31 July 2009

Koh Tao THAILAND (Turtle Island)


Koh Tao (Turtle Island) is a resort with spectacular diving destinations in Thai Gulf. This paradise for driver is well recognized globally for its beauty, colorful underwater world unsurpassable by anywhere else.

Koh Tao comprises of 2 main islands: Koh Tao and Koh Nang Yuan. Koh Tao has plenty of small bays and natural beauty. There are 11 bays, 10 capes along the beach front of 28.6 kilometers.

The island also consists of coral reef over 8 kilometers long. And it is accessible the whole year round.

Accommodations are dispersedly along the beachfront. GP, motorbike, and mountain bike for rent are there. Also available are boat and diving gears considered as essential to divers out 10 deep-sea diving and snorkeling. Occasionally it was reported that large whale shark was spotted rooming into this vicinity. North of Koh Too Is Koh Nang Yuan comprising of 3 islets, connected by white sand ridge which render walkway connecting the 3 islets as one during the ebb, Koh Nang Yuan also has unimpaired coral under the emerald sea. It is therefore ideal for swimming and scuba diving

How to get there

Sea Berth 2 routes

1. Chumporn-Koh Too from To Yang pier in Chumporn at 24.00 arrival at Koh Too 06.00 fare Baht 200 per person

Koh Too-Chumporn at 10.00 arrived at Chumporn 15.00 fare Baht 400 per person

2. Surat Thani-Koh Po-Ngan from Municipal pier in Surat Thani at 2.00 arrival at Koh Tao 08.00 fare Baht 250 per person

Koh Too- Surat Thani from 21.00 arrival at Surat Thani 05.00 fare Baht 250 per person

Daily Ferry

Koh Tao-Koh Pa-Ngan has 1 ferry a day setting off from Koh Tao at 14.30 and return from Koh Pa-Ngan at 12.00. Each passage takes 3 hours. fare Baht 250 per person

Picture By:tripadvisor.com

22 July 2009

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07 July 2009

Kota Kinabalu, Sabah Malaysia


Kota Kinabalu formerly Jesselton, is the capital of Sabah state in Malaysia. It is also the capital of the West Coast Division of Sabah. The city is located on the northwest coast of Borneo facing the South China Sea. The Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park lies on one side and Mount Kinabalu, which gave the city its name, is nearby. Kota Kinabalu proper has a population of 579,304, while the larger urban area has an estimated population of 700,000. It is the largest urban centre in Sabah and the sixth largest in Malaysia

Sited just off the coast of Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park which comprises 5 islands; Pulau Gayana, Pulau Manukan, Pulau Sapi, Pulau Sulug and Pulau Mamutik, was gazetted in 1974 as Sabah's second national park under the guardianship of Sabah Park. Though diving at the marine park is possible all year round, the best visibility is enjoyed between March and October before the annual plankton boom occurs. But should you find yourself visiting during the annual plankton season, you will not be disappointed, as the krill bloom attracts whale sharks, a most extraordinary sight. Besides snorkeling and diving, visitors may also try out sea walking or opt for a delightful sunset cruise. Windsurfing and para sailing are conducted just outside of the park's boundaries.

Source By :wikipedia.org,whymustvisitmalaysia.blogspot.com Picture By: virtualtourist.com

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