Snorkelling and Bush Walking on Koh Talu – Fun times galore!

Koh Talu, also called Talu Island, attracts visitors from around the earth and from the cities of Thailand as well. Want to know more about Koh Talu and why people love visiting the place?

1) Snorkelling

Aside from its fresh natural air and beautiful coconut trees, Koh Talu is an amazing spot for snorkelling. This privately-owned island which is shaped like a giant whale is home to beautiful coral and various schools of colourful fish.

2) Bushwalking

The island is also an excellent place for hiking or bushwalking. Here, with the help of some professional guides, you can really discover how in tune the island is with nature. Discover the beautiful white sand beaches and even hunt for crabs that you can cook up for dinner.

3) Diving

With Koh Talu having the most complete fringing reef that you can find in the Gulf of Thailand, this makes an excellent spot for diving. Some points can be accessed by simply walking from the beach itself. If you’re looking for a hotel in Hua Hin to stay at while you check out Koh Talu, there’s plenty to select from, such as the Anantara Hua Hin Resort for instance.

4) More

The list of activities doesn’t stop there, Koh Talu also boasts other activities like kayaking and sailing as well. Whether you want to hop on a yacht driven by wind and sails or you want to grab some oars to discover the seascape, there’s always something to do here.

Catalina Forbes is a travel writer who bases her content on many thrilling escapades experienced across the world. Google+

Popular Tourist Attractions in Hua Hin – A City of Miracles

Hua Hin is considered to be a romantic getaway by locals and foreigners alike. Offering you a variety of things to and places to visit, Hua Hin is certainly a must-visit destination in Thailand. There are also many hotels and resorts here where you can unwind, relax and enjoy a memorable vacation.

Mrigadayavan Palace

Built during the 1920s the palace boasts a stunning Italian inspired architecture and a serene ambience. You can visit here without much of a hassle if you are stationed at Anantara Hua Hin Resort since it is located within reach.

Cicada Market

To buy gift items and souvenirs at low prices, head down to the open-air Cicada Market. If you are lodged in a hotel in Hua Hin, you don’t have to rush and hurry back – after exploring the market, you can visit the nearby art gallery and the beer garden.

Shopping Village

Plearn Wan Shopping Village is a complex that’s styled in the 1960s Thai architecture. There are many shops for you to explore here as well as cafés and guestrooms for you to take a bit of a break.

The Chopsticks Mountain

Or as the natives like to call it Khao Takiab, is one of the main attractions in Hua Hin. There’s a temple at the summit of the mountain where you will be surrounded by panoramic views.

Roland Lefevre is a travel writer who specializes in creating features on leisure as well as business travel destinations across the globe. Google+