Tag: islands

Accommodation on Koh Kradan

Despite its fragile ecosystem, which normally would not be able to bear too much infrastructure, Koh Kadran offers quite a few accommodation options for different tastes and budgets. Kradan Beach Resort – a series of bungalows lined up on the beach, 20 meters from the liquid turquoise of the Andaman Sea. Pretty clean. Lowest price: […]



Tham Morakot. The Emerald Cave and the Terracotta Soldiers.

The boatman put on a life jacket, bit the flashlight between his teeth and jumped in the water. – YOU, come! I obediently followed him. We were about to swim at 80 meters below the sea level, through complete darkness, in order to reach Tham Morakot – The Emerald Cave, on Koh Mook, a few miles away from Koh Kradan.  Tham Morakot. Before. The tide was at its highest level, and the underground ceiling was low enough to make it hard for me not to hit it. The strong currents were pushing me out, towards the open […]



Koh Kradan. Living in a cookie jar.

Thailand is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. Trang is one of the most beautiful provinces of this country. Koh Kradan is always mentioned by Thai people as the most beautiful island in Trang. I checked it myself, and I think they are right.  The feeling you get when you first set […]



Koh Sukorn. The island of the watermelons.

What’s the first thing that comes to your mind when I say tropical island? Right: white sand, palm trees, beach front wooden bungalows, bars, reggae music; or, even better, a deserted place and a Robinson Crusoe life style. I had all of these in mind before stepping for the first time on Koh Sukorn. This […]



Koh Hingham. Of Curse!

Koh Hingham is a tiny unsettled island next door to Koh Lipe. None would have ever troubled to visit it unless Mother Nature had not adorned it with precious stones. Precious, indeed, since Gods – precisely the God of Tarutao – put a spell on any guest who would have attempted to take even the […]