Hin Daeng
Despite being a hazard to ships this submerged open water reef on the outer edge of the Andaman Sea is a superb diving spot featuring diverse colorful corals.

Koh Ha (Five Island)
An archipelago of five islands, Koh Ha Yai is where shallow water coral reefs are located.

Koh Hai
This small island has a long sandy beach in the east and unspoiled shallow water coral reefs at the beachfront. The island is accessible by taking a ferry and a chartered boat from Pak Meng Pier, Trang province.

Koh Rok
This attraction is actually comprised of two islands: Koh Rok Nai and Koh Rok Nok. Koh Rok Nai is composed mainly of steep cliffs with superb beachs and unspoiled coral reefs among rocks. On the other hand, Koh Rok Nok has soft white sandy beaches and shallow water coral reefs towards the southeast and south with Hat Thalu and Ao Man Sai situated at the end of the island. Visitors can contact tour operators, resorts and bungalows on Koh Lanta Yai for an excursion to Koh Rok by speedboat. However, it is not recommended to take the trip by long-tail boat.

Koh Talabeng
This is a limestone island similar to Koh Phi Phi Le with numerous small and attractive beaches and caves that are clearly visible during low tide. Another attraction is the swallows that can be seen on the island.

Mu Koh Lanta National Park
Covering an area of 152 square kilometers, the Park is comprised of many different-sized islands, some of which are surrounded by beautiful coral reefs such as Koh Ha, Koh Rok and Koh Hai. The Parks main island is Koh Lanta Yai, where both the Headquarters and National Park Office are located. The island itself is generally rugged and mountainous with gravelly and sandy beaches to the south. The most suitable time to visit Koh Lanta is from November to April. For more information please contact Mu Koh Lanta National Park, No.5, Tambon Koh Lanta Yai, Amphoe Koh Lanta, Krabi 81150, Tel. 0-7562-9018-9.