Tingraibay resort shares a strech of about one km of beach of yellow sand, scattered with some rocks, with a few more small resorts. You will never find much people there.
The tide hub here can reach about 4 meters, swimming is good a half tide and high tide.
At low tide some go for snorkelling.
Little open huts have installed right above the sand, great for relaxing, or watch who is arriving, who is leaving.
A massage parlor above the beach.
The sands belonging to the resort are cleaned up every morning.
Once in a while some small monkeys come too; there are not tame, but accustomed to man and curious enough to inspect left alone belongings for possible food.
The restaurant serves genuine thai food throughout the day, as well as some western dishes.
Get your refreshments at Boy's bar.
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Take a kayak and go out. You may go for squids, some Thai manage to have for dinner. Have your game-guide.
The village of Tingrai - baan Tingrai - is 1 km off, a little wandering, or ride by motorcycle;
there are two more villages an the island, baan Koh Jum and baan Koh Pu, which gives a second name to the island, Koh Pu.
With the help of a guide you may get on top of Mount Pu.
By some easy rock hopping at low tide you may get further south to an empty strand beneath the jungle; to the north it is a bit more difficult to Luboa or northern beach ...
Day trips with longtailboats to Phi Phi islands and more.