Where to Stay
If you want an island experience that avoids commercial development try a homestay on Koh Yao in Phang Nga Bay.
There are many national parks that allow visitors to go camping in Thailand, both with or without requiring visitors to bring along their own tents. In addition to national parks, there are also Thailand camps that are privately run resorts with tented lodging, allowing visitors the experience of camping in Thailand along with more creature comforts than available while roughing it in a national park. Whether you are looking for serious camping in Thailand or just wish to stay in a tent and get closer to the outdoors, one of the following Thailand camps should provide you with the experience you are looking for.