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The Koh Kood Experience

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10 hours ago, amjamj said:

How long to cross from mainland to Koh Kood directly ? It seems far.

The high speed ferry takes about an hour or a little longer depending on the sea state, you can book with them on line.

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On 31/01/2016 at 6:15 AM, cooked said:

Great. The last thing this place needs is more tourists.

High prices

Nothing to do

Hard to get good food

Hard to get to

 

Sounds like paradise not

 

Rather go to Prachuap!

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On 4/6/2017 at 9:20 PM, Spaniel said:

From the city of Trat it is about a 20 min drive to Laem Sok where you catch the ferry to Ko Kut.      There they have a secure parking lot.     We stayed at the A Na Lay Resort which was nice and right on the water for B1000 a night.     Google them for details.      Go back to my post #36 to see some pics of the resort.

I stayed at the A Na Lay for a week about 3 years ago. It was during high season and about 2K per night. Sadly I just read that it has become a  place for organized Chinese tours and is very dirty, run down and in need of repair. Someone posted photos of the rooms with huge stains all over the mattresses, mold growing on the walls, dirty water backing up in the showers.....

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On 26-8-2016 at 6:10 AM, kenk24 said:

 

I would not at all think of it as Southern Thailand, as that brings images of South of Chumporn and Phuket etc... 

 

I also do not consider it Eastern as that seems to me to be Isaan...

 

I have always referred to places in that area as Eastern Gulf Shore...

 

Works for me anyway... 

Well, I live in Trat, and I always consider us to live in South-Eastern Thailand... Which to a mariner (which I am) makes perfect sense....

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4 hours ago, Bullie said:

Well, I live in Trat, and I always consider us to live in South-Eastern Thailand... Which to a mariner (which I am) makes perfect sense....

Ahoy - - Yes, South Eastern makes perfect sense for Trat... 

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