A HAVEN OF PEACE IN THE GULF OF SIAM
Book This Extension And Discover Koh Kood.
One of the last islands of the eastern Gulf before Cambodia, south of Koh Chang and Koh Mak, Koh Kood although now settles, has long been the subject of a territorial dispute which hampered its touristic development. This makes the happiness of the traveller who seeks the serenity of a still authentic place. Like many of her sisters, Koh Kood offers average-range mountains covered with a thick jungle, crossed by numerous streams and torrents. Searching for its many waterfalls is a hikers delight who can for example also take a swim at the Klong Chao waterfall at which a King of Siam gave the royal name of Anamkok falls. To the north of the island, hikers will find the Klong Yai Kee waterfalls. Climbing the mountain, he will enjoy the breath-taking views that are available to him.