Koh Kood

Situated 80 kilometres off the mainland, an hour by plane from Bangkok, Koh Kood is known for its unspoilt natural beauty. Home to an ancient rainforest, gentle hillsides and deserted coconut palm fringed beaches, discover Thailand’s fourth largest island.

Watersports abound in Koh Kood’s pristine cobalt waters, and include sailing in a catamaran, kayaking, windsurfing, waterskiing and wakeboarding. Snorkel or dive amidst coral and abundant marine life around Koh Rang, and Koh Chang Marine Park. Embark on an excursion to glimpse at the local rubber tree plantations, visit an organic honey farm, trek in the rainforest and swim in the refreshing lagoon at Klong Chao waterfall. Head to the colourful fishing village Ao Salad on the northeastern coast. Built on stilts that overlook the sea, daily life there remains much the same as it was hundreds of years ago. Further afield, the mythical temples of Cambodia’s Angkor Wat are a magical site to behold. A diverse island playground—Koh Kood.