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How would you spend your last few days in Thailand.

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We are a couple travelling to Thailand at the end of Jan 2017 who would love some help.

We plan to fly into Bangkok from the UK, spend 2-3 nights there, then on to Khao Lak for 7 nights, my husband has set 2 of those days aside to go fishing. We would then like to travel somewhere with a contrast for the remaining 4-5 days. Where would those of you who know the area well choose?

Maybe we could do a little kayaking, see amazing Karsts, visit an island, stay near a good beach, anywhere as long as the scenery is great. Somewhere fairly quiet but with things do do other than sunbathe would be great. A choice of places to eat and good accommodation would be a bonus, our backpacking days are over. If possible we would like to avoid any seedy nightlife.

I have looked at Ko Yao Yai which looked amazing but could not work out an easy way of getting there from Khao Lak easily without going via Phuket. The Ao Phang Nga area looks beautiful in general.

Any ideas would be gratefully received.

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