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Set to the south of Ko Muk and Ko Ngai, Ko Kradan is one of the most isolated of Trang province's islands -- or at least of those with accommodation on them. It's a thin slip of an island with a stunning white-sand beach spanning the length of the island's eastern shore. A handful of resorts have popped up along the beach over the last 15 years, but much of Ko Kradan remains (in theory) a national park, and as such if the park rangers stationed there happen to see you exploring outside the main beach area you may be asked to cough up the 200 baht entrance fee, or head back to the beach.
Staying on the beach for your entire stay would not be a bad choice though, and most who visit do exactly that. Ko Kradan's beach is one of Trang's finest: the bright blue-green, crystal clear water is perfect for swimming, and at low tide sand bars form far out into the sea, making for the ... Read our complete Ko Kradan travel guide