Why not Ko Wai?
Ko Wai is a wee island attracting daytrippers who come from Ko Chang to spend an hour or two lounging on the beaches and peeping at the reefs found beneath the crystal sea. When the tour boats depart, a handful of overnight guests settle into bare-bones bungalows and soak in the tranquility.
Set six kilometres south of Ko Chang, Ko Wai stretches for just over two kilometres from east to west and is only around 500 metres across at its widest point, with no roads, motorbikes, villages, ATMs or anything else apart from five small resorts that open only in high season. Travellers seeking quietude with a selection of restaurants and other comforts should opt for Ko Mak or Ko Kut instead. If you appreciate the simple life and have time to spare, Wai makes for an easy stop while island hopping the archipelago.
Ko Chang’s pyramid-shaped peaks frame a scenic outlook from most of Wai’s bungalows—you can even see the lights of Bang Bao Bay twinkling after dark. A dirt footpath runs along the north coast for a little more than a kilometre, taking you past a few small beaches, some unusual rock formations and all but one of ... Travelfish members only (Full text is around 700 words.)
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