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11 miles from ao Nathon, Samui

KOH KAtEN. 9° 22.450N, 99° 57.441E

approaching from the east beware of the unmarked rocks just past Lamai Beach. anchor between the islands in 5-6 metres on a muddy bottom, clear of the fringing reef on Koh Katen’s east coast. the approach from the west is clear and deep, following Koh Katen’s north coast.

With a small resort ashore, this is a pleasant and secluded overnight spot or an ideal day destination from the main island. There are trails through the mangroves leading to caves ashore.

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