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Local And Natural Attractions

1.    Lanta Old Town- Lanta Old Town is one of the region’s most culturally diverse villages with Chinese merchants, original Thai fishing families and an ancient Sea Gypsy community. Many years ago, Koh Lanta’s Old Town acted as the port and commercial center for the island and provided a safe harbor for Arabic and Chinese trading vessels sailing between the larger ports of Phuket, Penang and Singapore. 

Where to go?

Sri Raya Road. Lanta Old Town,


2.    Khao Mai Kaew Cave- A great break from the beach is a trip to this complex of caves in the centre of Koh Lanta Yai. The adventure begins when you descend through a small, indistinct hole in the rocks and enter the series of diverse caverns. Some sections are as large as church halls, others require you to squeeze through on hands and knees. Sights en route include impressive stalactites and stalagmites, bats and even a cavern pool that you can swim in.

Where to go?

Central of Lanta Yai


3.    Koh Lanta Community Museum- The Koh Lanta Community Museum, which was in development for two years, opened on 9 December 2007 by Krabi Governor Siva Sirisaovalak. Dedicated to the history and identity of the island’s main three communities, the museum is set in the old, wooden district hall and exhibits include old Chinese furniture and accessories, fishermen paraphernalia, a charcoal-producing kiln and a ceremonial boat the Chao Leh (Sea Gypsies) use for their Loy Rua Festival.

Where to go?

Sri Raya Rd., Koh Lanta


4.    Lanta Butterfly Garden - It a landscaped tropical garden showing living butterflies from all over Thailand. The exhibition with photos explains the complicated life cycle from the egg to the imago, and at our hatching area you can see some of the bizarre caterpillars eating the leaves of the different food plants. Butterflies are, after beetles, the second largest order of insects and count more than 180 000 species. They inhabit nearly all climates on earth, from tropical rain forests to dry deserts, and from the arctic tundra to high mountain meadows, with an altitude of 6000 meters.Opens 9am – 17:00 daily.

Where to go?

402 Moo 2 Phansai Village


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