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it was nice to be given the chance on an island tour to revisit the fishing village where we landed by ferry upon arrival on Koh Kut.
We firstly wandered around the big buddha but weren't able to enter the temple for whatever reason that...More
A fishing village which has turned into the most used public entry port into Koh Kood. Being commercialized into a pier, the fishing village has lost it’s rustic feel but nevertheless, it a beautiful place to visit. If you’re entering Koh Kood through Ao Salad,...More
Ao Salad, on the north east corner of Ko Kut, is the port of entry for nearly all visitors to Ko Kut.
It is an old Thai fishing village, but has expended a little because of the three ferry companies which arrive each day with...More
Beautiful area on the north of the island , the main pier into the island if not coming by speedboat that is. Nice place to hang out by the Buddha and get some great shots. You have to climb the stairs in the temple and...More
Ao Salad is the main port on Ko Kut, an increasingly popular tourist island on the Thai-Cambodian maritime border.
It is the main port of entry for the tourists who come here in increasingly numbers, but most of them disembark from their ferry and jump...More
If you come over on Boonsiri then you will land at Ao Salad so we decided to ride back on scooters as to be honest we missed out paying attention to anything as we were that excited to get to our hotel
To be honest...More
As Koh Kut does not offer to many things except the great beaches we visited one morning Ban Ao Salad. Its the fishing Village in the North of the Island. It was nice have a look an the temple and to stroll around in the...More
First of all you'll be there probably because of transportation - it's near the main pier of the island.
Big golden Buddha on the unbuilt temple is visit card of the island. Anyway monks are using this temple.
Below the Buddha you can find statue...More