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we visited koh poda during a day trip, which we started with a longtailboat and a private captain very early in the morning from koh yao yai. koh poda is an offical nature parc, a ranger station is located and normally every visitor has to...More
So far, Poda island national park was one of the nicest places I've ever been to. We arrived early morning and were the only people in there, so we enjoyed the crystal-clear water and white sand a lot!
But unfortunately, during lunch time dozens of...More
We also did a 4-Island tour, with this being one of the stops. What a circus. Yes...this was at one point a beautiful island, but it is now way over-sold and was crawling with tourists and trash. Would not recommend this place during high season....More
Now Poda Island is national park, so you need to pay 200 bath for entrance to island . And longtailboat costs 300 one side fron Ao Nang, so it costs totally 800 to visit that island! There is not anymore restaurant, only small kiosk, from...More
While at Ao Nang I joined a 4-island travel package (longtail boat) for 380 bahts (high season more expensive, you should be able to get same package for 300 baht during low season) for a full day tour that commenced from 8.30 am till 3...More
A very nice island, white sand, nice beach and outlook. A nice place to take a swim then relax under the shade of the trees behind the beach and take in the scenery. Drinks can be purchased from a small shop nearby. The problem is...More
We visited this island by hiring a longtail boat from Ao Nang and based on my experience that would be the best way to visit the islands near Ao Nang - it provides you more comfort, can spend time in a relaxed manner and also...More
Terrible to see what the tourist organisations and tourists have done to this place. I've never seen so much rubbish and litter everywhere. No bins, and it seems all groups stop here for lunch, with their picnics provided by the organisations in polystyrene boxes. The...More
Yes it's crowded but I'm not a tourist idiot so no probs there , it's small and really is beautiful and worth an hour for that , got to mention the rubbish and lots of it lying everywhere . No bins anywhere , our kind...More
This is indeed a beautiful and scenic paradise. There are vendors selling grilled corn and other snacks on the beach. Monkeys play in the trees beside the beach, but it is unfortunate there is an unsightly barbed wire fence around the inland area. The island,...More