Thailand has over 2000km of coastline along the Gulf of Thailand, a shallow arm of the south China sea with an average depth of 45m. Many Thai islands in this area are popular tourist destinations. Koh Samui, Koh Phangan, Koh Tao and Koh Chang are the most known ones. These islands have good weather between November and August and warm, crystal clear waters.


Northern Gulf of Thailand
Koh Samet photo gallery  - 39 pictures of Koh Samet
Koh Larn photo gallery  - 7 pictures of Koh Larn
Koh Chang photo gallery  - 19 pictures of Koh Chang
Koh Kut photo gallery  - 23 pictures of Koh Kut
Rayang and Koh Mak islands photo gallery  - 10 pictures of Rayang and Koh Mak islands
39 photos of Koh Samet, a beautiful island of near Rayong in the Gulf of Thailand
7 photos of Koh Larn island near Pattaya, in the Gulf of Siam
19 photos of the island of Koh Chang, off Thailand's southeastern coast
23 photos of the island of Koh Kut in Mu Koh Chang Marine National Park archipelago
10 photos of the islands of Koh Mak and Rayang in Mu Koh Chang Marine National Park archipelago
Hua Hin photo gallery  - 16 pictures of Hua Hin
16 photos of Hua Hin, a popular beach resort 200km south of Bangkok

Southern Gulf of Thailand
Koh Samui photo gallery  - 112 pictures of Koh Samui
Koh Phangan photo gallery  - 38 pictures of Koh Phangan
Koh Nang Yuan photo gallery  - 10 pictures of Koh Nang Yuan
Mu Ko Ang Thong Marine National Park photo gallery  - 15 pictures of Mu Ko Ang Thong Marine National Park
Koh Tao photo gallery  - 10 pictures of Koh Tao
112 photos of Koh Samui, a beautiful island in the southeast of Thailand
38 photos of Koh Phangan, a smaller, less developed island located to the north of Koh Samui
10 photos of Nang Yuan, three small islands near Koh Tao connected by a beautiful beach
15 photos of the Mu Ko Ang Thong Marine National Park in the Gulf of Thailand
10 photos of Koh Tao, a small island to the north of Koh Samui, famous for its diving sites
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