Koh Chang hotels and travel guide, Thailand. Hotel reservation for Koh Chang, Trat and islands around.

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Mu Koh Chang Marine National Park
Mu Koh Chang Maring National Park
Mu Koh Chang Maring National Park
The Mu Koh Chang Marine Park is home to some of the most picturesque islands in Thailand. The park is a protected marine reserve made up of 40 individual islands. The Island is very popular among visitors. Situated in the nearest distance from Laem Ngob, it takes 1-2 hours to reach the desired destinations on Koh Chang. The best season to visit the islands is between October and May. During the rainy season from May to October, visitors are not allowed to the islands south of Koh Chang; for example, Koh Kood, Koh Mak, Koh Wai, and Koh Kham. The boat trip to Koh Chang can be made all year round. In the rainy season, a boat will sail along the inner coast of Koh Chang because the island's long and large shape provides shelter from sea winds and waves. Visitors will trips on land to individual destinations.
Islands around Koh Chang
Koh Chang Noi
Location : Amphoe Koh Chang
Koh Chang Noi is a small uninhabited island on the extreme north-west tip of Koh Chang. It lies about 100 metres off the tip of the Laem Chang Noi cape, which forms the northern side of Klong Son Bay. The waters around this small island are ideal for snorkeling and scuba diving, while the beach is a great place to spend a day sunbathing and relaxing.
Koh Khlum
Location : Amphoe Koh Chang
is a historical island during the Thai-French Naval Battle like Koh Chang. the island is proper for fishing. The landscape comprising stone yard is worth a visit.
Koh Lao Ya
Location : Amphoe Koh Chang
Lies at the south of Koh Chang. The group comprises of 3 islands - Koh Lao Ya Nai, Koh Lao Ya Klang and Koh Lao Ya Nok. The transportation from Laem Ngob takes about 2 hours and a half by boat. The islands has beautiful beaches and crystal-clear water with a cololurful corals. Accommodations are available on the island.
Koh Man
Location : Amphoe Koh Chang
Man Island
Man Island
Is a couple of kilometres off the southern tip of Kai Bae. The island is best viewed from the west - the stark rock and huge boulders are pretty impressive. The tourists often to see locals out fishing off the island's north-eastern shore.

Koh Man Nai : is easily reachable from Sea View Resort during low tide when the island exposes its sandy beach and waters are just chest-deep.
Koh Nam Nok : is the twin island to Koh Man Nai and is linked together by shallow waters with plenty of gold-colored seaweed.

Koh Ngam
Location : Amphoe Koh Chang
This island is situated southeast of Koh 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. Not surprisingly, therefore, Koh Ngam off the coast of Koh Chang has earned the title "little Phi Phi in the Gulf of Thailand". The island is an excellent vantage point for viewing the stunning scenery on the neighboring islands of Koh Mak, Koh Wai and Koh Lao Ya.
Koh Prao
Location : Amphoe Koh Chang
This island situated in front of Salak Petch Bay. From Laem Ngob Pier, it takes two hours to the island. The island 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.
Koh Wai
Location : Amphoe Koh Chang
Koh  Wai
Koh Wai
This big island, which a part of Koh Chang National Park and is situated next to Koh Laoya. There are two beaches on this island. The beach on Koh Wai is reddish. However, it’s very clean and suitable for snorkeling since it is home to various kinds of fish and shallow water coral like lump corals. As for accommodations, Bungalows for rent are available here.

There are 4 points of interest for deep-water diving:
Hin Luk Bat : A reef of rocks slightly emerging from the water, which is located in the channel between Ko Chang and Ko Khlum. This is a deep-water diving point that has beautiful coral with a depth of 15-20 m. It takes about 1.5 hours from the pier to reach this point by boat.
Hin Sam Sao : A pile of rocks underwater with many kinds of beautiful coral and big fish. This point is 15-20 m deep and about 1 hour and 45 minutes from the pier.
Hin Prhai Nam : An underwater mountain which serves as a home for many kinds of large fish. The water is 20-30 m deep and it takes about 2 hours to get to this point from the pier.
Koh Kra and Koh Rang : The most beautiful deep-water and shallow-water coral resources in the eastern sea. There are many beautiful fish and many kinds of coral. It takes about 3 hours from the shore to get to this point.

Koh Kood
Koh Kood
Koh Kood
Is the farthest island from the coast of Trad. Its size ranks as the fourth of all Thailand's islands or the second to Koh Chang in Trad. The island covers an area of approximately 105 sq.km or 65,625 Rai. It is 25 km in length and 12 km in width. Its natural features include mountains and plains where many streams originate and some become waterfalls. One famous waterfall is Nam Tok Klong Chao flows all throughout the year. It is an ideal place for swimming, consisting of 3 tiers; the upper two tiers are running streams and the lower one is a large pond.

In 1911, King Rama VI paid a royal visit to this waterfall and named it 'Nam Tok Anam Kok' to commemorate Ong Chiang Su. In addition; there are beaches with crystal-clear sea popular among visitors such as Taphao Beach, Klong Chao Beach, Klong Hin Beach, Prao Beach, etc. Accommodation with a private atmosphere is available for visitors at the inner sea of Koh Kood, and the other two islands, Koh Rat and Koh Mai Si, opposite to Koh Kood.

Most visitors to Koh Kood have to purchase a package tour offered by resort operators on Koh Kood at different prices that includes food, accommodation, and a boat fare. A boat for rent is also available apart from a ferry boat leaving Dan Kao Pier and Laem Ngob Pier.
Islands around Koh Kood
Koh Mai Si
Location : Amphoe Koh Kood
Suited on the Northwest coast of Koh Kood. Maisei is a group of islands southeast of Koh Chang. The islands are made up of mostly mountains and forest with some coconut groves around the fishing villages. Koh Mai Si is home to the pearl oyster farm and has a splendid sandy beach along the bay on the east side.
Koh Rat
Location : Amphoe Koh Kood
A small island with a short sandy beach and blessed with a rich coral reef. Suited on the west coast of Koh Kood. Across the Jek Kie canal. Is a small island. An area of 2.03 square kilometers, there is not much threat of long beach a few meters. Able to swim around the island’s most beautiful coral viewing. Strait to the Koh Kood only 400 meters away from the water to swim across. The island has many types of sea cage fish farming is about to visit.
Koh Mak
Koh Mak
Koh Mak
Koh Mak is a large island located between Koh Chang and Koh Kood Most of its plains area is coconut plantations. The whole area of this island covers 16 sq.km or 90,000 Rai with a round distance of 27 km. Long beaches and crystal clear sea are the splendid attractions of the island. Hotels in Koh Mak are available for visitors along the beaches of the island's bays. Furthermore, it is possible to hire a boat trip to nearby islets. Mak Island is a sub-district to Kood Island and is actually comprised of 9 islands: Plee Island, Kham Island, Kradad Island, Nok Noak Island, Nok Nai Island, Rayang Nai Islands and Rayang Nok Islands. The most popular activities for tourist include tracking, fishing, kayaking, diving, bicycle or motorcycle riding, firefly seeing, etc.
Islands around Koh Mak
Koh Plee
Location : Amphoe Koh Kood
Is off the northwest coast of Koh Mak and can be reached by kayak. It is another tiny speck of land and is also visible from the west of the island. "Plee" in Thai means ghosts. Do not be concerned. However, it is just a name. Koh Pee is a great diving site. It is a stunning local dive site with 360 around hard and soft corals, there is also a resident giant barracuda that lives here.
Koh Kham
Location : Amphoe Koh Kood
Koh Kham
Koh Kham
One of the jewels of the Koh Mak islands. Suited opposite Suan Yai Beach, is the little island of Koh Kham. Jump on a boat and maybe even spend an evening. The island has only one resort and the crystal water is great for swimming and snorkeling. The beach also features some black volcano rock and it even has an open air restaurant.
Koh Kradad
Location : Amphoe Koh Kood
is situated northeastern away from Koh Mak. Formerly, the area was abundant with Kradad trees; hence, the name of the island. The place was the first island to have the land title deed since the period of King Rama V. During the time French colonisation invaded the Southeast Asia. France was trying hard to seize some areas of the Kingdom including Kradad King Rama V, therefore, ordered that the land title deed of Koh Kradad be issued. Tourists attractions include the white long beach.

These are some of the attractions of Koh Chang and the surrounding area. But there is much more to see and do. Accommodations is available on most islands and range from hotels to simple bungalows.

Koh Nai and Koh Nok
Location : Amphoe Koh Kood
These tiny islands sit off the northern tip of Koh Kradad. Koh Nok Nai is the nearer of the two to Koh Kradad. The waters around this small island are ideal for snorkeling and scuba diving, while the beach is a great place to spend a day sunbathing and relaxing.
Koh Nok Noak and Koh Nok Nai
Location : Amphoe Koh Kood
These tiny islands sit off the northern tip of Kradad Island. Nok Nai Island is the nearer of the two to Kradad Island.
Koh Rayang
Location : Amphoe Koh Kood
Rayang Nai and Rayang Nok are two tiny islands very close to Koh Mak. This is a great place to kayaking and snorkeling. When the tide is very low, a narrow sandy pathway appears along which you can walk across to Rayang Nai.

Rayaong Nai Island : Is a privately owned island. During low tide, tourists can wade from Koh Mak for snorkeling, fishing and squid fishing.
Rayong Nok Island : features small, white, sandy beaches and beautiful crystal clear seawater. There is one resort, with a small beach offering peace and quiet and good snorkeling spot.

Koh Rang
Koh Rang
Koh Rang
The of the most popular of the outlying islands of Koh Chang Marine National Park. It is a small island suited of the south of Koh Chang and the west of Mak Island. Rangk Island is a sub-district to Kood Island and is actually comprised of 12 islands: Klang Island, Klang Lek Island, Kum Pan Island, Kra Island, Ma Pring Island, Rang Yai Island, Rang Lek Island, Thong Lang Island, Thian Island, Tun Island, Yak Island and Yai Island. The is has not enough flat area suitable for the setting up of any resort and bungalow. Rung Island is place of concessions of bird nests, Charamed eggs and bat's dung. Stone knolls and deep-water coral under the sea of Koh Rung are very magnificent.
Islands around Koh Rang
Koh Klang
Location : Amphoe Koh Kood
Suited on the west of Rang Island. Only a few hundred metres offshore. One of two fairly large islands off the northwest of Koh Rang, only a few hundred metres offshore. But of no real use other than as a nice backdrop to photos taken on the small beach nearby on Koh Rang.
Koh Klang Lek
Location : Amphoe Koh Kood
Lies at the northeast of Rang Yai Island. Kland Lek Island is the group of the three islands, suited on the west of Koh Chang. The island is a popular sites for skin diving with abundant fishes and a vast array of varied coral. Swimming is discouraged, though, as the seabed is carpeted with corals.
Koh Kum Pan
Location : Amphoe Koh Kood
Lies off the western coast of Koh Mak. It is an excellent snorkeling spot and as such, is a great favourite of tour companies. For that reason, unless tourists can enjoy crowded waters it is best for sailors to avoid.
Koh Kra
Location : Amphoe Koh Kood
Lies at the northeast of Koh Rang Yai. The island is a popular sites for skin diving with abundant fishes and a vast array of varied coral. Kra Island has the longest beach at 20 meters. Swimming is discouraged, though, as the seabed is carpeted with corals.
Koh Ma-Pring
Location : Amphoe Koh Kood
Koh Ma-Pring
Koh Ma-Pring
Lies off the southern coast of Rang Island, about 100 metres offshore. It is an excellent snorkeling spot and as such, is a great favourite of tour companies. For that reason, unless tourists can enjoy crowded waters it is best for sailors to avoid.
Koh Rang Lek
Location : Amphoe Koh Kood
Lies at the south of Rang Yai Island. the main freshwater source with beautiful oval-shaped stones which have very smooth textures. Birds and bats are abundant in Koh Rang Lek, where there is a bird's nest concession and also a major source of bat’s dung known to be great fertilizers. For the lucky few who come on the right season, they may see sea turtles laying eggs on the island as it has become a chosen nesting.
Koh Rang Yai
Location : Amphoe Koh Kood
The largest, covered with tropical rainforests and has the longest and most beautiful beach in the area. It has a hilly terrain and it’s quite flat at the shores. Divers can enjoy the scenic underwater beauty up to 25 meters deep. The San Chao Beach features powdery white sand and crystal clear water. Northwards from the beach is a Marine National Park Ranger Unit where camping is allowed at a small fee and with the approval of the officer in charge. Here, you can avail of water supply and use of the toilets, but remember to bring your own food. In front of the Ranger Unit is a man-made bridge made by dropping rocks and stones into the sea. This bridge was built to help transport supplies from the International Red Cross Organization to Vietnamese refugees in the past.
Koh Thong Lang
Location : Amphoe Koh Kood
Lies at the northeast of Rang Yai Island. The island is a popular sites for skin diving with abundant fishes and a vast array of varied coral. Swimming is discouraged, though, as the seabed is carpeted with corals.
Koh Tien
Location : Amphoe Koh Kood
Lies at the northeast of Rang Yai Island. Thien Island is the largest and most northerly of the three islands to the west of Koh Chang. The island is a popular sites for skin diving with abundant fishes and a vast array of varied coral. Swimming is discouraged, though, as the seabed is carpeted with corals.
Koh Tun
Location : Amphoe Koh Kood
Yak Island
Koh Yak
The second largest island in the group and sits about 50 kilometre off Rang's southern tip. The island is devoid of beaches and is rarely visited.
Koh Yak
Location : Amphoe Koh Kood
The biggest of the islands of the east of Rang Island. It is a popular dive spot. is a coral rock island with no beach and perfect for snorkeling.
Koh Yai
Location : Amphoe Koh Kood
Is a small rocky pinnacle with some excellent wildlife living on its Shallow ocean floor. Some excellent muck diving can be found and several species inhabit the rocks. Some of the fish and coral species can see anemones, clownish, stingrays, puffer fish, groupers and clams, which can be circumnavigated in on long and shallow dive.