Koh Chang Islands

koh-chang-islands The Koh Chang islands come in all shapes and sizes either just off the coast or further out to sea.

Koh Ngam and Koh Laoya, near to the south east corner of Koh Chang have very pretty beaches and some accommodation, with Koh Laoya featuring on the radar of a few boat trips.

Off Koh Chang’s north west and west coast, as well as in Salak Phet bay in the south, there are clusters of tiny uninhabited islands, great for visiting in a kayak, but perhaps the best known of all is Koh Rang, about an hour out from Bang Bao, with Koh Mak to its west. This is the centre of the Marine Park with three distinct sets of tiny isles off its shores, a snorkeling and diving paradise.

As to how many islands make up the Koh Chang Islands, 52 to 54 is the figure that the various surveys settle on, with other scattered rocks and pinnacles, such as the dive sites at Hin Rap and Hin Luk Bat, not included in that total. 43 of this figure are given Marine Park designation, principally all those around Koh Chang, Koh Wai and Koh Rang, with the islands off Koh Mak and Koh Kood not falling into that classification.

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Koh Rang

If you leave from Koh Chang on a boat trip, it is very likely you will head here as part of your day. It’s the centre of the Marine Park with tiny offshore islands all around, coral reefs, a rangers’ station, bungalows and camping. It does cost 200bt to visit, so remember to always add this to your day trip prices.

Your Full Guide to Koh Rang is here


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Koh Ngam

A tiny island off the south east corner of Koh Chang which can be reached by boat trips or by kayaking past Long Beach in Salak Phet Bay. It has just one resort which is currently closed.

Your Full Guide to Koh Ngam


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Koh Laoya

Further out to sea from the south east of Koh Chang, a collection of three islands with just one solitary resort, used by Thai weekenders. Visited by many boat trips as part of their 3 island tours or by private tours out of Salak Phet and Bang Bao.

Your Full Guide to Koh Laoya is here


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Koh Klum, Koh Yuak, Koh Chang Noi – Koh Chang Islands

A complete round up of all the tiny islands and rocks visible from Koh Chang, whether near Klong Son, off Kai Bae Beach or in Salak Phet bay, Most can be visited on day trips or boat tours or by kayaking. Details too on the uninhabited islands further out to sea.

Your Full Guide to Koh Klum, Koh Yuak, Koh Chang Noi – Koh Chang Islands is here


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