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This is truly a beautiful spot on our planet. It's a private island and the try to care for the environment. But do to mass tourism they suffer from the ignorant people visiting the island on day trips. Who don't respect the signs or warnings...More
Beautiful scenery, but oh my god so bad service. We paid 7500 bath for a beach villa, but we didn't get soap, tv or wifi.
However, we got hundreds of Chinese people invading our private space taking pictures and yelling.
We paid a deposit and...More
We are staying on Ko Tao and rented a kayak for the day. We ended up getting to the beach on Ko Nang Yuan just to check it out. We were approached by a man asking us to pay him 100 baht each personally to...More
Stayed two nights, just to be able to snorkle at sunrise when the beaches are empty. Good wildlife under the surface, but be early before the daytrippers come. Beach is full between 1100-1500.
Accomodation is ok, but do not expect any luxury even if you...More
We stayed overnight at the island. The true benefit to seeing the island is when all the day trippers have gone and it is worth spending the money just for that. Having an evening snorkel without crowds and watching the sun set from the view...More
You are in the tropics - of course there are insects, bugs and lizards! None were overly apparent though and I did not see any reptiles - there are cats on the island so i am sure they look after them!
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