Koh Kood island

Koh Kood is the most remote, little inhabited by tourists and, perhaps, the most picturesque island of the Mu Ko Chang archipelago. This mountainous island, most of which is covered with impenetrable jungle, boasts unrealistically beautiful and almost deserted beaches.

Koh Kut is an 80% private island. All basic infrastructure, respectively, is located at the hotels. Hotels are scattered along the west coast, centered on Klong Chao Beach, where the island’s “public” life is concentrated. The best part about Koh Kut is that almost all the beaches are uncrowded (at least as of this writing). the island is large, and there are few hotels on the island.

There are no banks or ATMs on the island, only large hotels accept credit cards (stock up on cash). The beaches are snow-white, with absolutely hedonistic beach areas and terraces equipped at the hotels. The format of hotel accommodation is mainly beach bungalows. Rest here is paradise, but be prepared for the fact that, as on any “hotel” island with a minimum of competition – the quality and price level of offers for bungalows, food, motorbikes, day tours, etc., on the island of Ko Kood will be higher than the average for Thailand

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