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Hin Ta and Hin Yai

Hin Ta and Hin Yai are the islands’ most visited attraction after the Big Buddha temple. Called Grandfather and Grandmother Rock in English, and situated a few kilometres south west of Lamai, these two ancient stones have been slowly moulded by sea, wind and rain into surprisingly accurate representations of male and female genitalia. A sight well worth a photo, or a giggle, and there are some good little shops selling coconut handicrafts on the road that leads down to the rocks.

To get a glimpse of traditional Thai island life, head for the south of the island where you can wander among the coconut plantations and small villages that display life as it was before the tourists arrived. Here you’ll find the little Moslem fishing village at Laem Set.