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Phuket, Samui, Phi Phi or...? Where to go

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Hi Fodor's people!

I'm visiting Thailand for two weeks in December during the holidays. I have done some research, but I am getting overwhelmed.

What I am looking for is a non-mega-resort type of vacation, hopefully close to the beach, but inland is fine too (close to the beach).

Photography is my hobby, hence nice scenery is a must.

Not into busy night life, but some entertainment would be nice.

Not into luxury hotels/homes, but clean and modern or traditional would be nice.

Prefer small towns over big cities. Nature +++

Considering it's a high season, anything that you can suggest to visit in Thailand with limited budget?

Thank you all,

Robert

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