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    Majestic Splendour

    Klong Son Bay, Koh Chang

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    A Tropical Paradise Island

    Klong Son Bay, Koh Chang

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    Siam Royal View, Koh Chang

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    The Art of Nature

    Klong Son Bay, Koh Chang

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    Pristine Waters, Lush Green Hills

    Siam Royal View, Koh Chang

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    A Place for Quality Time

    Siam Royal View, Koh Chang

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    In the Front Row of Life

    Siam Royal View, Koh Chang

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    Golfing on the Beach

    Siam Royal View, Koh Chang

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    A Safe Haven for Your Yacht

    Siam Royal View Marina, Koh Chang

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    A Home with a Magical Touch

    Siam Royal View, Koh Chang

  • Tropical Perfection
    Tropical Perfection

    Siam Royal View, Koh Chang

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    Welcome to Another World

    Klong Son Bay, Koh Chang /

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The Koh Mak Islands

Koh Mak (sometimes spelled Koh Maak or Ko Mak) is the largest of a small archipelago of eight islands south of the much larger Koh Chang. The island of Koh Mak itself os covered here this page gives details on the other islands in the group.

Koh Kradad

Koh Kradad is the biggest of Koh Mak’s satellite islands and is situated to the northwest. Koh Kradad is privately owned and there is a fee of 60 baht for visiting.

Koh Kradad

Flat and about two kilometres in length, Koh Kradad is home to a coconut farm and, rather unusually, a sizeable herd of semi-tame deer who wander around free at will.

The family that own Koh Kradad operate a few beachside bungalows for rent, but don’t expect the white sand present on many of the islands in the area. The beach is average at best and there are much better locations in the Mu Koh Chang archipelago to enjoy some beach time.

Koh Kham

Koh Nok Nok and Koh Nok Nai

These tiny islands sit off the northern tip of Koh Kradad. Koh Nok Nai is the nearer of the two to Koh Kradad.

Koh Rayang Nok and Koh Rayang Nai

Koh Rayang Nok and Koh Rayang Nai lie off the south west of Koh Mak in Ao Kathueng Bay. Koh Rayan Nai is closer to Koh Mak and is easily reached by walking at low tide.

Koh Rayang Nok is the more attractive of the two; yet another picture postcard tropical paradise. The island is privately owned and is home to a single resort. The main beach is a 50-metre stretch of beautiful white sand.

The waters around the two islands are crystal clear and popular with the diving/snorkelling fraternity so expect a degree of boat traffic especially in high season.

Koh Pe

Koh Pe is a tiny island sits just north of the south-west in the waters dividing Ao Lom and Ao Phra Bays.

Koh Kham

Koh Kham

Koh Kham is one of the jewels of the Koh Mak islands. It lies in Ao Suan Yai Bay, to the northwest of Koh Mak.

The island is privately owned and boasts a white sand beach, crystal clear waters and some good coral reefs.

Koh Kham Island off the coast of Koh Mak

Sailing Guide to the Koh Mak Islands

The Koh Mak islands are an excellent sailing destination for boats based in Koh Chang. Not only does Koh Mak itself have a stunning coastline to explore from the water but a number of the outlying islands are worthy of a visit themselves; the most notable being Koh Rayang Nok and Koh Kham.

Sailors wishing to explore the islands for a number of days will find plenty of sheltered bays to anchor as well as piers on Koh Mak itself.

One of the most highly recommended areas in the whole archipelago.

Koh Kradad video

Koh Kham video 1

Koh Kham video 2

Links to discovering the islands of the Mu Koh Chang Archipelago

Mu Koh Chang Archipelago Island Guide

State of the art Thailand marina on Koh Chang

Sailing Koh Chang - A Boat Owners Paradise

Koh Mak Island

 

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