Island and Ngai Island is located in the Lanta Archipelago National
Park, Klong Tom, Krabi in the Indian Ocean. Lanta Archipelago is geographically
filled with the overlapping ranges of mountains covered by green forests.
Beaches are right behind the island.
ROK NAI ISLAND
The island is featured by the tall cliffs with reddish reefs which have
long been eroded by the wind. The mountain peak is 208 meters above
the sea level. The out-stretched beach in the east will be uncovered
during low tide.
ROK NOK ISLAND
The island is as large as Rok Nok Island, where its peak is 156 meters
above the sea level. There are two large areas of plain ground in the
valley called Had Talu Valley and Our Marn Prai Valley.
The island is a triangle-like figure. Beaches with the lines of coral
reefs can be found in the east.
Expuisite beaches can be foud in the east of Rok Nai Island and in the
southeast as well as in the south of Rok Nok Island holds a white and
fine sandy beach, while Rok Nai Island has a short and steep beach.
coral reef lines which can be foud amidst the reefs in the eastern channel
of Rok Nai Island. In the south as well as the southeast of Rok Nok
Island lay the under surface coral
reefs. Thong Cape is a small island in the north end of Rok Nai Island.
By standing on the Rok Nok Island opposite Thong Cape, the tourists
can admire the beauty of sunset disappearing from
the arc channel.
Had Talu which is at the back of Rok Nok Island is 40-meter wide, with
the fine and white sandy beach. The forest line along this beach is
covered with 'Terminalia tree'. Wallking through this forest for approximately
180 meters to the other side of Rok Nok Island, the horseshoe-like bay
will be discovered.
beach on Ngai Island is long and tranquil which is ideal for swimming
and for appreciating the scene of the shord lines of Mah Island, Chuak
Island, Waen Island and Mook Island lying one after another and being
surrounded by the sea water. In addition, Ngai Island is another excellent
place for observing the perfect undersurface coral reefs.