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Island Hop in Thailand | Island Hopping Around Phuket

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Phuket is undoubtedly one of Thailand's most exciting beach destinations. Endowed with white sandy beaches, fascinating rock formations and its old town, Phuket's coastline is a dream destination for many. As a result, Phuket is among the best places to island hop in the Andaman Sea.

Are you planning to travel to Phuket, Thailand and want to explore the surrounding islands but you do not know where to begin? This Thailand island hopping guide showcases some of the popular islands you can visit easily from Phuket within a day trip.

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1. Get to dive and snorkel at Koh Racha Yai

The island of Koh Racha Yai is adorned with wonderful beaches, secluded bays, and some accommodation centres. The crystal clear waters and abundant sea life allow for diving and snorkelling activities, which is why many tourists are drawn to this island. All boats dock at Patok Bay which has the longest beach. The Siam Beach is the quieter side of the Koh Racha Yai Island where you can get to view some peculiar wildlife.

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2. Look at stunning views from the two viewpoints in Phi Phi Don

Phi Phi Don is among the biggest islands and only inhabited island in Phi Phi islands. It is a huge tourist hub featuring busy boat piers and a wide array of restaurants, shops and hotels for all sorts of budgets. The island has a reputation of hosting many island parties, but it is worth visiting due to the wide array of stunning views. If you want some peace and quiet, you can visit the white sandy beaches and magical blue waters which are surrounded by wonderful scenery. Go up to the 2 viewpoints that overlook the breathtaking surroundings to get a better view.

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3. Explore Koh Yao Yai with an ATV Tour

This island is full of exciting adventures. Located 25 minutes from Bang Rong pier in Phuket if you travel by speedboat, Koh Yao Yai has some very nice accommodations suitable for different budgets. It is a wonderful offbeat island gateway for those who are searching for a special island experience in Thailand. ATV never gets old. Go off-road on a half day tour through jungles, palm gardens through to local villages and a hidden beach!

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4. Spend a day on Koh Yao Noi on the water boating or kayaking

Koh Yao Noi is a bit more developed than Koh Yao Yai and can also be reached from the Bong Rong Pier. It takes around one hour to get to the island. You can visit for a day or choose to stay longer as there are several accommodation options. There is a range of activities to do in Koh Yao Noi. Kayaking or water boating is one of the many popular choices. There are daily excursions, with knowledgeable guides to make sure you see all the stunning views has to offer.


On your next or first visit to Phuket, you should definitely include the mentioned Thailand island hopping routes in your itinerary. The best way to island hop in Thailand is probably by doing some research beforehand to avoid spending too much money on island hopping tours. Going with some company is always a great idea rather than going alone. Arranging the island hopping tours yourself is the cheapest option. Doing some research on the best island hopping route in Thailand before making a visit is a smart idea.

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