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Sailing Rock On Koh Similan
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This is Sailing Rock on Similan island 3 or 4 and is a popular overlook point as it looks out over the bay and the open sea. It took about 15 minutes to hike up the dirt, rock, and planked trail bare foot but it was well worth the climb.

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Uploaded: 05/01/2014
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Tags: sailing; rock; water; island; outdoors; beach; stick; travel; trail; hike; boat; bay; sea
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