Travel in Koh Mak
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Koh Mak (Koh Mak)
Must visit beache on Koh Mak
You will find most of the beaches on Koh Mak have something special to offer. Snorkelling with fishes, camping at an abandoned resort or jumping from huge boulders into the turquoise waters are just a few unique things to do to make for an incredible day....View All
Hotels & Resorts on Koh Mak
Hotels in Koh Mak cover a wide range of styles; from cheap yet comfortable guesthouses located in Village - the heart of the action in Koh Mak – to mid-range prices bungalows situated all around beach and Koh Mak to stylish tropical resorts set on the remote northeastern coast of the island, there is really an accommodation type for everyone in Koh Mak....View All
How to get to Koh Mak
How to get to Koh Mak, Whether by land, sea, or air, here are the best ways to get from Bangkok to Koh Mak, From Bangkok to Koh Mak by Plane, From Bangkok to Koh Mak by VIP Bus & Ferry Package, From Bangkok to Koh Mak by Train and Ferry and from any departure to Koh Mak by Bus and ferry....View All
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Koh Mak Pier
Arriving at one of Koh Mak's ferry piers to get to the island. If you travel by car around Thailand, you can get to Koh Mak by ferry which offers an economical way to get there. Travelling by ferry to Koh Mak from the main pier on the mainland - takes roughly few hours. The cruise is usually tranquil, and has a strong holiday feel....View All
Map Koh Mak (Koh Mak)
The island of Ko Mak is in the east of the Gulf of Thailand, 35 kilometers from the mainland, and is the third largest island in Trat Province, after Koh Chang and Koh Kut. With an area of 16 square kilometers, Ko Mak has 27 km of coastline, many long sandy beaches, and a few hills. The island is home to approximately 800 locals and renowned for its beautiful beaches, having been included in the UK's Sunday Times 10 most beautiful beaches list in 2006. Ko Mak has a temple, a primary school, three fishing villages, a market, and a health center. It is possible to walk to Ko Kham, a smaller island less than 1 km northwest of Ko Mak during low tide.
In addition to the beautiful beaches, the island's hinterland is very green with natural forest as well as coconut and rubber plantations. The majority of local people still work on the coconut and rubber farms which are the island’s main export products . Koh Mak provides a diversity in flora and fauna which can be discovered on land and under water in the near marine national park. Being a tropical island, you might have the chance so see scorpions, snakes, spiders and colorful butterflies. Unfortunately, there are jellyfish in the shallow water of Koh Mak’s coastline. Therefore most resorts installed nets in order to provide save swimming areas in the sea.
Ao Pai beach having bristled up dense line coco palms, was bent by a half moon in northern part of Ao Nid bay. Once the first here have located emigrants arrived to Koh Mak. Some of them continue to live in the bay, being engaged in fishery, an agriculture and tourist business.
Ao Pai beach is present tropical paradise where for your rest will be accompanied with silence and tranquility of the surrounding nature which becomes especially beautiful in the middle of a hot season - when shore of a bay become covered by scarlet petals of falling flowers.
Ao Suan Yai
Ao Suan Yai is a long beach lining the big bay on Koh Mak’s northwest shore, directly across the island from Ao Khao Beach and its major jetty.This is one of the prettiest and most tropical-looking of this island’s beaches, with thick groves of coconut palms swaying out over the sands and casuarina trees casting shadows and dropping their needles into a fine carpet below. The sand is fine grain and runs in a long narrow strip facing shallow water. Little of the beach remains dry at high tide, while at low tide there is lots of sand but little water left in the bay. As the photos show, however, lack of sand or water do not detract from this beach’s overall tropical appeal.
The beach has lovely sunset views, with a vista that includes a view of three islands, Koh Kham, Koh Chang and Koh Pi. Nearby Koh Kham is a popular destination for kayaking, one of the few activities on Koh Mak aside from simply relaxing with a book or eating and drinking by the beach.
Ao Nid Pier
The main entrance to the beautiful little island of Koh Mak. Ao Nid Pier is a great introduction to the Koh Mak Island experience as well as it is easy to get to especially from places like Bangkok, Pattaya or Koh Kood among others. The pier offers speedboat trips to surrounding islands along with catamaran services. It is an adequate pier with enough capability to get the job done.
In the southwest of Koh Mak There is a beautiful beach line to relax. And is one of the beautiful sunset spots on Koh Mak. From the Ao kho you can see Koh Kood, Rayang Nai and Koh Rayang Nok clearly. The beach area is quiet, clear water, swimming well, sometimes there are rocks that are home to fish. Popular tourist come to fishing.
Ao Ban Yai
This bay has a peaceful atmosphere. Na Nok Bay and Suan Yai Bay are long, continuous bays. Due to the long stretch of beach and accommodation in many bays Hence the name of the beach according to the name of the accommodation such as Ao Ao Holiday Beach, with beautiful nature Shallow water beach landscape is good for swimming. Above the beach is a coconut grove. Can see the glittering island The island is clear. Visitors can take a long-tail boat to travel. Takes 5-10 minutes. The bay of Lazy Day Beach is adjacent to Holiday Beach. Can walk to walk along the beach. From this beach, there are roads that connect to other beaches as well.
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