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The Koh Kood Experience

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ROADS

There's no public transportation to speak of, so you'll have to rent a motorbike to get around and rental prices are highest in Thailand. The roads are good however, not nearly as dangerous as on Koh Chang, and newly paved, although many internal roads are still unpaved.

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In some places roads were already being eroded by underbrush, even worse than a Sukhumvit street vendor

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Thank you for sharing the information on the Island, and for the great photographs

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Great photos and information, thank you! Last little undeveloped island in Thailand now. Let's see in 10 years ...

When I came from Singapore Christmas 1968, PhiPhi Island was still pristine. Now it's overrun by tourists, masses of tourists every day. Digital age made that possible.

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Great Posts......Looking forward to going in early March.....

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Great report!
Many thanks for taking the time.

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Thank you very much for all the good information on the little Island near Koh Chang.

Koh Kood is actually the 4th largest island in Thailand!

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Great Posts......Looking forward to going in early March.....

Took the family last April. We had a great time.

Rent a little motorbike as between beaches, resorts and restaurants, it can be a little trek. Some of those roads are very hilly, especially on the way to the fisherman's village.

Keep away from Koh Mak ... although beautiful, we got bit to pieces by the sand flies and mosquitoes.

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