Similan Islands are a major tourist attraction on the south-west coast of Thailand. Activities are mainly scuba diving and snorkelling. There are two islands which have beaches that can be visited by the public. These are Island 4 (Koh Myung) and Island 8. As well as lots of marine life, there are resident Nicobar pigeons, Flying Foxes, Sea Eagles and plenty of other wildlife. Fresh water on the island is home Campsite shops welfare. And take a long tail boat snorkeling.
However, around the Similan Island National Park. The diving area has been popular with many. The deep dive Koh Ta Chai at the north end of the park. You will find the batfish, barracudas, whale sharks, manta rays, Koh Bon in the northeast of the Similan Island.