Coral islands

Koh Lan

This island has a surface of ‚Äč‚Äčabout 4 square kilometers and is located approximately 8 km from the coast. The most famous beach is Ta Waen Beach, 750 meters long with white sand, located in the north. Other beaches are Laem Thian Beach (700 meters) and Samae Beach (100 m), situated on the southwest coast.
You can reach the island with a ferry or a speedboat which you can hire.
You can go with a special glass-bottom boat: these boats have a bottom consisting of a glass plate, so you can admire the corals. Other major attractions include swimming, sunbathing, snorkeling, surfing, water skiing and parasailing.

Koh Krok

This island has a surface of only 0.5 square kilometers and consists mainly of rocks. Only in the east you can find Koh Krok beach, which is 100 meters long.

Koh Sak

This island has the same surface as Koh Krok and lies 10 km from the coast. There are two beaches: one in the north of 250 meters, where the tourist boats come and one in the south of about 80 meters. The two beaches are connected by a walkway.

Koh Phai archipelago

Koh Phai is the largest island and together with Man Wichai Koh, Koh Luan and Koh Klung Badan it forms an archipelago. Koh Phai is located about 13 km from the coast, can be reached by boat in 2 hours and is managed by the Thai navy. On a hill there is a lighthouse. You can sunbathe, swim and fish.