In the Andaman sea, off shore of Krabi Province, there is one of Thailand's unseen highlights,"Thale Waek"(Separated sea), the amazing phernomenon happens only when there is a low tide. The tide can go out unnoticeably, a line of raised sand eventually appears forming a bridge between the islets, allowing visitors to walk between them.

Only those knowing the rhythm of the tide would see a strip of white powdery sand connecting two islands amidst the sea. This is the wonderful natural phenomenon which can be seen only at a specific moment. The secrets of nature will solely reveal themselves to those who are in the right place and at the right time.

The best time to visit Thale Waek is 5 days before and after the full moon from December to beginning of May. I had to check the tide table and set out when should I be there and then hire a boat from local for taking me there.

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