Pink Dolphins Exploring

Observing pink dolphins is definitely the activity number one in the area. There are two places in the world where you can admire pink dolphins: in New Zealand and in Khanom area.

It’s not a legend ! Pink dolphins are really visible specially in Thong Ching bay.

Baan Thong Ching Resort is working closely with local tours who will be able to track down with you the pink dolphins. They will pick you up and bring you back by boat directly at the hotel.

Please contact us for more information.


Enjoy fishing ? Fishing activity is available at Baan Thong Ching Resort.

Local will bring you with their boat to fishing spots. They will show you the local techniques and the varieties of fish.

To complete your experience, our cooking team will be able to prepare what you bring back for your dinner.

Please contact us for more information.

Islands Discovering

Go discover the islands around the hotel such as Ko Wang Nok, Ko Wang Nai and Ko Rap.

Local tour guides with their traditional long tail boat will escort you to those little gems and will make you spend a memorable day.

Please contact us for more information.


The region of Nakhon Si Thammarat and Khanom is full of protected sites accessible to trekkers and hikers. Let yourself be guided by local guides and discover the Thai jungle and its natural treasures.

Huge waterfalls, unique flora, stunning views will surprise you along your adventure.

  • Our team is able to organise a personalised trek.
  • Camp on site
  • All included
  • Local guide very experienced
  • Equipment provided

Advance booking is necessary for this activity. Please contact us for more information.

The Beautiful Nakhon Si Thammarat

With one of the most significant temples in Thailand, the historic city of Nakhon si thammarat is a natural and rewarding visit to make.

The city hosts one of the most important temple in southern Thailand, the stunning Wat Phra Mahathat Woramahawihaan, simply known as Mahathat, boasts an imposing 77m white stupa crowned by a gold spire piercing the sky. According to legend, Queen Hem Chala and Prince Thanakuman brought relics to Nakhon more than 1000 years ago, and built a small pagoda to house the precious icons. The temple has since grown into a huge site, and today crowds gather daily to purchase the popular Jatukham amulets.