When the boat went inside the mesmerizing laguna I was breathless, what a unique and unspoiled place!
Soon, the other boats were off and we were there at that paradise all alone, being overtaken by its beauty.
The new drone laws in Thailand didn’t allow us to give you a wider perspective of the place, yet maybe that’s not by chance. Perhaps, a little mystery will make it even better when your eyes seat on it for the first time.
Here all addresses and extra info from everything you saw on the video:
Address: Pasai Beach, Koh Yao Noi
GPS: 8.099997, 98.619263 (copy and paste in map’s search bar for exact location)
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Esanlongtin/
Our hotel was a budget beachfront bungalow with simple bamboo rooms and private cold shower.
Prices were around 600-700 baht per night at the time we stayed (high season).
Koh Hong – เกาะห้อง
Koh Hong Laguna GPS: 8.079169, 98.676429 (copy and paste in map’s search bar for exact location)
Koh Hong Beach GPS: 8.079212, 98.680528 (copy and paste in map’s search bar for exact location)
Entering the laguna by boat is free, those wishing to visit the beachside will have to pay a 300 baht National Park conservation fee.
This is one of the top places to see, don’t skip it! If you’re staying in Phuket, Phi Phi or other nearby islands I would recommend you to arrange a day trip, you won’t regret it.
Koh Laolading – เกาะเหลาลาดิง
GPS: 8.104116, 98.682534 (copy and paste in map’s search bar for exact location)
As the bay is quite small, depending at the time of the day you stop by, the island will be really crowded.
Still, it is definitely a stunning place but if you wish to avoid crowds plan to start your trip early or to make a different route than the majority of the boats.
Koh Pak Bia – เกาะผักเบี้ย
GPS: 8.117530, 98.675635 (copy and paste in map’s search bar for exact location)
The two islets divided by a shallow body of water are a cool place to lay in the sand and do nothing, go for a swim or just explore the surroundings.
With this one, I will have to say sorry but no GPS location, what happened is that the boatman informed us the name as “Monkey Island”, the way they advertise it to tourists. Unfortunately, that’s not the Thai name after translation and as there are many islands around this area, it’s really hard to point the right one out.
Don’t worry though, if you grab a snorkeling/diving trip, they will know what you’re talking about and will be able to bring you there.
Koh Nok – เกาะนอก
GPS: 8.080076, 98.627353 (copy and paste in map’s search bar for exact location)
Just another piece of heaven.
Baan Chang Restaurant
Address: Pasai Beach, Koh Yao Noi
GPS: 8.101417, 98.620864 (copy and paste in map’s search bar for exact location)
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/baanchangkohyaonoi/
Open from 10:30 am to 10:30 pm.
Beautiful restaurant with traditional ambiance and a few veganizable options on the menu.
Pizzeria La Luna
Address: Nearby Six Senses Yao Noi
GPS: 8.122610, 98.619550 (copy and paste in map’s search bar for exact location)
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Pizzeria-RestaurantLa-luna-Koh-Yao-noi-1595779797309503/
Open from 1:30 pm to 12 am, closed on Sundays.
Nice space counting with vegan ice-cream and vegan cheese-less pizza.
Beachfront Thai Massage
Address: Southern tip of Pasai Beach, Koh Yao Noi
GPS: 8.097786, 98.618204 (copy and paste in map’s search bar for exact location)
While in Thailand it is almost a duty to have regular Thai massages.😜
What a wonderful experience! How lucky we are to be able to witness such beauty while pregnant, we believe the state of mind is definitely reflecting on the baby.❤️
So much more is coming! Stay connected.☀️