Hidden amongst the hills and rainforest that cover this island are waterfalls and fishing villages where the locals still
live in stilted houses.
One of Thailand’s largest but least populated islands, Koh Kood boasts untamed jungle, vibrant fishing villages and some of the country’s finest beaches. Inspire your imagination with one-of-a-kind excursions and activities. Spend your days exploring hidden coves and palm-tree lined bays, snorkelling in crystal clear waters, hiking through the lush forest to cascading waterfalls or savouring Thai flavours at local restaurants.
Located on the south-east coast of Koh Kood, Ao Yai is a picturesque glimpse into the lives of local fishermen, with its stilted houses and walkways that hug one side of the bay.
Just five minutes from Soneva Kiri by boat, Koh Raet is one of Koh Kood’s most unique dive spots. Snorkel around the sunken sculptures and explore the dense coral formations.
Hidden amongst vast swathes of untouched rainforest is the stunning Klong Chao waterfall. Take a dip in its cooling freshwater lagoon and swim beneath its refreshing cascades.
With clear, clean waters, abundant with marine life, the Koh Rang Yi National Marine Park is a short 45-minute boat ride from Koh Kood.
On the north-east tip of Koh Kood, Ao Salat is a fishing village and the main entry point onto the island. Here you will find local shops selling dried seafood brought in on the fishing boats.
Further up from Klong Chao waterfall is this hidden gem, deep in the jungle. A refreshing oasis during the rainy season, this waterfall that splashes down over multiple levels is worth the journey.
Dine at these iconic spots around Koh Kood. Experience flavours and ingredients indigenous to this magical island. Some of our favourites include: Chonticha, Khun Nuch’s, Fisherman Hut, Rabiang Mai Restaurant and Kraten Restaurant.
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