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Ko Kut (Thailand)


A paradise island in the Gulf of Thailand, close to the border with Cambodia, Ko Kut is renowned for its white sandy beaches, turquoise waters and lush vegetation, making it a destination of choice for nature lovers and idlers. Little developed by tourists, Ko Kut offers a complete change of scenery and a more authentic atmosphere than Thailand's better-known seaside destinations.

Dream beaches

Far from the hustle and bustle of the connected world, this unspoilt oasis offers a complete change of scenery. Let the waves lull you to sleep on pristine white sand beaches, then explore the secret paths of lush tropical jungles, populated by shimmering butterflies. Venture as far as an idyllic waterfall, a veritable treasure trove of wilderness.

Hat Khlong Chao

Despite its popularity, Hat Khlong Chao remains a haven of peace with turquoise waters, revealing immaculate sand fringed by gently swaying coconut palms. This idyllic beach invites you to relax, lulled by the gentle murmur of the waves. A veritable showcase of unspoilt nature, it offers a complete change of scenery, ideal for admiring the sunsets.

Ao Yai Kee

Nestled in the heart of a heavenly bay, Ao Yai Kee unveils a beach of pristine white sand, fringed by a forest of swaying coconut palms. This haven of peace stretches for almost 500 meters, offering visitors an enchanting panorama.
On the right-hand side, a canal called Khlong Yai Kee separates the beach, opening up a view of the neighbouring island of Ko Mai Si. This panoramic viewpoint, bathed in light, is an invitation to serenity and contemplation.

Ao Phrao

Nestling at the tip of the island, Ao Phrao boasts Ko Kut's longest beach, a stretch of white sand delicately shaded by a forest of palm trees. The crystal-clear bay is an ideal playground for water sports, from kayaking to swimming.
But Ao Phrao is also a window on local life. As you explore the village of Ao Phrao, you'll be able to soak up the island's ancestral traditions and the simplicity of its way of life.
To complete the experience, visit the nearby temple, a peaceful haven for meditation.

The fishing village of Ao Salad

Nestled in a peaceful bay, the village of Ao Salad has long been home to the pirate lairs once feared in these waters. Today, this traditional village has preserved its authenticity, revealing a veritable haven of peace.
Its small wooden houses, built on stilts in the sea, are linked by one of the wooden bridges, forming a charming maze. When the tide rises, the village seems to float on the waves, showcasing the ancestral fishing culture that animates this place.

A waterfall of wild beauty : Nam Tok Khlong Chao

Easily accessible, this medium-sized waterfall sees its crystal-clear waters flow gracefully from a 10-metre-high rock cliff into a deep, generous pool.
After an invigorating hike through the rainforest, there's nothing like a refreshing dip in the limpid waters of the waterfall. Let yourself be lulled by the gentle rustle of the water and admire the aerial ballet of multicolored butterflies, sure to keep you company.

Interesting facts

Come and discover the island of Ko Kut in complete tranquillity during the monsoon season. During this quieter period, you'll almost feel as if you're the only visitors treading these unspoilt lands. An ideal time to recharge your batteries away from the hustle and bustle.
While scooter rentals are easy to find, the roads are not suitable for beginners.
As a general rule, your resort can arrange for you to return to the mainland by ferry. Your ferry ticket will include pick-up.
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