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Activities on Koh Kood
The first thing to do at Koh Kood is lazing on the beach, rest your life and mind on the cozy beach. Besides, you may snorkeling at the beautiful coral reefs at Koh Kood and nearby islands. Do not miss the water sport activities, such as Kayaking and Fishing. Sights on Koh Kood The wonderful waterfall “Nam Tok Khlong Chao” which was visited by King Rama VI in 1911, is one of the most beautiful place on Koh Kood. It consists of 3 tiers: the upper two are running streams and the lower one is a large pond – an ideal place for swimming. Maybe you can visit “Koh Wai” this small paradise is situated approximately 6 kilometers south of the southernmost end of Koh Chang. This island has the beautiful sandy beaches.

Ao Klong Hin Beach

Ao Khlong Hin is in the beautiful South of Koh Kood with a pristine beach of about 400 meters long. The entire Khlong Hin area is very pure & untouched and even a bit rough. Although this location is remote it’s quite easy to get there by motorbike. A small but paved road connects Ao Klong Hin with the main road. When driving to the South follow the signs to Pa Hin Sai and Cham’s House and take the exit to Khlong Hin Beach Resort right after leaving the main road.

Ao Prao Beach, Koh Kood

Almost 1000 meters of white sand make Ao Prao Beach or Haad Ao Phrao one of the longest and most beautiful beaches on Koh Kood. It’s located in the South of the island next to a small fishing village. Ao Phrao Bay is home to five different accommodations. The fis hing village is alongside the estuary in the Western corner of the bay. The renovated fishermen houses of For Rest Boutique House & Gumm Lonely Club are situated along this small and beautiful river.

Klong Chao Beach

Klong Chao Beach or Hat Khlong Chao is a beautiful beach with a central location. It’s the most popular beach on Koh Kood yet it’s never too crowded. Koh Kood has no crowded beaches and this one offers almost 800 meters of white and fine powdery sand also during high tide. It’s free of rocks and the water is crystal clear. No shops & no pushy souvenir vendors.

Klong Chao Waterfall

The waterfall is easy to reach by motorbike, bicycle, taxi or even by foot. Just follow the signs or rent a kayak and paddle up the Klong Jao River, a short trip but certainly worth it! The entry is close to the point where kayaks can’t go any further up river. Kayaks can be rented at several accommodations along the Khlong Jao River.

Ao Salat Bay

"Ao Salat" is a small fishing village. Located on the east side of Koh Kood away from the resort resort. There is a story in the past that in the past this bay was a shelter for the pirate ships plundered in this water to carry out the robbery. Then change the color of the boat before resale. It is the origin of the name "Ao Salat Bay"