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Nearby Islands



Koh Chang
 

Koh Chang is the largest Island in the 52 Island Marine National Park and only about 30 minutes away from Koh Mak by speed boat. The coastline of Koh Chang has some nice beaches although most have become fairly commercialized within the last few years. Inland there are  virgin rainforests,  jungles, high mountain peaks and some waterfalls. A trip to Koh Chang direct from Koh Mak is possible but an overnight stay is recommended 

 
Koh Kood

Koh Kood is located at the very end of the Thai eastern maritime territory bordering Cambodia and is the last Island in the Trat Sea Waters. It covers 105 square kilometers and is the second biggest island after Koh Chang. Koh Kood has a mountainous terrain in the central region. About 70% of Koh Kood is covered by tropical rainforest. Development is scarce and mostly at coastal areas, it is much less developed than Koh Chang.

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The Marine National Park

Of the 52 Islands in the marine National Park only 10 are inhabited but many others are accessible by boat. Desert Island beaches are in abundance and boat trips are available from Koh Mak to many Islands for sightseeing or Diving and snorkeling. Near Koh Mak are the small Islands of Koh Rayang,  Koh Kham & Koh Kradad with small bungalow resorts on the beautiful white sand beaches. A short boat journey will take you to any of these Islands. Slightly further are the Islands of Koh Klum, Koh Wai,  Koh Ngam, and  Koh Lao Ya.

Your visit to Koh Mak will not be complete without a trip around the Islands in the Marine National Park .

       

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