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This place is a must visit. The hotel we stayed at (The Village Coconut Island) offered daily trips here.
The island is big enough to do a little exploring but the beach and bar/restaurant is all you need to be comfortable. It’s a bit pricey...More
This is a lovely quiet little island with not much to do but really good fresh local dishes and reasonably priced drinks both alcoholic and non. Only problem is the hordes of tourist boats that lob up around 1pm every day so go early in...More
we took a long tail boat across to th island ( an experience wort having ) and arrived at 11am. There were 15- 20 people lounging on deck chairs on the beach. With an open air restaurant and bar nearby ( at somewhat inflated prices...More
The island was serene, the waters amazing, the sand white, quiet underpopulated island.
The restaurants on the island are however a bit expensive considering you still have to spend quite a bit on a boat ride.
We landed here as our tour guide took us here instead of Bamboo Island during our excursion because of high tides and raining. It's a little beach in the middle of the sea with a little bar and lots of chairs, swings, hammocks and umbrellas...More
Only had a few hours on the island, would have liked to have stayed longer. One bar serving cocktails ( quite expensive) but they have the monopoly. Beautiful white sandy beach and clear sea. A place to forget the worlds troubles for a few hours...More
Our tour guide took us here instead of Bamboo Island during our excursion because of low tides, and I'm so glad he did. It's like a little beach oasis in the middle of the sea. There is a little bar and lots of chairs, swings,...More
We visited the beaches of Rang Yai Island as part of another tour. When we arrived int he afternoon, it was very crowed, dirty and the last thing from relaxing. I would skip a visit to this place and check out some of the other...More