About Langkawi
& Koh Lipe By Tropical Charters & Bundhaya Resort

About Langkawi

Langkawi has it all from scenic hotspots to pristine beaches and eco adventures, theres something for everyone. With a natural history dating back to 550 million years, the legendary island is now one of 94 UNESCO-recognised Geoparks in the world - offering natural river estuaries meandering amongst mountainous formations and surrounded by untouched tropical rainforests.

Visit naturallylangkawi.my to know more about this Magical Island.

About Koh Lipe

Koh Lipe or Ko Lipe, pronounced as Ko Lee-pae, is the southern most island in Thailand and is one of the many Butang Islands located in the beautiful Tarutao National Marine Park. Lipe island was first discovered by the Chao Ley (or Sea Gypsies) who would travel from island to island in search of the best fishing in the areas to feed themselves and their tribes. The Chao Ley eventually found a permanent home on Koh Lipe and were given a grant to settle on the island's eastern beach (Koh Lipe Sunrise Beach) and have since remained there.

Translated into the local Chao Ley language, Koh Lipe literally means "Island Paper, or Paper Island." It is still considered by many an undiscovered secret in Thailand, one of the few remaining as Thailand tourism booms at record levels.

Koh Lipe or Ko Lipe, pronounced as Ko Lee-pae, is the southern most island in Thailand and is one of the many Butang Islands located in the beautiful Tarutao National Marine Park. Lipe island was first discovered by the Chao Ley (or Sea Gypsies) who would travel from island to island in search of the best fishing in the areas to feed themselves and their tribes. The Chao Ley eventually found a permanent home on Koh Lipe and were given a grant to settle on the island's eastern beach (Koh Lipe Sunrise Beach) and have since remained there.

Translated into the local Chao Ley language, Koh Lipe literally means "Island Paper, or Paper Island." It is still considered by many an undiscovered secret in Thailand, one of the few remaining as Thailand tourism booms at record levels.

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