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We visited this beach as part of a day trip around Koh Phangan (the trip costs 500 baht (about $16) for the day). We had about an hour there. The beach is beautiful soft sand, and you can wade into the ocean for 200-300 meters...More
A beautiful beach compared to those around the islands. Quite white sand with gem-like water quality. Less activity there - very quiet to have a quality time with your family especially those with small kids as they could even play with the sand there.
There are no private beaches in Thailand, even so, this one felt private. A small bay with a few hotels and restaurants and very little happening. I have no idea what it would be like in high season, but even so, it's out of the...More
The wide sandy covered beach offers plenty of shade in a tranquil atmosphere. There are some bars and restaurants right on the beach. Beautiful, not too crowded beach and meanwhile a good road to get there.
Stayed for two weeks at seaview villa . Five minutes walk to this beach .
. The villa is amazing, 3 large bedrooms, 3 large bathrooms, large lounge , kitchen, and dining area. Kitchen has cooker job , fridge freezer, microwave ,kettle ,toaster .
Our local guide took us here. She said it was one of their favouite beaches on the island. No disappointments at all, it was indeed the most beautiful beach we visited there. No crowd, clean, well equipped bathroom. Bar is also affordable. Sea was warm...More
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To be honest... if I was to redo my whole holiday all over again, I'd probably avoid going to Koh Kood. The absolute effort of getting there, only two ferries go daily, and if you miss them you're stuck in Trat city (which... More
To be honest... if I was to redo my whole holiday all over again, I'd probably avoid going to Koh Kood. The absolute effort of getting there, only two ferries go daily, and if you miss them you're stuck in Trat city (which happened me) my hotel never informed me, I stayed at "Chams house" which looks amazing but is in fact disgusting! If you are picky with accommodation, maybe do a good research on where to stay, apparently there is limited hotels on the island, the beaches are nothing compared to Koh Phangan, and the vibes and ambiance that place has to offer. (I'm not talking about partying) but in general it has such a great vibe about it! But in saying all this, everyone has their own taste. I found Koh Kood just average! And I'd never want to go back.