neighbouring islands

Koh Mak is flat compared to its larger sister islands of Koh Chang to the north and Koh Kood to the south. Nevertheless it has some low rolling hills which offer breathtaking views in one or even multiple directions.

Koh Mak is the center of a sub-group of 9 islands, consisting of Koh Mak, Koh Kradat, Koh Kham, Koh Rayang Nok, Koh Rayang Nai, Koh Phi, the islets of Koh Nok and Koh Nok Nok off the northern tip of Koh Kradat and a small rocky islet off the east coast of Koh Kradat having multiple names.

Koh Kradad, 1.1 km across the water from the Koh Mak land site, is completely surrounded by 7 km of perfect sand beaches and endless coral reefs. The island boasts a secure marina basin. The two small islets to the north are connected to Koh Kradat by sand banks, providing spectacular scenery and great snorkelling.

Koh Kham, just around the corner from the project site was voted as one of Thailands Top 10 Most Scenic Beaches by Thai Travel Magazine due to its extraordinary black volcanic rocks randomly dropped on the snow white sands of its beaches and large sand bank.

These islands form a tropical paradise with beaches, bays and scenery which can compete at an international level, with picture postcard scenes rarely found even in the Pacific or the Caribbean. All this natural beauty can be reached by small sports boat, hobbycat, windsurfer, personal water craft or one of the abundant longtail boats.

A short boat ride to the west, lies the island group of Koh Rang with its spectacular beaches, and small satellite islands famous for their beauty and intact, world class coral reefs along with an abundance of marine life.

To the north, Koh Chang and the southern islands off Koh Chang can easily be reached by small boat, and to the south also accessible within 15 minutes is Koh Kood with its perfect white beaches, crystal clear lagoons, lush tropical forests and spectacular waterfalls.