Archive for the 'East coast islands' Category

May 01 2013

The best beaches on Ko Kut

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Interested?

Set off the far eastern coast of Thailand, to the south of better known Ko Chang, lies glistening Ko Kut (also Kood). We’re just back from a week or so there and can happily report that not only does it have a lot of beaches, they’re some of the best we’ve seen anywhere in Thailand. … read the full post

Apr 23 2013

Meet Ko Kut

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Big hat, big sunglasses & big margarita - lets go!

If you happen to follow us on Twitter or Instagram you’re probably aware that one of the places we’re currently exploring is Ko Kut (also Kud and Kood) in eastern Thailand — you’d know that because we’ve been posting pictures of glorious beaches more or less non-stop since we got here. Ko Kut is one … read the full post

Aug 07 2012

Exploring the Chanthaburi coast

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These kids don't seem spooked, but I am.

Chanthaburi province’s gulf coast in eastern Thailand lacks the fine white sands and cerulean blue waters of nearby Ko Samet and the Ko Chang archipelago. Yet its empty beaches stretching into the horizon, hidden inlets and peninsulas, charming fishing villages and handful of attractions all make a trip along the Chanthaburi coastline a worthy adventure … read the full post

Dec 08 2011

December getaways: From Bangkok to Ko Chang

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Ko Chang lays to the southeast of Bangkok an easy five hours by bus. Lazy beaches belt this (very) mountainous island in the Gulf of Thailand, while inland waterfalls, craggy headlands and pleasant hiking await the city weary. Christmas in Bangkok might be exciting, but sundowners with your toes in the sand and some crabs … read the full post

Dec 01 2011

December getaway: Ko Mun Nork

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Idyllic Ko Mun Nork is a good island to have up your sleeve when it comes to traveller “who has been where” competitions as you’ll likely be greeted with a sea of blank faces when you mention it. It’s also an incredibly beautiful spot that is rarely crowded and goes to bed early. Calm waters … read the full post