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47 miles from Koh Lanta Lighthouse

KOH BULON LE EAST. 6°49.734N, 99°32.663E

The eastern coast is a series of beaches, for the most part, with secure holding in 6 metres on a sandy bottom. This anchorage provides little shelter in the northeast monsoon season. Some provisions are available at the resorts ashore and at the National Park campground on an all-tide beach. The island is crisscrossed with many trails leading to secluded bays and beaches.

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