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Ko Kradan

Ko Kradan, Ko Libong, Kantang District, Trang, Thailand

Beaches
Islands

About Ko Kradan

Koh Kradan, one of Thailand's many beautiful islands, is known for its white sandy beaches and incredible views.



Attractions near Ko Kradan

Emerald Cave7km from Ko Kradan

When the sun shines on the water, it reflects colored light all over the cave's wall. The name is derived from this phenomenon and it occurs only between 10 am and 2 pm.

Hat Chao Mai National Park14.95km from Ko Kradan

Hat Chao Mai national park is comprised of Beaches and 7 islands located on the Andaman Sea in Trang Province. The park also features the Marine Natural Study Centre and the Tourist Service Centre.b

Pak Meng Beach21.69km from Ko Kradan

It is Trang's most popular beach renowned for its scenery of sunset.

Ko Rok Noi23.62km from Ko Kradan

It is a little paradise island with crystal clear water, white sand beach, and plentiful shallow water corals hide. There is a lot of plentiful shallow water corals so it would be a snorkeling paradise for those who love snorkeling.

Mu Ko Lanta National Park24.2km from Ko Kradan

This National Park was established in 1990 as a marine park, situated in southern part of Krabi Province. The biggest islands in the park are Ko Lanta Noi and Ko Lanta Yai. "Mu" in thai means a group/group of, "Mu Ko" means group of islands.  The national park consists mainly of rugged hills covered with 20 km² rain-forest and beach forest along the coastlines at Ko Lanta Yai and Ko Ngai. Other islands like Mai Ngam, South Mai Ngam and Ngu islands are covered with mangrove forest.

Thung Khai Botanic Garden45.87km from Ko Kradan

Thung Khai Botanical Garden is located at Thung Khai, Yan Ta Khao District, Trang. It's a botanical garden that has a canopy walk and a swamp inside the forest.

Where is Ko Kradan

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Trang6 attractions

Trang was formerly a port involved in foreign trade. It was the first place where rubber was planted in Thailand, which is now an important export of Thailand.