Monday, March 28, 2016

Lipe Trip: Koh Rawi and Koh Hin Ngam at Tarutao National Park


Hey, hey! Happy Easter Monday everyone!!! *throws Easter eggs and chocolates*

Are you guys sick of my island post yet? I hope not シ 'cause what I'm about to do right now is to load you up with more and more of these images, until you get sick of it! LOL. Just kidding. I wouldn't go that far really. Just relax and enjoy scrolling them k?

Koh Hin Ngam at Tarutao National Park
Koh Hin-Ngam, the "Island of Beautiful Stones" is sometimes being referred as Koh Pulo. It's a small unique island offers no ordinary white sandy beach but small black stones attractively polished and shaped by the waves during monsoon season each year.

Koh Hin Ngam at Tarutao National Park
A friendly reminder to all potential visitors out there, please remember to keep your slippers on. Do not walk on the island barefoot, or else you would end up getting skin burn.

Black absorbs and emits heat better and faster, and I'm sure you know of that. So imagine laying your feet on those burning hot stones under the sun... Ouch!

Koh Hin Ngam at Tarutao National Park
Such "烫手" reward from treasure hunting ♥
Washed it with lots of sea water before able to carry it in my palms.

Koh Hin Ngam at Tarutao National Park
Nice to see, nice to hold, but do not steal, from what I've been told.

According to local myth, every stone on this island is cursed and sheltered by The God Of Tarutao. Bad luck shall follow if they are taken away and will continue to haunt you until their return.

Koh Hin Ngam at Tarutao National Park
Its beautiful spread of stone beach.

Koh Hin Ngam at Tarutao National Park
Note that little shrine and straw hut behind me. Tourists are constantly checked and asked to present their entrance ticket to Tarutao National Park here.

Koh Hin Ngam at Tarutao National Park
Back on board to our next destination.

Koh Rawi at Tarutao National Park
#Wefie

Koh Rawi at Tarutao National Park
Approaching target — Koh Rawi.
You'd be surprised by the coastline crowded with so, so many boats.

Koh Rawi at Tarutao National Park
Managed to spot a "parking lot" and docked.

Koh Rawi at Tarutao National Park
YAY! It's lunch + picnic time!!! We had lunch box with rice and some simple dishes.
There were also banana and sweet potato fritters for our sweet tooth.

Koh Rawi at Tarutao National Park
Jumped with my happy tummy.

Koh Rawi at Tarutao National Park
Come away with me...

Koh Rawi at Tarutao National Park
Better views on trees? Nah, simply did it for the sake and fun of climbing =p

Koh Rawi at Tarutao National Park
With Mr. Tourguide. Thank you for absolutely everything.

Koh Rawi at Tarutao National Park
Now, are we ready to show some skin love? Haha.

Koh Rawi at Tarutao National Park
Awesome memory made in Koh Lipe ☑

Walking Street, Koh Lipe
Walking Street filled with romance on the Valentine's Eve. Such a good timing to visit here.

Dinner at Koh Lipe
Delightful Thai-style seafood dinner we had on our second night.
Thank you guys for the dinner treat.

Koh Lipe
Last selfie before leaving Lipe Island. You'll be missed ='(

Dear all, I guess that's all for now. Enjoy the rest of your Easter Monday and stay happy as always.

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Dear readers,

Thanks for all your lovely comments and continual visits.
Hope I'll see you again soon! (✿◠‿◠)

xoxo,
Christina

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