The presence of diverse marine life at a shallow depth and the weak oceanic currents make the waters off Talu the ideal spot for complete novices to take up snorkelling. Those looking to avoid the crowds should try and visit Talu during the weekdays. Scuba divers and snorkelers should take care not to stand on the coral as they are highly sensitive and easily damaged. Other than diving and snorkelling one can also go kayaking, trekking, sailing and fishing on the island. There are several tour operators that ferry people to the island and provide facilities for snorkelling and a few other water sports. This allows tourists to shop around for the best price and equipment.
Thailand is a top holiday destination known for its electric nightlife, divine shopping and stunning beaches. Travellers in search of the country’s best beaches should head north to the famed resort town of Hua Hin. The town has been a favourite among Thai royals for generations, and was originally developed to be an exclusive seaside destination for them. Besides gorgeous beaches there are numerous places of visit, notably the Wat Huay Mongkot, which houses the largest statue of popular monk, Luang Pu Thuat, in Thailand and the Pa La-u Waterfall, with its varieties of birds and butterflies. Things to do include a plethora of water sports as well as land based activities such as golf, spelunking and trekking.
Tourists looking for secluded Hua Hin Hotels can try the Anantara Hua Hin Thailand Resort. The Hua Hin Resorts excellent facilities include a spa and a well landscaped golf course. It is a terrific place to sit back and enjoy the best Thailand has to offer.