Koh Mak & Koh Kham – A Tropical Paradise

I am Joan Rio.

It’s been months since my last getaway and I was feeling sick. Do you know what’s difficult about being a country girl? It’s not knowing how you feel until you’re on your way to somewhere else. So I Googled my symptoms and it turned out that I needed to go to the beach.

Together with my cousin, I packed my bag and went straight to the bus station. There was one more island left on the East coast that we haven’t explored yet and that was where we headed.

Koh Mak, which derived its name from Mak means Areca nut, is a small island that lies in the eastern Gulf of Thailand, close to Cambodia border. This tropical paradise covers an area of 16 square km, around 10 km wide and 5 km long. It is fairly undeveloped and focuses on ecotourism. For this reason, Koh Mak is an ideal…

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