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Koh Mak

Koh Mak  

Koh Mak located between Koh Chang and Koh Kood, about 40 km from the mainland is a group of 9 islands called the Moo Koh Mak.

Koh Mark  including Koh Maak, Koh Kradad, Koh Kham and Koh Rayang Nok. Koh Maak, with an area of only 16 sq km and a 27-km coastline, is the third largest island of the Marine Park. It has a flat terrain with plenty of coconut and rubber plantations with long beaches and clear seawaters. There are only a few hundred people living here, most of them related.

Koh Mak is a Family Island so if your looking for nightlife and partying then Koh Mak is not for you. Surrounded by 50 additional small islands, in the marine national park Koh Mak is an ideal destination for all travelers who desire beautiful tropical surroundings unspoiled by mass tourism.

Amongst 10,000 palm trees, there’s a temple, three fishing community villages, rubber plantations, two uninhabited beaches, a primary school, a market, a health centre, three diving schools, few shops, two internet café’s, and thirteen small, unassuming resorts

From Koh Chang to Koh Mak, there are daily trips leaving early in the morning from Bang Bao Pier. These are usually large boats offering snorkelling excursions to the four main islands of Koh Maak, Koh Wai, Koh Kradang and Koh Kham. They can drop you off at your place of choice. A one-way trip to Koh Maak from Bang Bao Pier costs 300 Baht (about 8 USD). Boat leaves twice a day during high season at 8:00 a.m. and at noon. It takes around 2 hours. From November to April, one boat a day leaves from Laem Ngob Pier to Ao Nid on Koh Maak’s southeastern coast.
Koh Maak is shaped like a cross. The best beaches are on the southwest coast at Ao Khao, and the northwest coast at Ao Suan Yai, where the tiny Koh Kham lies in the distance. The main pier to Laem Ngob is the Ao Nid Pier, east of the island. Infrastructure is limited but there is a road system that conveniently links up the island. Ao Suan Yai to the northwest has the longest and most beautiful beach where you can view Koh Raet, Koh Phee, Koh Kham as well as the captivating sunset. The beach is lined with lazy coconut trees. There are some fine restaurants here too. During low tide, a sand dune appears between Koh Maak and Koh Kham allowing you to walk across.
Ao Khao on the southwest is another spectacular site of fine beach with clear waters and great views of Koh Kood, Koh Rayang Nai, Koh Rayang Nok and the beautiful sunset. There are some reefs teeming with plentiful fishes and is a favourite site for the anglers.

There is no public transport on the island. Visitors walk or rent bikes to get around. Some of the resorts have cars for quick trips at a minimal fee.

Koh Kham, the best time for travelling is between November and February.

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