Khao Lak Information:
KhaoLak is a series of villages, now tourist-oriented,
mainly in the Takua Pa District and partly in the
Thai Mueang District of Phang Nga Province, Thailand.
It is popular for its serene ambiance and as a departure point
for liveaboard scuba diving trips to the Similan Islands.
Khao Lak is approximately 60 kilometres (37 miles) north
of the island of Phuket along Phetkasem Road (Thai Route 4),
one of four major highways in Thailand.
Khao Lak was the coastal area of Thailand hardest hit by the tsunami
from the 26 December 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami.
Since the tsunami, the infrastructure and economy
have bounced back.
Coastal resorts have been reconstructed or repaired,
and new ones have been built or are in the process of being built.
In 2016, there are reportedly 7,822 hotel rooms
at 104 registered accommodations.
By 2018 another 1,213 rooms will be added.
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