Attractions on Koh Chang
Koh Chang is Thailand’s second largest island and is situated within Trat Province in eastern Thailand. The island was largely unknown to tourists until approximately 10-15 years ago. In the early 1980’s Koh Chang became part of the Mu Koh Chang National Marine Park. only in recent years has it developed into a popular tourist destination for both foreigners and local Thais.
Koh Chang is one of Thailand’s most beautiful islands and is the largest in the Koh Chang Archipelago. Due to its unique make up there are an abundance of attractions on Koh Chang. From long white sandy beaches to huge cascading waterfalls. The dense rain forest and mountainous terrain make Koh Chang an ideal place to explore on foot. There’s so much natural beauty on the island. Those who love the great outdoors with love what Koh Chang has to offer as a holiday destination.
One of the main reasons people visit Koh Chang is for the pristine beaches and sweeping bays. Every beach on the island has its own unique feel, ambience and style, each offering something different. From the vast white sand beaches on the island’s west coast, to the more secluded rocky coves on the east coast. Wherever you choose to stay on the island, you’re sure to find a little slice of haven where you can relax in true paradise.
Popular tourist attractions on Koh Chang go beyond the beaches. They stretch high up into the mountains. Koh Chang’s dense rain forest and mountainous terrain is home to some truly magnificent waterfalls. Take a hike through the jungle and discover an abundance of wildlife including macaques, mongooses, reptiles and exotic birds. On your way back down, plunge into a fresh water pool to cool off.
Make your trip to Koh Chang one you never forget. Take a day tour to surround islands where the sea is even more crystal clear, the sand even softer and the marine life thriving beyond your imagination. Koh Wai, Koh Kood, Koh Mak and Koh Laoya are just a short distance from from Koh Chang.