Most Popular Resorts in Koh Kood Island.

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Shantaa Resort Koh Kood
Here at Shantaa Resort Koh Kood a boutique resort on Koh kood, you can truly get away from your busy life.You will wake to the gentle breezes rustling... 21 October 2013 16:11:00

Siam Beach Resort Koh Kood
Siam Beach Koh Kood Resort, Located on Ao Bang Bao, Koh Kood ( Ko Kut ), Trat, Thailand is one of the best alternatives for independent visitors to Ko... 4 July 2014 10:48:00

How to get to Koh Kood
There are 3 way for get to Koh Kood, by speedboat, express boat (kut express company) and big boat (koh kood princess company),can take them at Lamsok... 4 July 2014 10:53:00

Kokut

Travel

Scuba diving
Scuba diving is a great way to discover the underwater world around Ko Kut. Diving off Ko Kut is easy, fun, and you can see turtles, stingrays, barracudas, lots of small fish and sometimes sea horses. Nearly any time of the year except from July till end of September is good diving weather in Ko Kut and visibility can exceed 30 m. Average visibility is around 15-20 m. From July till September visibility is reduced to 5 m and the seas are choppy. It is possible and perfectly comfortable to swim and dive without a wetsuit year round. However, as with most diving, a wetsuit is recommended to help reduce risk of cuts or injury. Avoid contact with coral reefs
 

Provides an opportunity to experience island culture.

Ko Kut (also Koh Kood) is an island in Trat Province in the Gulf of Thailand and the easternmost island before Cambodia. The island is a popular spot for package tourists and families. The island has virtually no night life, so if you are after partying this is definitely not the place to go.

Get around
Getting around can be a bit of a hassle since taxis are not available. The best way to get around is by motorbike (expect to pay around 300-350 baht per day) which can be rented at almost all resorts. Road conditions vary between dirt roads and paved roads. Maps are available though a bit confusing. Bicycles can also be hired (around 150 baht per day), but the heat and the hilly nature of the roads makes them of limited usefulness for all but die-hard cyclists. Bang Bao Boat has a speedboat and one or two competitors.

Do
Swimming in the crystal clear waters, sunbathing (many sandflies depending on beaches and season), scuba-diving, snorkelling, kayaking, trekking to the waterfall, checking out the view of Klong Chao Beach from the viewpoint which can be accessed by motorbike or by foot along a path that originates at the south end of the beach and winds through some trees and has a short climb along a paved path to the viewpoint. Good coffee can be enjoyed here. Or just relax and read a book. There are virtually no towns on Ko Kut so sightseeing is pretty limited. The fishing village of Ao Salat (northeast island) is home to around 300 people, making it the largest settlement on the island. The village is built on stilts in the water, and is quite interesting and well worth the the rather long road trip to get there. Expect to pay around 500 baht for the trip as cars are quite scarce. Or rent a scooter to get around. You can also enjoy a fishing trip (day or night),trekking and spear gun fishing (contact Jay at Sunset Bar).

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