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KOH MAK

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KOH MAK

22 miles from Ao Khlong Son

KOH MAK (I). 11°49.196N, 102°27.347E
KOH MAK (J). 11°48.487N, 102°27.523E

This is a large, very flat, island that has been inhabited for over 100 years. The favoured mode of transportation is by bicycle, motorbike or foot, which makes for a pleasant atmosphere. Local ferries deliver passengers to the numerous resorts scattered around the island with the main beach at (I).

( I ).The large bay on the northwest side of the island has good protection, although in depths less than 7 metres you may encounter coral heads. Anchor NW of the village pier in 5-7 metres for a short walk behind the resort to local artist Somchai’s house, where the grounds display his sculptures and are open to visitors.

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Koh Mak - Photo by 501room/Shutterstock
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