Koh Chang Guide

Little island around Koh Chang (photo by: Eternal Vagabond)

Little island around Koh Chang (photo by: Eternal Vagabond)

Elephant trekking (photo by: nealeanddalissa)

Elephant trekking (photo by: nealeanddalissa)

Koh Chang beach (photo by: Endless Summer)

Koh Chang beach (photo by: Endless Summer)

Koh Chang is Thailand’s second largest island. It seems that beauty and perfection of nature is completed on this island. This site provides you with the most recent and updated information on Koh Chang. If you need to know about Koh Chang, Koh Mak and Koh Kood then you are on a perfect spot as this site will provide you with even basic information of the specified islands. This site introduces to the “Map Section” which will bring you most up to date and detailed maps of the island. If you are confuse about your stay at the island then our “Accommodation Sector” will assist you to find best hotels and resorts for your family and loved ones. Koh Chang Beach Guide is there to further assist you about the different sections of the island-Koh Chang. What could be better and more preferable than this if you want to settle in Koh Chang to work and earn money? Just browse through ever growing detailed listings of Koh Chang property, assets and real estate.

 

Recently Department of National Parks ranked Koh Chang as Thailand’s third most visited National park after Khao Yei and Namtok Phliu. Namtok Phliu is a picturesque waterfall in the neighboring Chantaburi. Kon Tiki is a name of a boat and one can visit this place by travelling through this boat.

 

Koh Chang has undoubtedly been snowed under just before Christmas. Hustle and bustle is felt in the atmosphere of Koh Chang. It was busy at ferry, without any doubt, after a magazine distribution run to Bangkok the other day. Speculations were in the air that a new ferry service is starting. If this services starts to operate then ‘Ao Thammachat’ ferry cannot expect trustworthy circle of customers. This circle will mostly include foreigners living on Koh Chang.





published: 25.02.2013