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Pocket-Sized Gem

Ao Noi is only 200 meters long, but is one of the gems of any visit to Ko Kut, an island on the... read more

Reviewed September 27, 2016
David B
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Rayong, Thailand
Hidden little gem in Thailand

Definitely our favourite beach during the entire trip to Thailand. This is a hidden little gem on... read more

Reviewed August 8, 2017
danielkloud
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Prague, Czech Republic
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Jan 28, 2019
“It’s was the first beach on island, where the owner says: The beach are private, you need pay the money for the enter! ”
Aug 8, 2017
“Hidden little gem in Thailand”
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When we come to this resort owner says that we need pay 100 THB for entrance . And don’t show to us owner document about private territory and paid beach . Because in Thailand all beach is public, and no one person doesn’t prohibit the use of the beach . We are so sad about this
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Definitely our favourite beach during the entire trip to Thailand. This is a hidden little gem on Ko Kut (Koh Kood) island - with white sand, clean water and almost no company for most days we stayed. Don't be afraid to pass by the Ao Noi Resort - nobody will give a damn. I
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We had to sneak thru a hide end resort to get to this beach but it is worth it. One end of the beach is just mudflats and rocks but walk further along and you are rewarded with a beautiful bay, clear water, good snorkelling by the pier and crystal clear waters for swimming in
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Seldom have I been in a place in Thailand that "is like it was twenty years ago" - but Ko Kood is like that. Quiet, beautiful, unspoiled, relaxed, friendly. Amazing. There are better beaches on Ko Kood than this one, but I'm not putting them on TA - let them be secret a little
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Ao Noi is only 200 meters long, but is one of the gems of any visit to Ko Kut, an island on the Thai-Cambodian maritime border. The fine white sand on the beach slopes gently down to the turquoise waters of the bay, making it a very safe place for families with young children.
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