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KOH RANG

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KOH RANG

20 miles from Ao Khlong Son

KOH RANG (G). 11°48.211N, 102°23.413E
KOH RANG (H). 11°47.089N, 102°23.052E

Another favourite of local sailors, the northern tip offers good overnight anchorage during the southwest season. Nice beaches surrounded by small islands and rocky outcrops make for a great view and excellent snorkelling.

Koh Rang is a part of the national park and offers limited daytime facilities. Entry to the national park is 400 baht.

South of (G), in the indent at 11°47.936N, 102°23.532E, is the National Park Headquarters with floating dock, snack shop and water hose. Anchor in 6-10 metres on sand and take your dinghy to the dock.

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