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4 miles from ao Nang, Krabi

NORTH KOH DAM HOK. 7° 58.569N, 98° 48.621E

A fairly secure overnight anchorage in 12 metres exists, in both seasons, between the main island and the small islet. The bottom is sandy giving way to coral outcrops towards the beach. On shore is a nice beach and flat sandy ground shaded by casuarinas — fine for cool walks around the island.

A bungalow resort with a restaurant nestles up against the hill. Snorkellers should swim off the north-eastern end of the beach, where there is an area of shallow coral reef.

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