Ko Wai, Koh Chang Tai, Ko Chang District, Trat, Thailand
About Ko Wai
Ko Wai is an island in Ko chang Ko Chang Archipelago. It features many beaches and coral reef.
Attractions near Ko Wai
Ko Rang is popular with daytrippers and divers because of the clear water, coral reefs, and lots of tropical fish.
It is one of the famous waterfalls in Mu Koh Chang National Park. Than Mayom Waterfall is very easy to get to, which makes this waterfall one of the more popular among tourists.
Klong Plu waterfall on the west coast of Koh Chang island is a popular spot to spend day time. There is a natural swimming pool made up of rocks at the lower part of the waterfall makes it more attractive to tourists.
Klong Prao Beach is the largest beach on Koh Chang island of Trat province. The beach is divided into three sections by the river estuary of Klong Plu Waterfall and a channel in the south.
It is only a small island in a group of Kut islands. The island offers a stunning view of the sunset and an amazing coral reef to explore.
Mu Ko Chang National Park is a marine national park with an area of 650 square kilometres, including 52 islands. Apart from the most important island-- Ko Chang, the other islands like Ko Khlum, Ko Lao Ya Nai, Ko Ngam, Ko Mai Si Yai, Ko Wai, and Ko Rang still remain their natural beauty.
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