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Top 3 attractions to explore in Satun

The province is on the Malay Peninsula, on the shore of the Andaman Sea. It possesses almost 100 islands with beautiful beaches.

Attractions in Satun

Ko LipeKo Lipe, Satun, Thailand

Koh Lipe is a small L-shaped island located in southern Thailand’s Satun Province near the Thailand/Malaysia border. It belongs to the Adang-Rawi Archipelago, situated on the outskirts of the Tarutao National Marine Park. Originally only inhabited by Sea Gypsies, the Chao Ley who gave the island its name – Koh Lipe means Paper Island in Chao Ley, Koh Lipe has been through rapid development to face the increasing tourism demand.

Mu Ko Phetra National Park298 Pak Nam, La-ngu District, Chang Wat Satun 91110, Thailand

Mu Ko Phetra national park near Khao To Ngai by the sea, the spot was carved by nature consisting of several hundred million-year-old rocks from two different eras. The connected areas seem to transport us through time and space. Besides the main attraction, you can also enjoy beautiful nature and fresh sea breeze.

Tarutao National Park325 Walking Street, Ko Tarutao, Mueang Satun District, Chang Wat Satun 91000, Thailand

Established as a marine national park in 1974, Tarutao National Marine Park is covering 1490 km² area at the southernmost Thailand off the coast at Satun Province in the Andaman Sea. The park consists of 51 islands within two groups; Tarutao Group to he east and Adang-Rawi Group to the west. There are three archipelagos in the park; Tarutao Archipelago, Klang Archipelago and Adang Archipelago.

Map of attractions in Satun