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Koh Kut

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Koh Kut is the farthest island from the coast of Trat. Its size ranks as the fourth of all Thailand's islands or the second to Koh Chang in Trat. The island covers an area of approximately 105 sq.km or 65,625 rai.It is 25 km in length and 12 km in width.

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Koh Kut is the farthest island from the coast of Trat. Its size ranks as the fourth of all Thailand's islands or the second to Koh Chang in Trat. The island covers an area of approximately 105 sq.km or 65,625 rai.It is 25 km in length and 12 km in width.

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In 1911, King Rama VI paid a royal visit to this waterfall and named it 'Nam Tok Anam Kok' to commemorate Ong Chiang Su.

In addition; there are beaches with crystal-clear sea popular among visitors suach as Taphao Beach, Khlong Chao Beach, Khlong Hin Beach, Phrao Beach, etc.

Hotels on Koh Kut

Accommodation with a private atmosphere is available for visitors at the inner sea of Koh Kut, and the other two islands, Koh Rat and Koh Mai Si, opposite to Koh Kut.

Travel to Koh Kut

Most visitors to Koh Kut have to purchase a package tour offered by resort operators on Koh Kut at different prices that includes food, accommodation, and a boat fare. A boat for rent is also available apart from a ferry boat leaving Dan Kao Pier and Laem Ngob Pier.

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Last Updated: 26 May 2008