The Thai islands of Koh Chang, Koh Kood, Koh Mak and Koh Wai are located on the eastern side of the Gulf Of Thailand, sharing a maritime border with Cambodia.
If you are planning a holiday in this part of the world, then look no further than these islands. From luxurious resorts to backpacker bungalows, beautiful beaches around each corner, restaurants, nightlife and a fantastic daily choice of things to do, Koh Chang, Koh Kood, Koh Mak and Koh Wai have it all.
The largest and most popular of the islands with deluxe hotels, boutique resorts or backpacker huts. Fabulous beaches, diving and snorkeling, waterfalls, elephant trekking, jungle treks, offshore islands, massage and spas, restaurants and nightlife.
The second largest of the islands, with backpacker rooms, boutique and luxury resorts, white sand beaches, waterfalls, mangroves, huge old trees, diving and snorkeling, local fishing villages, speedboats, charming wooden piers, sunsets and tranquillity.
The family island, with small friendly resorts, backpackers huts, wild coasts, long sweeping beaches, cycling and kayaking, snorkeling, dive schools, forest walks, offshore islands, restaurants and relaxing bars.
The smallest of the islands, a handful of resorts and bungalows dotted along a coastal path, lovely white sand beaches, great snorkeling, electricity from generators, no shops or vehicles, escape and unwind.