An unforgettable experience.
Pak Meng Beach (or Hat Pak Meng) is a cosy, tourist-friendly place, mostly attended by Thai visitors on the weekends. If you’re looking to experience Thailand as it used to be twenty years ago, you need to look no further.
Hat Chao Mai National park hosts a variety of rare birds, sea turtles, and is one of the last dugong hangouts in the world.
From Pak Meng, it’s easy to reach the nearby islands like Koh Mook or Koh Kradan, which offer also a wide range of accommodation. The Islands are covered with dense rainforest and rubber trees, and offer stunning white sandy beaches; perfect for lazy and relaxing beach holidays.
Nearby Trang Town is also worth a visit. Explore the local markets and shopping centres during the day; take a break at the famous Trang Coffee Shops; enjoy the local specialities – coffee, cake and delicious roast pork. In the evening, the Trang Night market beacons, which many say is the best in Southern Thailand.
Ko Ha is formed of five islands, which offer a large variety of unique dive sites including The Chimney, Twin Cathedral or Ko Ha Lagoon. Every site is guaranteed to impress, with a scenery including coral covered boulders, stunning caverns and spectacular swim-throughs; as well as amazing hard coral gardens.
Ko Rok Nok and Ko Rok Nai enchant the eye with pristine hard corals. The untouched local dive sites – Ko Mook, Ko Wean, Ko Kradan and Hin Nok – offer a vast diversity of marine macro-life, including Tiger-Tail Seahorses and countless varieties of exotic nudibranches and Shrimp.
Hin Daeng and Hin Muang – two submerged rocks standing only a few hundred metres from each other – are covered with beautiful soft coral, anemones and gorgonians. Rated as one of the best dive spots in the world, the area boasts huge schools of fish that circle the twin peaks. These shoals often attract some giants of the sea, including Giant Barracudas, Jacks and Tuna. Encounters with Manta Rays and Whale Sharks aren’t uncommon either and offer an unforgettable undersea encounter. For those who dare to delve deeper, huge Rays, Leopard Sharks and even Grey Reef sharks can be spotted.