in November 2018, I traveled to Thailand for the first time. One of the highlights of my trip to Thailand was Ko Kut also known as Koh Kood, which is an island in the Gulf of Thailand.
Ko Kut is a district of Trat Province, eastern Thailand, consisting of a group of islands. With a population of about 2,000 it is the district with the smallest population of all Thailand.
It took 6 hours by car from Bangkok to the Laem Sok pier in Trat Province.
Then Boats leave from Laem Sok Pier, about 30 minutes drive south of Trat town.
I stayed at the Koh Kood Resort for two nights. Located right on Bang Bao Bay beach.
The water is super clear.
Tried kayaking on the sea, Actually It was my first time kayaking.
Very private and peaceful beach.
Lovely relaxing beach. Also I really liked this resort.
The morning of the second day. I went to see one of the oldest trees on Ko Kut island.
The Old Giant Tree – Makayuk tree is 500 years old.
Beautiful and Majestic
Then went to Ao Yai Fisherman Village and walk around the on-water village. Was so interesting.
Had lunch at Chonthicha Seafood restaurant (Village flottant)
On the third day, I had to go back.
Two nights on Ko Kut Island were amazing. I miss the wonderful memories of my time here.
Hope you like my post. Let me know if you have any questions or comments.
Stay safe and take care!
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I hope Thailand follows through with its plan for vaccine passports. Your post puts a return trip at the top of my list.
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