Koh Kood and Neighbouring Islands

Koh Kood (also known as Ko Kut) is the second biggest island in the Mu Koh Chang Archipelago after Koh Chang itself and the fourth largest in Thailand. It is also the most southerly island in the group and the most easterly, being very close to Cambodian waters. Koh...

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...

Koh Mak Island – Thailand

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The Koh Rang Islands – Koh Chang

The Koh Rang islands consists of a group of 12 islands to the south of Koh Chang and the west of Koh Mak. {timg title:=”Koh Rang” thumb:=”images/stories/srv/properties/kohchangmarina/marinepark/kohrang10small.jpg”...

The southern Islands Koh Chang

There are five islands lying of the south coast of Koh Chang. Koh Lao Ya, Koh Lao Klang, Koh Lao Nok are sometimes classified as belonging to the Salakphet Island group, but they lie outside of the bay and are closer to the bigger island of Koh Wai. The fifth and...