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KOH HANG TAO & NANG YUAN

This is a stunning spot, with coral sand beaches having joined the three islets. The beaches are just covered at high water, but still provide protection from swell and waves.

Orange moorings can be found on the sandy patches to the north of the smallest island on the east side of the group, and the bottom is clearly visible. Alternatively, moorings are located west of Koh Hang Tao on sand in 12-15 metres.

Bungalows, a restaurant and dive shop are available on the middle island at Nang Yuan Resort. There are many underwater rocks to the west of these islets, which are marked by dive boat buoys, and are excellent for diving.

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