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The much-awaited dreamless exodus is now within reach, with many countries lifting lockdown restrictions. But wondering where to go? The answer may lie just in the remote island of Thailand, with their sun-kissed beaches and clear waters that offer the perfect and most exclusive of holiday breaks.

Away from the mainland, you can stay in a beach-facing villa with a private pool that has direct beach access, scuba diving in crystal clear water, or simply walking here along the beautiful beach Spend the afternoon. Peace, privacy, social distinction, crowd protection, soul-pleasing beauty… whatever you need to forget about the stresses of 2020, Thailand's off-the-grid secluded islands promise to deliver!

Koh Phangan and Koh Tao


Situated just beyond Koh Samui, these two charming neighboring islands will let you relax in the lap of nature with lush greenery and tranquility all around. Thanks to the sparse crowd, you can feel safe even while traveling during Kovid-19. You can dive deep and see a huge variety of water animals in the sea. Boating in the blue waters, soaking your feet in the filthy waves, soaking up the sun on the beach or playing with the cats on the island - here you will spend your days creating memories that will erase all the lockdown blues.

Koh Lanta


Located in Crabby Province, you can bask in the sunshine of Koh Lanta and enjoy its balmy weather and pristine beaches from November to April when travelers hitch a ferry. Take a walk on the beach all day long and get a healthy golden tan on Noi Beach or visit a tree-house joint. Watch it by professional boxers at Clegg Dao Stadium, a unique Thai experience designed to showcase the supreme Thai martial art, Muay Thai. Rent a scooter for walking or take public transport if you find it a bit difficult to navigate the mountain roads of the island on a scooter. You can also visit the nearby Koh Lanta Old Town, which is over a hundred years old and contains countless stories.

Koh Yao Yai and Koh Yao Noi


Spread across the Phang-nga province, located about halfway between Phung and Krabi, the beauty of these adventurous islands will astound you. Walking slowly in Koh Yao Wai, famous for its beautiful crescent shape, the spirit of Lem Beach will make you tremble. The row of juicy coconut trees grooming the sandy beach provides a great contrast against the blue waters. Rent a bicycle to ride around rocky land or simply take a boat to the nearby Yao Noi Islands. Its super-clear water, soothing sea breeze, calm and un-immersed atmosphere will soothe your soul. The place is also known for its eco-resorts which consist of ponds with lush flowers that urge you to reconnect with nature.

Koh Kood and Koh Mak


Seeing more than 500 years old wild animals and ancient trees in the dense forests of Koh Kud is one of Thailand's most memorable experiences. You can feast your eyes on the enchanting waterfalls, soothe your nerves on the beach or stroll through the sea on the boardwalk. Also make sure your checklist includes a visit to the observatory, one of the best places on Earth to gaze at the bright moons and luminous planets of our solar system through binoculars. Near Koh Kood, there is the magical paradise of Koh Mak - a raw and fresh island overlooked by most tourists. You can rent a fancy bungalow near the beach and chill in harmony with nature.

Koh Phi Phi


Phi Phi is a group of 6 islands, located two hours from Phuket, which attracts tourists with its mesmerizing beauty. Staying in a luxurious resort and enjoying the nightlife here can be quite exciting. Take lessons at its famous diving school, go boating in the lagoon, play with monkeys at Monkey Beach and see the geographical glow of Lama Bay - all activities that can bring your heart back to life.

Koh Lipe


If you visit the southern tip of Thailand in Satoun province, Koh Leap Island has exceptionally clear and transparent sections of water that make it a favorite spot for scuba diving and snorkeling. If you are a shopaholic then add street shopping to your list!

All tourist destinations in the country are SHA certified, a Thai government initiative that guarantees that certain health, hygiene and safety protocols are regularly followed to ensure your safety while traveling. This can make Thailand one of the safer places to be with your loved ones. So pack your bags and go!