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Ban Ao Yai is an old fishing village built over the waters of Ao Yai Bay, in the south east of Ko Kut.
Here the people live very much as they have done for generations, with simple houses built on stilts over the water, and...More
The view from the guest stop at the top of the hill gives you a good idea of the lay of the land. It makes for a good photo stop in the early evening. One of the cafes, Chonthicha, is at the very far end....More
This fishing village is as authentic as it can get. It's in a lovely bay, surrounded by a lush forest. There are several seafood restaurants here. It's an ideal place to visit at lunchtime, both to try the fresh fish and to see the traditional...More
Ban Ao Yai is a traditional Thai fishing village set in a picturesque and idyllic bay on the south eastern side of Ko Kut, a tourist destination island on the Thai-Cambodian maritime border.
As you drive down the mountain road approaching the village, be sure...More
On our first day on the bikes we drove over to Ao Yai and what a ride it is. The roads are very steep and twisty but it's worth the trip. Just before the village there is a viewpoint, stop off here and let your...More
the fishermen village is really nice to see. you can get there with the motorbike, it is about 30min from the south west Hang Bang Bao. not so many tourists. you can see the typical fishermen production, can eat there also. in the village there...More