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About Koh Lipe

Ko Lipe Island in Thailand
Ko Lipe is a Thai island in the Andaman Sea, near Malaysia's border. It's part of Tarutao National Marine Park, which is populated with small islands and known for its coral-rich waters. The island has sandy beaches, including Pattaya and Hat Chao Le. Dive sites in the area include the 8 Mile Rock pinnacle and the Yong Hua Shipwreck. Ko Lipe is home to many aboriginal Malay people, known as the Urak Lawoi.

Koh Lipe is located 60 km from the Thai Mainland, the closest pier is in Pak Bara. It is the most Southern island in Thailand and on a clear day you can see Langkawi Island in Malaysia, which is just 30 km away.

The island is part of the Adang Archipelago, a cluster of about 10 uninhabited  islands (Koh Lipe being the exception). Day trips to the surrounding islands are popular and highly recommend as they are the best way to explore the marine park.

This cluster of islands is part of the much larger Tarutao National Marine Park, a nature reserve established in 1974 as Thailand’s second National Park. It  consists of about 50 islands and covers 1500 km².






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