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Koh Surin - Phuket

Mokken Village (Sea Gypsy Village)
Picked up by comfortable van

SeaStar Boat

Check In Counter

Collect your sized fins

Snorkel Mask were inclusive too
Breakfast spread

Coffee, Tea, Milo and biscuits

Fish Porridge

Passenger gather here before assigned to their tour boat

Out at Sea

Small Boat

Arrive at Surin Island

first stop is the Mokken Village

Morgan Village

Mokken Village, Koh Surin, Thailand

Way of life for the sea gypsy

Dried Chilis

Traditional Long tail boat
Off to next Surin island

Restaurant at Koh Surin

Delicious Lunch

Lots of drinks

Even have Thai Ice Milk Tea and  Matcha Milk Tea

Camping on this island is allowed. (You will have to book other packages)

Crab missing one leg


Vitamin Sea


Wet Tissue

Assorted Papaya Salads

Fried Chickens

Spoil for choices beverages.

Ice Creams!!!

It was a Happy Journey

Chauffeurs waiting to send us back to Hotel

SeaStar is by far the best boat travel agency. The port is located 30 mins drive from where I stayed , Pakarang Beach. We were picked up at 8:00 am and arrive on time to check in. At the check in, they checked my receipt of payment and usher me to collect complimentary snorkeling mask and fins. They even offer towel to bring with you if you did not bring one. Breakfast were quite lavish compared to all the other boat tour operator. They are really 5 star service in Phuket/Khao Lak.

The boat trip to Koh Surin was okay. It was on a smaller size boat with about 20 passengers on the tour that day. They brought us to all the location as listed on the itinerary. The boat

In general, Koh Surin island does not have the "Maldives" vibe compare to Koh Similan or Koh Tachai. Both Similan and Tachai has coral white fine sands and clear blue sea water. At Koh Surin, its brown sands with clear water. The marine life are teeming and nemo are plenty.

We return to the Pier on time. There were drinks and snacks provided at the check-in/waiting area. We had some wings and ice cream before ushered to our vehicle to return to the hotel.

I paid SGD$110 per pax during the low season (About 2800Baht, end of April - beginning of May)

 The lunch provided on the island were generous and delicious.
Sliced watermelon, candies and wet towel were served at the end of the boat tour.
During my snorkel, I saw blue star fish, sea urchins and nemo.
Seastar Tour
Pleasant  5/5
Reliable - 5/5
Food - 5/5
Service - 5/5
Snorkel & Fins - included
Pictures by MSW
Koh Surin - Phuket Reviewed by Mak Sin Wee on 9:32 AM Rating: 5 Mokken Village (Sea Gypsy Village) Picked up by comfortable van SeaStar Boat Check In Counter Collect your sized fin...

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