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Ko Kradan

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Ko Kradan

Ko Kradan is a tiny island and nothing (not even the beautiful reef) is more than five minutes' away. While Paradise Lost occupies a piece of land cut into the jungle interior, the rest of the island's accommodation is spread along the beach on the island's east end. Our pick of these is Kalume Village for value, but if you're in search of luxury and have money to burn, check out four-star Seven Seas Resort, owned by one of Thailand's most famous actors (rates at Seven Seas start at over 10,000 baht/night).

  • Kalume Village

    Kalume Village

    Best value on the beach

    Ko Kradan
    T: (086) 905 5034; F: (082) 492 1151

    If you're set on staying on the beach for under 1,000 baht, Kalume's small and simple thatch-roofed bamboo bungalows are your only option. They are tiny, with just enough room for a fan, double bed ... Read the full review of Kalume Village.

    3.5 stars 600B to 1,500B 1 vote Flashpacker
  • Kradan Beach Resort

    Kradan Beach Resort

    Functional but uninspired

    Ko Kradan
    T: (075) 211 391; F: (075) 590 270

    The oldest of Ko Kradan's resorts, Kradan Beach Resort is the first you'll see after arriving on the beach, and they appear to have stepped up their game since our last visit, as well as their ... Read the full review of Kradan Beach Resort.

    3.5 stars 1,500B to 4,000B 4 votes Midrange
  • Paradise Lost

    Paradise Lost

    Paradise found

    Ko Kradan
    T: (089) 587 2409; F: (087) 389 8408

    Owned and managed by Wally, a laidback and fascinating Hawaiian who sailed the Pacific for 30 years, Paradise Lost is set in a clearing directly in the middle of the island, about two-minutes' walk ... Read the full review of Paradise Lost.

    3.5 stars 600B to 1,500B 5 votes Flashpacker


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