Ko Kut, the second largest island of the Mu Koh Chang Marine National Park archipelago. The beaches with bungalows and luxury resorts are on the north and north-west coasts. Koh Kut is ringed by sleepy seaside villages and coconut plantations. It is about one hour from the mainland by speedboat.
Kut Island has limited infrastructure and therefore is not as popular as nearby Ko Chang island. Several small resorts on the islands cater mostly to Thai tourists who prefer a quiet and family-friendly atmosphere. The island has great beaches and is a great spot to get away from the "farang crowd".

01 Ferryboat from Bang Bao to the island  Koh Wai 02 Captains Cook resort 03 Siam beach 04 Siam beach 05 Chinese shades on the Siam beach
06 Chinese shades on the Siam beach 07 Chinese shades on the Siam beach 08 Chinese shades on the Siam beach 09 Fishing boats
10 Fisherman at work in Baan Klong Mad 11 Fisherman at work in Baan Klong Mad 12 Shrimps 13 Decorated fishing boat in Baan Ao Salat 14 Fishing boats in Baan Ao Salat
15 Fishing boats in Baan Ao Salat 16 The swimming fisher village of Baan Ao Salat 17 Decorated fishing boat in Baan Ao Salat 18 The beach of the Captains Cook Resort 19 Coconut shells
20 Fishing boats at Siam beach 21 Fishing boats at Siam beach 22 Bungalows in the Captains Cook Resort 23 Pier in Laem Sok near Trat
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