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34 miles from Ao Nathon, Koh Samui

AO THIAN OG. 10°3.674N, 99°49.960E

Both of these bays offer protection in the northeast season. As everywhere around Koh Tao, use the moorings; don’t anchor anywhere near coral. There are restaurants and bungalows ashore, with good access at high tide only.

In the southwest monsoon, shelter can be found just to the north in Ao Leuk. Artificial reef has been laid in Ao Leuk so don’t anchor here. Orange moorings are available.

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Ao Thian Og, Koh Tao, Gulf of Thailand | Photo by MMarkin/
Ao Thian Og, Koh Tao, Gulf of Thailand | Photo by MMarkin/
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