Where is Koh Kood ?
Located 350 kilometres from Bangkok and 50 kilometres from the mainland, Koh Kood deserves its growing reputation for untouched natural beauty. Thailand’s fourth largest island, at 105 square kilometres, Koh Kood remains undeveloped with a rainforest blanketing hillsides that slope to deserted, coconut palm-shaded beaches and the Gulf of Thailand’s alluring cobalt waters.
Our neighbours are 2,000 villagers, mostly fishermen, who add colourful local charm to your stay.
How to get there from Bangkok ?
From Bangkok to Trat. Take Highway No. 7 (Bangkok-Chon Buri) and turn left at Ban Bueng. Take Highway No. 344 (Ban Bueng-Kleang) till you reach Kleang intersection and turn left on to Highway No. 3. Then pass through Chanthaburi province until you reach Trat province. The total distance is 315 kilometres.
Afterwards head down town until you pass the Shell and PTT stations and reach the triangle intersection. Turn left and drive for 20 kilometres. High Season welcome reception is on the left.