Good snorkelling and fantastic scenery at this coral island, only a 30min boat trip from Bang Boet Bay.
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This island is absolutely stunning . Pristine beaches and crystal clear water backed with palm trees and tropical wilderness. Just bliss and well worth a visit . Not the best snorkelling I have ever done but fine for spotting some basic corals and marine life...More
Don't be put off by the 3 hour trip to get to this island from Hau Hin. Beautiful island offering fantastic beach, snorkeling and relaxation. Loved the turtles and golden sands. Buffet lunch included in the price of the day trip
Paid 2800 baht (return) for a van to take us from Dolphin Bay to the drop off point. Went on a boat to the island and paid 500 baht per adult. The snorkeling was good. Saw plenty of fish (including clown fish) and corals. Reasonable...More
A wonderful day trip from Hua Hin to Koh Talu. Booked through Western Tours at Damernkasem Road, Hua Hin at 2300 Baht. We were met at our hotel by Mr. Odd their representative and transported in a mini van in excellent condition to Bangsaphan from...More
Must go here! Super pretty island. Water is so clear, sand is so white. So much fun snorkeling and swimming here.
if the weather is clear, it's a perfect day to spend. we booked SUCHART TOUR, we glad we did it. (travel with 8 years old) at first i was worry that the price is so cheap and wonder what 's in there, then we got...More
Went for an overnight trip on Monday 18th August as part of our honeymoon. Travelled three hours from Sam Roi Yot beach followed by 20 minute speed boat to the island. When getting to scuba place we where told to wait on boat as we...More
Nice place. When we went it was a lots of fish swimming around us. From what I heard if you visit at the right time you might see some amazing sea creature too. Recommend to visit on the nice calm day.
My family changed the sea trip from Koh Mak (Trad province) to Koh Talu island in early May 2014 to avoid rain in Trad. The two islands locate in the same Thai Gulf, but Koh Talu is down to the south, on the way to...More