Photo: Learning nothing at School Beach.

Things to see and do



Exploring Ko Bulon Lae on foot

Home to sea gypsies, monitor lizards, longtail boats, rubber trees, white-bellied eagles, ocean treasures, butterflies, quiet bays, beautiful beaches and thick jungle where terrestrial spirits are said to whisper in the sea breeze, Ko Bulon Lae is a magical place. All it takes is a stroll to be ... Read more about Exploring Ko Bulon Lae on foot .

Snorkelling and boat trips

If you tire of that hammock, why not grab a snorkel and go for a spin in a longtail boat or kayak? Bulon is so small that you can easily paddle around it in a few hours. Kayaks (200 baht per hour) and snorkels (200 baht per day) can be rented at Bulone, Pansand and Panka Bay resorts, among others. The best underwater scenery directly off the island can be found south of School Beach near ... Read more about Snorkelling and boat trips .





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Where to next?

Where are you planning on heading to after Ko Bulon Lae? Here are some spots commonly visited from here, or click here to see a full destination list for Thailand.


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