17 never-seen-before photos from Prachuap Kiri Khan

 

 

After my recent second visit to Prachuap Kiri Khan on Thailand’s gulf coast, I trawled through the photos I took on my first visit in 2011 and found a whole load that I didn’t publish at the time – many just as stunning as those I did use in my post at the time, some perhaps even more so. Here are 17 of my favourites, all totally unedited, that I haven’t released until now.

Mirror Mountain

Mirror Mountain

Mirror Mountain

Mirror Mountain

Mirror Mountain

Mirror Mountain

Mirror Mountain

Mirror Mountain

Mirror Mountain

Mirror Mountain

Mirror Mountain

Mirror Mountain

Mirror Mountain

Mirror Mountain

Wat Ao Noi

Wat Ao Noi

Wat Ao Noi

Wat Ao Noi

Wat Ao Noi

Wat Ao Noi

Wat Ao Noi

Wat Ao Noi

Wat Ao Noi

Wat Ao Noi

Wat Ao Noi

Wat Ao Noi

Wat Ao Noi

Wat Ao Noi

Wat Ao Noi

Wat Ao Noi

Wat Ao Noi

Wat Ao Noi

Ao Noi

Ao Noi

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4 Responses to 17 never-seen-before photos from Prachuap Kiri Khan

  1. Lovely photos Chris, I never managed to go here when I visited Thailand..to be brutally honest, I got a bit tired of all the Wats, is that bad of me?

    • I think you’d be far from the first one to admit that, Chloe 🙂 Prachuap is definitely worth a visit if you are ever here again, though – not just for the temples, either… 😉

  2. Steve Nichols

    Nice site Chris! I was there with my Wife last month (May 2015). Great little town and the main street that runs along the bay is very clean.

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