Koh Kood, despite being the fourth largest island in Thailand. Koh Kood has managed to remain an unspoiled slice of tropical heaven. Located in Trat Province, Koh Kood is the southernmost of the Koh Chang island chain. With gorgeous beaches and little other infrastructure it’s a resort destination that caters to those looking for a quiet beach paradise, with soft sand, crystal clear water, and little else.
Skip planning and logistics and enjoy an all-encompassing 15-day tour of Thailand, Vietnam, and Cambodia. Whether it’s your first time visiting the region or you are a regular, organizing travel between the three countries can be a hassle on your own. Luckily, with private car transportation and flights between the countries, this tour ensures you don’t have to worry about any of the details.
At the level of 1,200 meter above the sea level, this abundant national park offers not only theAmazing waterfalls, varied plants and wild animals for the nature lovers, but it also hides the fascinating historical aspect of the discovery of the ancient tools and relics, which make the place quite popular for the historians and theologians.
Rayong, boasting indispensable sea-life resources, Rayong is one of the country’s major agricultural and industrial provinces. On the other hand, the province has maintained its traditions and customs in the daily lifestyles of the locals. Most renowned for its quiet and unspoiled beaches, including Mu Koh Samet National Park, Rayong is a popular beach getaway destination for Bangkok residents and a renowned producer of seafood related goods.