Places To Visit In Koh Kood

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1. Scuba Diving in Koh Kood

Scuba Diving in Koh Kood
4.5 /5

4 km
from city center
1 out of 2
places to visit in Koh Kood

Koh Kood boasts its white sand beaches with pristine crystalline waters, making it a divers paradise. Snorkelling and kayaking are popular too. July to September are bad months because the weather condition reduces visibility. For the rest of the year, visibility is 15-30m. You can see turtles, stingrays, barracudas, sea horses and small fishes, all in abundance. Although, it is advisable to stay away from the coral reefs. Ao Tum, Bang Bao, Clong Hin are a few beautiful diving spots in Koh Kood. The popular diving shops to choose from are BB divers, Koh Kood divers and Paradise divers, all of them provide PADI and open water courses.

2. Waterfalls in Koh Kood

Waterfalls in Koh Kood
4.3 /5

3 km
from city center
2 out of 2
places to visit in Koh Kood

Koh Kood is a natural wonder with most of its land covered in jungle and mountainous terrain, hence boasting the gorgeous waterfalls.

FAQs on Koh Kood

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Itinerary for a 2-day trip to Koh Kood

Day 1 
  • Start your journey to Koh Kood by taking the PG301 flight from Bangkok Airport so that you can reach Trat Airport by 9:20 AM.
  • Then, take a taxi (it is a good idea to book a taxi in advance) from Trat Airport to reach the Laem Sok Pier, which would take roughly 45 minutes.
  • The first Boonsiri Ferry, which is a high-speed catamaran, of the day leaves the Laem Sok Pier at 10:45 AM and costs about 500 THB per person.
  • Keep your luggage in the resort and grab something to eat and then venture out to one of the many beaches of Koh Kood to enjoy some water activities such as snorkelling, diving or fish watching.
  • Relax and enjoy the breathtaking view of the beach. Head to any of the small restaurants that are closest to the beach and maybe give a try to the local Thai cuisine.
  • After lunch, head over to visit the Klong Chao waterfall by kayaking and then walk the rest of the way by following the short jungle trail. Enjoy a peaceful swim at the large pool and maybe swing the rope if you are in the mood.
  • After that head towards Huang Nam Kaew waterfall and follow the road signs to see the two ancient big trees - a banyan tree and the Makka tree that has been there on the island for an astounding 200 and 500 years.
  • End your day by grabbing some delicious snacks and evening drinks while enjoying the live music at Bartist.
Day 2
  • Start your second day in Koh Kood by grabbing breakfast from your resort or from a nearby restaurant.
  • Then, rent a motorbike, which you should be able to get for about 300-350 Baht, and head over to Ao Yai fishing village. On the way, don’t forget to capture the enchanting view of the village from the Ao Yai viewpoint.
  • Upon reaching the village, you’ll get to witness the traditional lifestyle of the locals and a number of colourful wooden houses built on stilt above the sea. Visit one of the many seafood restaurants here to have a delicious meal and then maybe try to arrange for a fishing or snorkelling tour with the locals if you can.
  • Next, head over to Bang Bao beach and buy yourself a bottle of wine and some snacks and enjoy the sunset at the beach with an evening drink.
  • After that visit the Fisherman Hut Music Station nearby that has new live bands playing over almost every night of the week.

How can I commute within Koh kood?

Public taxis are the main mode of transport in Koh Kood. Motorbike renatal is another way of travelling, costing around 300 Baht per day. Cycles can be rented at around 150 Baht per day. For those who want to laze around and spend more time here, small boat trips are a great way of exploring the island.
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