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August 15, 2017 – 03:54 pm
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Thailand Map
Thailand is the geographical heart of South-East Asia. The infamous golden triangle, located at the nation's northernmost point, is where Thailand's borders meet those of both Laos and Myanmar (Burma).

The border with Myanmar continues to the west and then south as far as the Malay peninsula, much of which is occupied by Thailand. On the east, the border with Laos meanders southeast along the Mekong River until it reaches Cambodia, which is due east of Bangkok, the Thai Capital.

In the south is the Gulf of Thailand. Roughly the size of France (200, 000 sq. miles), Thailand is composed of four main regions.

Phuket Island
the Pearl of the Andaman
The map above was prepared as a fun and useful tool in helping you orientate yourself. Featured here, are the location of hotels, local businesses and of course the popular beaches.

Fondly referred as the "Pearl of the Andaman", the island possess remarkable beauty with tropical hillsides in the north and along the south and west. Once renown for its tin mines and rubber plantations, visitors now arrive looking for a place to relax and explore the scenery.

You can find rubber plantations but gone are the tin mines. The popular beaches are Patong, Kata and Karon, situated on the western part of the island with tidal mud flats in the east.

Distance From Phuket Town

Panwa 7 K.M. Wat Chalong 8 K.M. Kathu Distict Chalong Bay 11 K.M. Heroine Monument 12 K.M. Patong Beach 15 K.M. Kata Beach 17 K.M. Rawai Beach Naihan Beach 18 K.M. Phromthep Cape 19 K.M. Karon Beach 20 K.M. Surin Beach 24 K.M. Kamala Beach 26 K.M. Naiyang Beach 30 K.M. Phuket Airport 32 K.M. Sarasin Bridge
Source: www.phuketjettour.com
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