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Islands Near Koh Samet

1. Koh Chang Island
2. Koh Mun Klang
3. Koh Mun Nork
4. Koh Mun Nai
5. Koh Kudi Island
6. Koh Talu Island
7. Koh Kruai Island
8. Koh Kham
9. Koh Pla Tin
10. Ko Ku Dee

If you are looking to get lost in the serenity of Thailand, you must search for islands near Koh Samet. Koh Samet, also known as Ko Samed, is a small island about 6.5 kilometres long-off Thailand's eastern Gulf coast. This enchanted island pearl is one of the most beautiful islands around Pattaya, and visitors from all over the world enjoy its lively surroundings and the vibe of numerous islands around it. The ambiance of Koh Mun Klang island and the Koh Mun Nork specifically is so charming that many visitors plan a trip to Thailand again after a year.

Although Koh Samet and its neighbouring islets like Koh Mun Nai and Koh Kudi have become a famous destination for Bangkok excursionists, there are still plenty of idyllic spots around them, some virtually entirely to yourself. Beach tourists seeking tranquillity will find their heaven amidst the gorgeous dream beaches. From sunbathing on Koh Chang Island to a calming, serene view of Koh Mun Nork, one will get a chance to indulge in an array of activities here.

Here are some of the best islands near Koh Samet

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Koh Chang Island

Koh Chang Island, also known as Elephant Island, is eye-catching with its beautiful topography that draws numerous tourists. From budget travellers staying for weeks in rustic beachside bungalows to the visitors who are ready to spend more to have one of the most fantastic views on one of the island's soft white-sand beaches, the island is famous among all kinds of visitors.

It is one of the most famous islands near Koh Samet, and offers a beautiful landscape of forested hills and crystal blue water. A day trip to the picturesque Koh Chang Archipelago or a chartered yacht trip around the island is an excellent way to see the island from a fresh perspective. Then there are the world-renowned beaches, which allow total relaxation and sunbathing from morning tonight.

Location: Trat Province

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Koh Mun Klang

Koh Mun Klang is an appealing getaway if you are looking for the islands near Koh Samet. Visitors can enjoy swimming and sunbathe on a clean and lovely white-sandy beach. Visitors can also explore the shell farm or rent a kayak to tour the island.

On the island lies an amazing place where you can observe a small divided sea, which is a popular tourist destination and very famous among the ones looking for a cool backdrop for their pictures. The biggest draw of this island is its tranquillity, it jolts in the feeling of calmness and lets you take a break from the hustle and bustle of everyday life

Location: Rayong Province

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Koh Mun Nork

Koh Munnork, a small and private island refuge in the Gulf of Siam three hours from Bangkok, is one of Thailand's most impressive resort islands. Koh Mun Nork's reputation among residents who seek entertainment with absolute solitude is unrivalled.

The Island is dotted with only 24 villas, surrounded by crystal blue seas which are perfect for snorkelling. Koh Munnork Private Island is located on the island of Koh Mun Nork and is accessible only by boat. Ao Khai Beach and Tung Prong Thong are two locations where visitors can enjoy the natural beauty of the area. Take advantage of the opportunity to explore the area and participate in aquatic activities such as boat trips.

Location: Kiayeng Bay, Rayong Province
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Koh Mun Nai

With its serene landscape that makes it on top of the list for visitors, Rayong Province' Koh Man Nai is a fascinating island near Koh Samet. Located around 5 kilometres from Laem Mae Phim, the island is being transformed into a Sea Turtle Preservation Sanctuary as part of Her Majesty the Queen's royal mission to protect endangered sea turtles.

On the island, there is only one beach, which is around 100 metres in length and is only accessible during the day. It is not permitted to stay for more than one night. The waters around this location are home to some spectacular coral, making it an excellent diving and snorkelling destination..

Location: Rayong Province

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Koh Talu Island

With a steep high cliff on the west side and exquisite white sandy beaches on the east and south sides, Koh Talu is the most beautiful island in Prachuap Khiri Khan province. It is a natural wonderland, with coral reefs and habitats for seagulls and flying foxes and the only island where turtles periodically lay their eggs.

Koh Talu is also a popular snorkelling and scuba diving destination since the diving site along the shore is made up of solid rock that gently slopes into deeper water at the edges. The site is home to an abundance of marine life, including batfish, reef fish, black coral, and sea fans, among other species. In the majority of instances, underwater visibility is maintained at or near 12 metres. 

Eco-tourism is a top focus, and there has been a continual drive to plant corals alongside turtle conservation. Reaching here can be a two-hour journey from Hua Hin or a five-hour trip from Bangkok, followed by a twenty-minute private speed boat ride to Koh Talu Island.

Location: Bang Saphan

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Koh Kruai Island

This limestone island near Koh Samet, five kilometres northeast of Koh Samet, is covered in forest and shaped like a cone, which means Kruai in Thai. There aren't many beaches on the island, but there is a sandbar at the north tip that connects it to its sister island, Koh Kham, which has more beaches and good coral reefs.

Around Koh Kruai, there is little coral to be seen, and if you are a fan of camping, the good news is it is permitted with the consent of park officials.

Location: Phang Nga Bay

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Koh Kham

Koh Kham Noi is a small island near Koh Samet, off the coast of Chonburi in the eastern Thai Gulf. Ko Kham is known for its picturesque natural surroundings, serene ambiance, sandy beach, and crystal blue water, all of which draw tourists to the island.

On the east coast of the island, there are coral reefs that are suitable for scuba diving. Few visitors stop in Koh Kham Noi, with many preferring to spend their time on the mainland in Pattaya or on more extensive and more well-known islands like Koh Larn.

Location: Gulf of Thailand

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Ko Ku Dee

About six kilometres from the coast, in the northeast of Koh Samet, is Ko Ku Dee. Both Koh Tai Kang Kao and Koh Tham Ruesri, two surrounding smaller islands, may be found in close proximity to the main island.

Swimming and camping are both possible on the sandy beaches of these Islands, which collectively make the Ko Ku Dee Island. Shallow coral reefs ring the island all around, hence one can also indulge in a session of scuba diving.

Location: Koh Samet

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Ko Pla Tin

Ko Pla Tin, Koh Yao is located between the islands of Ko Kruai and Koh Kham. It is an uninhabited island that is ideal for individuals who enjoy peace, and want to escape the hustle and bustle of daily life, and who want to completely immerse themselves in nature.

The Ploy Talay, located on Saikaew Beach of Koh Pla Tin, is one of the best spots to unwind from your stressful life and enjoy the calmness of nature. Jet Skiing is another thrilling activity one can try on the beaches of Koh Pla Tin, making the whole experience even more fascinating and mind-blowing!

Location: Koh Samet

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Koh Kudi Island

Koh Kudi is a small island off the east coast of Koh Samet, about 6 kilometres from Rayong Province's mainland. Koh Kudi is a popular snorkelling destination due to its shallow waters and exceptional visibility. The islands are made mainly of woodland and high rocky sections, with magnificent white sand beaches in front.

A session of overnight camping is available on the island and one can either hire tents for 200 Baht or pitch their own tent for 20 Baht. Since there are no amenities or facilities on the island, make sure you get enough food and drink with you when you visit.

Location: Rayong Province

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People Also Ask About Thailand

  1. What is the best Island near Koh Samet for couples?

    1. Samui Island: Koh Samui is another prominent Thai resort island frequently regarded as one of the most incredible islands in Thailand to visit for a honeymoon. You can take a break from lazing in the sand if you want to experience some of the island's unique culture and charms, though.

    2. Koh Chang
    : As the third largest island in Thailand after Phuket and Samui, Ko Chang is also known as 'Elephant Island,' after its elephant-shaped promontory. White Sand beaches are the most popular attractions on the island, and as a result, many people throng here for scenic beauty. On the island lie some of the greatest resorts, including the KC Grande Resort.

    3. Koh Samui:
    Travellers flock to the islands of Koh Samui, bypassing even the most popular tourist destination of Phuket. Here, one can have an enjoyable experience of all the beachside activities such as scuba diving, a romantic walk and more.

    4. Phangan Island
    : Visit Koh Phangan, located immediately adjacent to Koh Samui, if you want to do something laid back and pleasant.  The Island is also a site for half moon celebrations that would definitely tick the box off from your check list of spending a night under the stars with your partner.

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  2. How many beaches are there in Koh Samet?

    There are 14 beaches on the island of Koh Samet out of which the beach at Sai Kaew, Duean Ao Wong, Ao Cho's (Ao Lung Wang) and Ao Kiew are the prettiest.
  3. How do I get from Pattaya to Koh Samet?

    1. By Minivan/Taxi: Apart from driving oneself, the only way to go from Pattaya to Koh Samet is to take a private taxi or a shared transfer minivan. Most travel/tour agencies in Pattaya will be able to arrange a minivan to Koh Samet; rates, including the agent's booking fee, will range between 500 and 600 baht per person on one trip.

    2. By Ferry
    : A one-way ticket on the bare wooden ferry from Ban Phe to Koh Samet is roughly 50 baht. It is not necessary to purchase a return ticket simultaneously, but it is entirely optional. Ferry tickets can be purchased at the pier's ticket desk or when you board the boat.

    3. By Samet Beach Ferry
    : The central piers also have less frequent ferry services to several beaches on Koh Samet, most notably Vongdeuan, Saikaew, and Ao Wai.

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  4. Is Koh Samet Worth Visiting?

    Koh Samet is definitely worth visiting if you want to relax and unwind. There aren't many attractions, but it has lovely beaches, and you may have a fantastic time at one of the many beach restaurants, especially in the evening.
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