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60 miles from Ao Chalong

KOH TALABENG. 7°37.674N, 99°8.119E

The vertical cliffs of Koh Talabeng and Lanta Noi create a perfectly protected anchorage in 3-6 metres. One of the only accessible Phang Nga-like islands of this bay, dinghy or sea canoe exploration is a must.

Further north, the shallow mangrove river that creates the passage between Lanta Noi and the mainland is interesting and undisturbed, until you reach the ferry pier with highway access.

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