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KOH TALABENG

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KOH TALABENG

60 miles from Ao Chalong

KOH TALABENG. 7° 37.674N, 99° 8.119E

A perfectly protected anchorage in 3-6 metres is created by the vertical cliffs of Koh Talabeng and Lanta Noi. One of the only accessible Phang Nga-like islands of this bay, dinghy 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.

Koh Lanta still has deserted beaches - Photo by IMAGE asia
Koh Lanta still has deserted beaches – Photo by IMAGE asia
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