Koh Kood and Most of the beaches are on the west side of the island . The most popular areas are Tapao Beach and Khlong Chao Bay.
“Ta Tin Beach” is on the northeast of the island. The beach is accessible by boat only and on the west side of the island.
“Yai Ki Beach” is a very charming with a canal called “Khlong Yai Ki” passing through.
“Tapao Beach” is the gateway to Koh Kood as it is the island’s only port . Tapao Beach is also known as a nice snorkeling site. Apart from snorkeling, the beach is very good for swimming.
“Khlong Chao Bay” is on the west side of the island and approximately ? km south of Tapao Beach. .The beach is also suitable for swimmers and kayaking since there is a lovely canal called “Khlong Chao” running through the beach.
“Bang Bao Beach”, “Takian Beach” and “Prao Beach” are next to “Ngam Ko Beach”. These beaches are the last beaches on the southwestern part of the island.
“Yai Kerd Beach” is a very small beach on the northeast of the island only accessible by boat.
“Kluai Beach” is situated next to Yai Kerd Beach after crossing Kluai Cape. It is famous by its fine white sand and sea weed.
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