Discover this beautiful Thai Island with a Phuket boat rental. Visit Phang Nga Bay, Phuket Town, Pattaya, and Koh Phi Phi for incredible fishing, dive sites, and waterfalls.
Situated in the southern part of mainland Thailand and Phuket Island, Phang Nga Bay is known for its glorious and stunning limestone cliffs, mangrove forests, as well as its smaller island, Koh Tapu, or better known James Bond Island for its appearance in a Bond movie. Visitors, who sail into the island, will also take the time to sail through the Phang Nga Bay which is known for its picturesque backdrop – it is also one of the few places in the country that despite the season, Phuket boat rentals can expect smooth waters.
This mountainous island located off the Andaman Sea is the largest island of Thailand but also a tourist favorite. From Phuket boat rentals to travelers flying in, this island is home to a mix of old and new, from trendy brands and stores to authentic historical building, Phuket is a must-see for any traveling sailor or visitor who is looking to see the influence of European culture to Asian culture. Plus – for the sailor lover, Phuket is home to the Phuket International Boat Show as well as the Phuket Kings Cup Regatta.
Looking to have a romantic or low-key evening with your special someone? Take in the Chao Phraya River with a dinner cruise. This Thailand activity is one that allows you to take in the lustful scenery of the coastlines of Bangkok. From the Temple of Dawn and the Grand Palace that is illuminated in the evening – you’ll be sure to enjoy this boatsetter activity!
This island, the second largest in Thailand as well as a tourist favorite. For those who are keen in Phuket boat rentals to navigate to this bodacious island, they will find themselves surrounded by a mixing of old and new, outgoing and subdued beauty. The beaches of the island are home to many international outdoor festivals, while also being home to some of the world’s most romantic and peaceful outdoor restaurants. From waterfall Nam Tok Na Muang and to the second largest beach on the island, Hat Lamai, this island is both boisterous and a traveler's oyster to adventure.
Home of the Ocean Marina Pattaya Boat Show, this island is a seaside goldmine. No other place in the country does an island create an itch to go out and do a Phuket boat rental quite like Pattaya. During the boat show, visitors and locals alike get to experience the luxuries of yachts and boats alike on the picture perfect waters of Pattaya.
amui is Thailand’s second largest island a popular stop for tourists looking to do some snorkeling and diving as their Thailand activities during the trip. Known for attracting all budget travellers – Ko Samui has pristine waters that make it a divers and snorkelers paradise with exotic and vibrant fishes. From the lively and bustling Chaweng Beach to the neighboring and slightly reserved and quiet Lamai Beach, tourists are able to experience an array of water activities.
Yok Yor Marina & Restaurant offers a mix of Asian and European cuisines. For those looking to add a special touch to their dining experience, Yok Yor Marina & Restaurant, offers a dinner cruise through the Chaophraya River. While on the cruise, you can choose from an a la carte menu or their customized dinner menus. Known for their exquisite preparation of seafood dishes, their deep fried soft-shell crab is a must!
Located to the southwest of Krabi, Koh Phi Phi is a tourist paradise – from the perfect sand beaches to the cool blue ocean waters, this island is a the perfect place for those looking for a good time to cavort. A popular stop and go-to for tourists looking to navigate the waters through a Phuket boat rental, Koh Phi Phi offers sailors a first hand look at King Cruiser Wreck. This dive site is home to the sunken passenger ferry as well as now the home to many sea creatures such as snappers, leopard sharks, barracudas as well as lionfish and sea turtles.
One of the hidden and special wonders of Thailand include the elusive Phang Nga Bay. While kayaking through waters, you’ll arrive to the cave of wonders and get a first hand experience of the limestone sea caves. This natural wonder is a must see for tourists far and near!
Once a year the beaches and ocean lines of Ko Pha-Ngan are filled with nearly 30,000 visitors and locals who participate in the Full Moon Party. For those who prefer to be a boatsetter rather than fist-pump partying, then you can look to local boat rentals and enjoy the party from the water. Drift away and enjoy the clear waters while taking in the natural scenery of Ko Pha-Ngan.
Looking to do something low-key? Or maybe you prefer to experience life and Thailand activities through the eyes of a local – what better way to be a local than taking in their floating markets at Damnoen Saduak. Navigating through the capitals waterways, see how local shop for fresh and unique produce native to the region but for the history buff – experience the canal waterways that was created by King Rama IV in the 19th century.
Travelling with your family? Eating on a budget, but want to experience authentic Thai cuisine? The Namkhem Marina Pier & Restaurant offers a menu that is both budget friendly and reasonable. This restaurant, is a stones throw away from the to the iconic Similan Islands National Park. Enjoy an authentic and budget friend Thai meal that offers aromatic flavors and fresh from the sea seafood – you can’t go wrong with the Namkhem Marina Pier & Restaurant.
Looking for a beachside dining experience, look no further than On The Rock. With perfect seating for all customers, you can enjoy an authentic Phuket dining with a view of the sunset and the rushing waves of the sea. Steps from Karon Beach, after your fine dining at On The Rock, stroll the white sand beaches or sail into the sunset for the next adventure. This restaurant is a favorite for both locals and tourists alike.
This 4-Star fine dining restaurant is located off the Andaman Sea. Decorated with accolades for classic Western and Thai culinary cuisines, each dish is a culinary masterpiece. Dishes made with locally grown produce and freshly caught seafood – the Boathouse Wine & Grill; deliver a unique dining experience that is unique to Phuket.
Imagine bypassing the waiters and servers and going on an excursion to the island of Koh Samui, the second largest island of Thailand for a private beach picnic. There is nothing quite like this Phuket dining experience – where you can dock your boatsetter rental and spend the day eating and drinking by the picturesque ocean. If you are looking for a more intimate experience with a special someone, you can go down the coast of Koh Samui, to Chaweng Reagent Beach Resort to experience a private tropical romantic dinner on the beach.