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Koh Kood Beaches

Overview of Koh Kood by Mantas Pralgauskas

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Haad Sai Daeng

Haad Sai Daeng is one of the one of the least known and less frequented beaches of Koh Kood. It is located along the west coast, a few hundred meters after Haad Ngam Kho. The small white sandy beach, about 170 meters long, lies in a secluded bay, encircled by crystal waters and lush vegetation. Usually the few beach's visitors are the customers of the two adjacent resorts and some tourists who appreciate its tranquillity. To reach Haad Sai Daeng from Haad Khlong Chao, follow the road leading to south, roughly 1 km after Haad Ngam Kho turn into the narrow concrete path in the right, this road in a couple of hundred meters leads to the car parking close to the beach. Read More  

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Haad Jak aka Neverland Beach

Ao Jak is an isolated and pristine bay located in the southern tip of Koh Kood. The bay hosts a beautiful white sandy beach, around 500 meters long. Known among tourists as Neverland Beach, it is encircled by coconut trees and stunning turquoise waters, ideal for swim and snorkelling. Behind the beach there is the only mid-priced accommodation with bar and restaurant, the Koh Kood Neverland Resort from which derives the name of beach. To reach Ao Jak from ao Ao Khlong Chao or Ao Taphao, follow the concrete road leading to the southern tip of Koh Kood, a couple of kilometers after the junction leading to Ao Takhian and Ao Klong Hin there is a dirt path on the right that leads to the bay, about 10 minutes by scooter from Ao Khlong Chao. Read More  

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East Coast

Koh Kood's east coast has not beaches that attract tourists interest, however there are some small coves with small stretches of sandy beaches to explore by boat, and three large sheltered bays, namely Ao Salad and Ao Yai Koet to north, and Ao Yai to south. Ao Salad hosts the Koh Kood's second main pier and a charming small fishing village. Ao Salad Pier is the arrival point of Princess Koh Kood boats linking the island to mainland. Baan Salad is just a place of transit for tourists and so has few facilities, anyway have some good seafood restaurants and a small resort. Ao Yai is the starting point and home of a small fishing community. The village is partly built on stilts and is worth a visit, to see fishermen at work or to enjoy a great lunch with fish and shellfish at restaurant located directly on the pier.Read More  

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Khlong Mad

Khlong Mad is a small fishing village located in the bay adjacent to Ao Taphao on the west coast, just a couple of km to north. The village, which is worth a visit, has a small sandy beach with only one resort in bungalow and some cafe bars, and it is the favorite destination of Thai tourists. To reach Klong Mad from Ao Taphao, follow the road that leads to Ao Salad on the east coast, after a few km you will find a junction on the left signposted to the village, the road is cemented.

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