dense tropical vegetation and named for their distinct features, many of their names are descriptive, translating into English phrases such as “Sleeping Cow Island” or “Three Pillar Island.”
Explore the area’s many caves, hidden lagoons and white-sand beaches, or go kayaking and snorkelling among the shallow coral gardens for an adventure-filled, rewarding day trip. All the islands within the archipelago are clustered, making for breathtaking panoramic views when aboard the yacht.
Koh Mae (“Mother Island”) is a favourite destination for many adventure seekers. An emerald-coloured seawater lake within the island is flanked on all sides by steep limestone cliffs and may be accessed only by an underground tunnel that connects to the sea. Reaching the lake entails a short climb of about 10 minutes, but you’ll be rewarded with a spectacular view that encompasses the entire park.