Before its pristine tourist attractions are closed for the rainy season, tourism authorities are urging visitors to Similan Island.
Similan Island in Phang Nga Province is a well-liked vacation spot recognized for its magnificent beaches, clean waters, and coral reefs.
The island is home to unusual rock formations, such as a sail-shaped rock, a boot-shaped rock, and a rock that resembles Donald Duck’s head. Along with these activities, visitors can go to a viewpoint with a spectacular ocean view and go snorkeling or scuba diving.
Tourists love to take selfies at the horseshoe-shaped bay and sail-shaped rock on the island. The island’s northern region, however, is equally worth investigating because it is home to more oddly shaped rock formations that continue to captivate tourists. Similan is a sanctuary for snorkeling and scuba diving aficionados because of its beautiful coral reefs and diverse fish species.
Similan will be closed from May 16 until October 15 for the monsoon, so visitors have less than a month left to come, according to officials. The goal of this brief shutdown is to give the ecosystem time to fully recover.
Visitors will be able to once more take in Similan Island’s splendor once it reopens, which is renowned for its pristine natural settings, clean waterways, and gorgeous marine life.