Photo: The beaches on Ko Libong can get very busy.

Things to see and do

Point Dugongs

An Andaman Sea breeze filled the cave. After a challenging climb, a wooden ladder carried us to a platform with views to a host of islands dotting the teal water. From here we reckoned that Point Dugongs is one of the finest viewpoints found on any Thai island — and we hadn’t even reached the top ... Read more about Point Dugongs .

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Motorbiking Ko Libong

Every time we motorbike around Ko Libong, we stumble on secluded beaches, viewpoints and even whole landscapes that we’d previously missed. Don’t let the resort beach turn you into a useless puddle of relaxation until you’ve explored the island’s 40 square kilometres concealing loads of ... Read more about Motorbiking Ko Libong .

Boat trips

Ko Libong is nicely situated for day trips to the superior beaches and snorkelling sites found at a host of nearby islands. Of course, you could always stick close by in the hopes of spotting an endangered dugong swimming peacefully offshore. Most of the organised dugong trips offered on the island are undertaken by longtail boat, which have loud engines and sharp propellers that would ... Read more about Boat trips .

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Where to next?

Where are you planning on heading to after Ko Libong? Here are some spots commonly visited from here, or click here to see a full destination list for Thailand.

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