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45 miles from Patong Bay

KHAO LAK BEACH. 8°39.041N, 98°14.375E

Approach from the west taking care to avoid the rocks around the headland and the isolated rock outcrops just to the north of the anchorage.

Anchor in 3-6 metres on a sand/mud bottom. This anchorage is well protected in the north east monsoon. A short dinghy ride ashore gives access to bungalow resorts and hotels.

The main road leads to Khao Lak National Park headquarters, the spectacular Lampee waterfall and the route south to Phuket.

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Lampee Waterfall, Khao Lak, Phang Nga Province
Lampee Waterfall, Khao Lak, Phang Nga Province | Photo by IMAGE asia
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