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Koh Sichang is a large island in the middle of the sea about 12 kilometers from the Si Racha shore, Chonburi province. What attract visitors to the island is its beautiful natural surroundings, tranquil atmosphere and fresh air that have long made the island popular. Circling the island is a narrow road, only a little over 1 meter in width, wide enough only for a motorized tricycle.
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Koh Lan is situated to the west of Pattaya Strait, about 7.7 kms from the shore, covering an area of about 4 square kilometers. There are beautiful beaches, clear water, and an abundance of coral, Visitors can view the coral either from a glass-bottom boat or by diving down directly.
A well-known beach is at Ta Waen Beach in the northern part of the island, a 750 meters stretch of white sand with ...
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It lies approximately 6 kilometers offshore. Besides Koh Kudee there are two smaller islands, one is Koh Khangkhao and another is Koh Ruesee Cave. All three islands lie a little to the east of Koh Samet. The islands have beautiful natural landscapes and ringed by fine beaches which are ideal for swimming and camping on.... read more
It is the most well-known attraction of Rayong offers beautiful beaches with charming white sand, strange-shape rocks, suitable relaxation, water sporting, exploring the coral reefs beneath the sea. Koh Samet is located some 6.5 kilometers from Ban Phe. There are boat services available all day and many kinds of accommodation there.... read more
Koh Mun Nai is the island location of the turtle conservation station initiated by Her Majesty the Queen. The project conserves the breeding of hawksbill and olive turtles. 
Highlighted are Ao Ton Makham, Ao Hin Kod Ya, Ao Kong Kang and Ao Na Ban. These are full of coral reefs....
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Lying off the coast near Kram is the Koh Mun islands which consist of three islands, namely Koh Mun Nai, Koh Mun Klang and Koh Mun Nork. These three island (Koh) means inner, middle and outer respectively.
These islands are located about 5 kilometers off Laem Mae Phim and take about 50 minutes to reach by boat. The cost is about 500 baht per round trip. The islands are worth while explor...
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Koh Kood, Trat: is the second largest island to Koh Chang, and the fourth largest in Thailand after Koh Samui. Situated 80 kms southeast of the provincial city of Trat, Koh Kood is the farthest island from the mainland. It is also the easternmost island of Thailand bordering Cambodia. It is supported by essential infrastructure, which include a hospital, schools, police station, electricity (mainl... read more
is situated in south of Koh Chang but on top of Koh Kood. Most of the landscape is the coastal plain, pervaded iwth coconut and ruber plantations. Beautiful coves and beaches can be found every where on the island. In the coastal area around the island are the small islands consisting of Koh Rayang Nai, Koh Rayang Nok, Koh Pe, Koh Kham, Koh Kradad, Koh Nok and Koh Nok Nai. The rich coral reefs are... read more
Koh Chang Natinal Marine Park is a collection of over 40 large and small islands. The island chain is situated in the Gulf of Thailand approximately 8 km from the coast of Trat province. The main island Koh Chang is measured nearly 30 km long almost 14 km wide. It is located in the southeastern region of Thailand close to the border with Cambodia. The island runs parallel to the coast and appea... read more

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