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Koh Lao Ya  a group of islands located to the south of Koh Chang comprising Koh Lao Ya Nai, Koh Lao Ya Klang and Koh Lao Ya Nok.

 

Koh Wai The bay to the north of the island houses coral reefs in a perfect condition whereas the western area of Ao Yai provides home to mostly hard corals and scaly giant clams.

 

Koh Phrao Nok or Koh Sai Khao  located to the south facing Ao Salak Phet. The island has white sandy beaches and shady coconut grove.

 

Koh Ngam a twin island connected by a large sand bar located to the southeast of Koh Chang, with an inlet surrounded by the hilly topography where the sea is calm and scenic.

 

Koh Kut  Thailand’s easternmost island in Trat waters, the province’s second largest island next to Koh Chang and the country’s fourth largest island. The topography is generally still in its natural condition, with mountains and ridges forming the headwater of many streams from which originate various waterfalls. The most renowned waterfall on Koh Kut is Namtok Wang Chao.

 

Koh Mak The topography is mostly coastal plain with a thicket of coconut groves and rubber plantations. Scenic bays and sandy beaches embracing crystal clear water are all around the island such as Ao Ta Nit, Ao Prong, Ao Phat and Ao Daeng

 

Koh Kradat  It has a flat paper-like topography with Alocasia plants Kradat in Thai growing wild in abundance. The island has a long and white sandy beach with beautiful coral reefs.

 

Mu Koh Rayang  a group of islands comprising Koh Rayang Nai and Koh Rayang Nok. Koh Rayang Nok is peaceful with white sandy beaches and crystal clear water.

 

Mu Koh Kraa group of islets to the west of Koh Mak, a swallow bird’s nest concession area and a diving spot with beautiful corals.

 

 

Trat Province, Thailand, and the Islands around it

Trat Province Page 8, Interesting villages, bays and beaches to see Trat Province  Page 10, Islands and Local Products to look out for