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Most visitors who come to Koh Lanta come for the glorious beaches and an opportunity to relax on one of the
most beautiful islands in Southeast Asia. Another reason is for the excellent diving on offer, for both beginners
and experts alike. However, there is much more to Koh Lanta including numerous waterfalls and caves, a
national marine park and excellent spas, all waiting for you to explore and enjoy.
Ta Nod Beach and Lighthouse
It is the end spot of the island, actually looking more a cape than a
beach. Some call "Laem Ta Nod" meaning Ta Nod Cape. Ta Nod
Beach is regarded as one of the most beautiful beaches, delightful
and tranquil beach. Visitors come here to see the Lighthouse, the
symbol of Koh Lanta like I did. It 's hardly to find any visitors here
because of the dirt and sloppy road to go. Once you are here, don't
miss to climb up to the Lighthouse and take a photo. Sunset here is
unique and second to none. Far-view island from this spot is Koh
Ngai. There is no resort here as it is in the national park area.
Khao Mai Kaew Caves
Situated in the south of Koh Lanta, these caves are spectacular and
consist of numerous chambers with stalactites, stalagmites and
fascinating rock formations. The entrance to the caves sits on
privately owned land and a guide will take you there via a rubber tree
plantation, jungle and over a series of rope bridges.

Open: daylight hours
Admission: 40 baht
Take Koh Lanta's waterfall walk and enjoy the magical sight of
fresh, clear spring waters gushing down the mountain. During dry
spells the flow reduces to somewhat, but the one hour, uphill walk
near to Klong Jark Beach follows the stream and is not too strenuous.
It's certainly worth the slight exertion to swim in the cool, refreshing
rock pool situated at the bottom of the waterfall.
There are so many reasons to visit Mu Ko Lanta National Park but to
come here you have to think of transportation first. If you don't plan to
drive around in the island a lot, it's not a problem as your resort can
arrange a three-hour tour for you. It is worth staying for a few hours in
the national park as the road to get here is bumpy. Pack some food
and cold drinks for a picnic by the amazingly beautiful sandy Tanod
Beach. Sunbathing and swimming should be included in your program
but what you can also do is to climb up to the Lighthouse to have a
birds-eye view of the neighboring islands and the turquoise water.
Afterwards you can do some jungle trekking for one hour and hire a
boat to go to Koh Ngai, the island facing Tanod Beach.
Lanta Old Town Village
The picturesque old capital town is definitely worth visiting for a glimpse
into the island's past. The Chinese style timber shop house date back
100 years when it became the commercial center for the island's
fishermen and farmers. At the center of town are the monument of
Majesty Kom Luang Chumpor Ket U Domsak, Koh Lanta's founder and
first formal officers.