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Pattaya Beach, Koh Lipe
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About Koh Lipe
Koh Lipe is a small island in the Southern part of the Andaman sea. It is located in Satun Province, close to Langkawi island (Malaysia), about 60 Kilometres (38 miles) from the mainland. It is part of the Tarutao National Marine Park, a large group of over 70 islands, and also part of a smaller cluster of islands called the Butang Islands or Adang Archipelago.
Koh Lipe is famous for diving and snorkeling, and for the beautiful beaches and the relaxed atmosphere.
There are 3 main beaches on Koh Lipe: Pattaya Beach, Sunrise Beach, and Sunset Beach, all within 15 minutes walking distance.
From the end of October until early May you can exit and enter Thailand from Koh Lipe to Langkawi, Malaysia.
The Tarutao National Marine Park consists of a group of 51 islands in the Southern part of the Andaman Sea, near the Thai - Malay border.
 
Koh Lipe is evolving to an all year destination, with ferries from Pak Barra running all year. From November until May Koh Lipe can be reached from several destinations across the Andaman Sea.
A few things you should know before you come to Koh Lipe about doctors, hospitals, the lack of ATM's, mobile phones and internet
   
 
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