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6 miles from Koh Maisi Lek

AO KHLONG CHAO. 11°37.727N, 102°32.492E

Sufficient protection here during the northeast season. The best spot is in 5 metres on sand off the mouth of the khlong in the centre of the bay. One of Koh Kut’s larger rivers enters the ocean here.

Up river beyond the bridge is a small wooden jetty with a 20-minute walking track to a jungle waterfall and plunge pool. The falls run best from November to March and comes with toe-nibbling-fish and a rope swing.

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Sand spit at Ao Khlong Chao, Koh Kut
Sand spit at Ao Khlong Chao, Koh Kut | Photo by Bill O’Leary
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