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A neat little island hop nestled between Koh Yao Yai and Noi. I kayaked there and made a decent day trip and picnic of it. There's even a challenging rope line you can use to get to the peak of the islet for a BREATHTAKING...More
Loved Koh Yao Noi, great for doing not much or a yoga training which I was attending. Scootering is ideal, and check the tides to plan your swims at high tide. I would go again, loved the laid back feel and genuinely lovely people on...More
You can rent kayaks on Koh Yao Noi at Pasai beach,but from there its a long way to paddle,especially when it is a windy day.More easy and just 25% of the way to paddle is from Laem Sai pier.You can rent kayaks at the treehouses,see...More
Small but relax island shame that beaches are rocky.
trips, food and drinks are quite expensive compare to Koh Lanta.
However we have found delicious place to eat called Roti chao koh which is near 7-11 nice food and very reasonable price only thing is...More
This was the second time coming here, recommended by a friend. You can climb up this island to the top, it is quite a tiring climb, but when you reach the top, the view is so beautiful and worth doing! The island is not so...More
This was one stop on a island-hopping day trip by long tail boat. Beatiful beach, water, and view. The adventurous (and maybe a little wreckless) can climb a not so safe and steep trail to find a beautiful (and not so safe) view point. The...More
Really worth a visit to this wonderful and small island. We kayaked from Pasai Beach and it took us about 30-40 minutes to get there. Once there, you can climb to the top and you will be rewarded with an outstanding view. Make sure you...More
The popular island stop for the island tour companies. Save yourself time and money and hire a long tail boat driver on your own, pack a lunch and have them run you around the islands off of Koh Yao Yai/Noi. This island is small and...More