12 miles from Koh Maisi Lek
Anchor in 5 metres on sand off a long white sand beach backed by casuarinas and sand dunes.
An outstanding spot with a small resort, with a jetty, that’s sure to be snapped up in the near future for a luxury resort.
There’s a small road that crosses the island and the western corner of the bay has a few shops and very local cafés around the entrance to a sizeable river. The river is navigable by dinghy for two miles and leads to a large monastery and temple complex well hidden in the jungle. This is a ‘National Geographic worthy’ trip.
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