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11 miles from Ao Nang, Krabi

KOH HONG SOUTH. 8°4.612N, 98°40.805E

This is an excellent overnight stop during the northeast monsoon. anchorage is in 15-20 metres, or take a mooring if your draft allows. There is a small restaurant on the beach each day, and it will open for an evening meal, if requested, before sunset.

A beautiful white silica sand beach is broken by huge monolithic rocks that provide shade on shore all day. Fringed by a coral reef, this is one of the prettiest bays in the area but is not accessible at low springs by dinghy. A National Park Ranger station is ashore; the park entrance fee is 500 baht per head.

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