Koh Kood is located in Trat province in southeast Thailand, adjacent to the famous Elephant Island. The island is much less developed than Elephant Island and has a more natural environment. It is visited mainly by Thai and European travelers who are looking for a more off-the-beaten track experience than what is offered on Koh Chang or Samui.
Hotel🏨：We recommend you stay at the resort near Zao Yun River Beach which has the most beautiful and widest white sand beach on the island, next to the clear bay of the Chao Canal where you can take a boat tour or explore the mangroves.
-Ao Nang Beach, attached to another beautiful beach, is longer than the other beaches. There are also some accommodations here and it's less crowded, so it's suitable for travelers who like more privacy.
-You can watch the sunrise from ia ka beach, which is about 500 meters long and surrounded by coconut trees. Many fishermen live here and it's a good spot for catching sunrises!
We arrived at Suvarnabhumi Airport by Bangkok flight from Suvarnabhumi Airport (1 hour), then transferred to a bus that took us to Limsobpil pier, where we boarded a ferry to Dogbone Island.
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