Mak (Koh Muk) - more info!
This is a large island to the south of Ko Chang that is blessed
with several beautiful bays and beaches and coral reefs nearby
that are still in perfect condition. The islanders make their
living by growing rubber and coconut trees. The best time to
visit is from November until late April. There are a number
of accommodations and tourist facilities available. A passenger
boat departs Laem Ngob daily at 3.00 p.m. and returns from Ko
Mak at 7.00 a.m., traveling time is 3.5 hours.
Ko Chang Noi
Ko Chang Noi and Laem Chang Noi lie to the north of Ko Chang.
The sea between Ko Chang Noi and Laem Chang Noi is abundant
This island is located near Ko Mak and is endowed with natural
wonders such as crystal clear seas, sandy beaches, coral
reefs and most importantly, tranquility and privacy. Ideal for
swimming and diving, the trip to Ko Kham from Laem Ngob takes
Like Ko Chang, this is an island of historical significance
during the Thai-French Naval Battle in 1941. Attractions on
the island include the stone yard landscape and fishing activities.
This island is situated to the northeast away from Ko Mak.
In the past, the area had an abundance of Kradad trees (paper
trees); hence, the name of the island. This island is notable
for the fact that it is the only island in Thailand to be issued
a land title deed during the period of King Rama V as a measure
to protect the island from French colonization. Ko Kradad is
famous for its white long sandy beach and wonderful coral reefs.
This wonderful island which is less than 1 kilometer long
and 300 meters wide with beautiful beaches, crystal-clear water
and colorful corals lies about 3 kilometers west of the southeastern
end of Ko Chang. Ko Laoya forms an island group with Ko Laoya
Klang and Ko Laoya Nok and is connected to Ko Laoya Klang by
a wooden bridge. Travel time from Laem Ngob to the island takes
about 2.5 hours and only chartered boats can reach the island.
Accommodation is available but must be reserved well in advance.
This island is situated southeast of Ko Chang and is comprised
of twin mountains linked by huge rocks with a huge sand knoll
at the middle. The little bay formed by the lines of the mountain
stretching into the sea makes the island a splendid and serene
site worth visiting. Accommodations are available.
This island situated in front of Salak Petch Bay has clean
and calm seas, and is cool and shady with coconut trees. Travel
time from Laem Ngob is two hours. Accommodations are available
on the island.
This small island at the west of Ko Mak does not have enough
flat area suitable for setting up of any resorts and bungalows.
However, Ko Rung is well known as the location for its bird's
nest concessions, sea turtle eggs and bat's dung. The main attractions
at the island are the stone knolls and the magnificent deep-sea
This big island, which a part of Ko Chang National
Park and is situated next to Ko Laoya, has stone laden beaches.
However, Ko Wai is famous for its coral and is also the best
place for fishing and swimming. As for accommodations, Ko Wai
Pakarung Resort is ready to serve tourists.