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help with choosing thailand location

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I am quite new to researching vacations outside of the caribbean so I could use some help; I would love to visit Thailand, but there are many locations that seem alluring and I'd like some guidance as to what would full fill my vacation "wants." Is there such a region/resort/area that is somewhat secluded (not mexico or dominican republic mass quantity of people), has nature surrounding it (not high rises), still has modern amenities such as air conditioning, and ridiculous beautiful beaches? all of the pictures are so gorgeous, it's hard to tell which would be best.

i realize this is probably super touristy of me, but i would love to be in an area that is reminiscent of the famous islands you see when you google phuket images. i have no idea if that's even possible. I think they're referred to as the james bond islands?

thanks!

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