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48 miles from Ao Chalong

HAT KHLONG CHAK. 7°28.712N, 99°5.166E

The southernmost accessible beach, also known as Waterfall Bay, has good holding close inshore in 6 -10 metres on a sandy bottom. At the north end is a river clearly visible from the sea, with Phru Bon Falls at its head – well worth a visit. Further south, the road stops close to the lighthouse at the ranger station for Mu Koh Lanta National Park. There’s often an uncomfortable ground swell but snorkelling is excellent and there are several restaurants ashore.

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