#Ko Khao Yai
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See & DoKo Phayam
Two hours by boat from the Ranong Pier, Ko Phayam is famous for both its long fine white sandy beaches and for the cashew nuts which are grown on the island.
See & DoKo Chang
The largest island in the archipelago, Ko Chang covers 429 square km. and features mountainous terrain and rocky stone cliffs and gullies. The island’s highest point is the peak of Khao Salak Phet, standing 744 meters above sea level and there are...
See & DoKo Kut
The easternmost island in Trat bay, Ko Kut is approximately 25 km. long by 12 km. wide and situated 80 km. from the city. The nature on the island remains relatively unspoiled with the large, elevated plateau towards the island’s centre acting as...
See & DoKo Ran Pet - Ko Ran Kai
Ko Ran Pet - Ko Ran Kai
See & DoKo Kham
A tiny island, Ko Kham can be easily reached by motorboat or kayak from neighbouring Ko Mak. The distinguishing features are the black volcanic rocks in eye-catching shapes and formations dotted across the sand. Ko Kham is quiet and unspoiled with...
See & DoKo Kradat
See & DoKo Kret
See & DoKo Mak
Lying between Ko Chang and Ko Kut, 38 km. from the coastline, Ko Mak covers just 14 square km. and resembles a four-pointed star when viewed from above. Most of the fringes of the island are kept cool and shady by rows of coconut and rubber trees...
See & DoKo Tao
This large island in the Ko Pha-ngan district, is about 45 km from Pha-ngan island, covers an area of around 25 square km and features some incredible beaches with crystal clear water and vast areas of coral reef on all sides, both in deep and...
See & DoKhao San Road
Khaosan road is near Bang Lam Phu and Ratchadamnern Klang road. It has cheap accommodations, making the road popular among foreign tourists.
See & DoKhao Fa Chi