Being naturally favored stretching smooth sandy beaches, crystal blue sea water, the charming small Koh Lipe is entitled the Maldivies of Thailand.
Stepping onto the island, tourists definitely overwhelmed by the stunning beauty of beaches which has attracted a large number of both local and foreign tourists during the high season, from the beginning of November to the end of April. Ko Lipe offers three main beaches, namely Pattaya, Sunrise, and Sunset. Significantly, they are connected by walking streets served for pedestrians.
Visiting Koh Lipe Island, you would probably be mesmerized by stretching white sand beaches. This is a perfect destination to fresh your mind after days of working and studying hard, and, temporarily set all concerns and worries of the hectic life aside. Because the island is bustling, it offers environmentally friendly hotels and guesthouses that are characterized by natural materials, bamboos, for instance, leaves roofs, and lush trees.
Running along the bustling coastal road, food stands and restaurants serve a variety of foods and drinks, from fresh seafood to tropical fruits. Additionally, all the bars are crowded with guests till the early morning of the next day. Thus, it’s a favorite place for those who love engaging in the bustle and hustle.
Stretching along the entire eastern part of the island, Sunrise Beach features the peaceful and tranquil atmosphere and separate luxury resorts which are totally different from 2 other beaches. Additionally, the beach is distinguishingly characterized by a white long sand hill that heads to the sea creates a small sand bay. This is also the most beautiful view on the island that I like and often go there to enjoy the charming sea view and relax at the same time.
As the name would imply, Sunset is the ideal spot for visitors to watch the sunset. Tourists can stay overnight right on the beach by hiring tents for camping. How amazing!. At Sunset Beach, you can also rent camping tents. In addition to main 3 beaches, tourists might make a visit to deserted islands by boat, particularly, Koh Adang and Koh Rawi Islands.
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