For such a laid back and peaceful island, Koh Mak still has plenty of things to do.
At sea, activities range from lazy snorkeling trips and fun dives over at Koh Rang to some more serious exploration further afield at the wrecks near Koh Chang. You can also kayak out to the offshore islands or visit them all in one day on a more leisurely private speedboat tour.
Back on land, renting a bicycle or indeed a motorbike is a fun way to explore the island – there’s a maze of tracks, trails and even a couple of deserted beaches.
Meanwhile, down near the main pier, you can potter round a very interesting local museum or try your hand at Thai dishes in the cooking school next door.
For fitness and health, a very reputable Muay Thai gym runs twice daily sessions, allcomers welcome or you could join a Yoga class, play tennis and work out in the gym.
All in all, if lazing by the pool or on the beach becomes just too much, then you won’t be short of alternatives.
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