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Fantastic daytime anchorages anywhere around Koh Chuku on the sandy bottom. Watch out for rapidly rising reef on west coast. Limited moorings are available. Abundance of fish life and baby sharks make this a must stop for aquatic enthusiasts.

Koh Chuku is popular with day trippers from Koh Lipe for short photo-op visits, but there are no restaurants or other facilities here, so early morning, lunchtime and late afternoon you’ll probably have the place to yourself.

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Koh Chuku (also known as Koh Bon)
Quick photo op on Koh Chuku (also known as Koh Bon) for SEAP publisher Grenville Fordham | Photo by Suphaporn Fordham
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