Koh Chang Marine National
Park offers some of the most delightful diving and snorkelling sites.
The best sites are on the west and south of Chang Island where the
abundance of healthy and unspoilt corals and the great diversity
of fish are the main draw.
A lunch box can be arranged by the boat owner and
you can really enjoy the refreshing crystal clear waters of these
magnificent islands as you marvel at the marine ecology of the area.
Off the west coast of Chang Island is a small group
of islands within view from Khlong Prao and Kai Bae beaches. These
include Yuak Island which has a small beachfront of sand formed
from decayed corals. The water is clear and shallow qualifying it
a good snorkeling spot. Next to Yuak Island are Plee and Suwan Island,
both of which have rocky shores. Around the area of Suwan Island
is another isle which harbours colourful corals in 6 metres depth.
As it is home to to an outstanding beautiful big tree, the locals
call it "Koh Rom" what means Umbrella Island.
Further down south is Man Nai Island which is directly
facing the shores of Kai Bae Beach. During low tide, the water is
so shallow that it is possible to walk from the island to Seaview
Resort that is located south of Kai Bae Beach.
Another island called Man Nok Island looks as if
it's behind Suwan Island. It is the twin island to Man Nai Island
and is linked together by shallow waters with gold-coloured seaweed.