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5 miles from Ao Nang, Krabi

NORTH KOH DAM KHWAN. 7°57.490N, 98°48.447E

(EAST KOH PODA NOK) This beautiful anchorage in about 12 metres is secure for overnight stops in the northeast monsoon season. Tuck in behind the large expanse of coral reef extending from the main island to a group of rocky islets off the north end of Koh Dam Khwan.

The snorkelling is superb and the large reef closing the passage between Dam Hok and Dam Khwan is easily reached by dinghy. National Park Rangers are busy here collecting that 400 baht per person going ashore.

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Beach at Koh Dam Khwan | Photo by Suphaporn Fordham
Beach at Koh Dam Khwan | Photo by Suphaporn Fordham
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