Koh Chang has wildlife that people come from different parts of the world to see.

Koh Chang: Elephant Island

Koh Chang: Elephant Island

Koh Chang is among the most beautiful islands in Thailand. It comes second in terms of size when compared to other islands in this country. This island has a population of approximately 5,000 residents. It is not densely populated.

 

Over the recent years, Koh Chang has seen an increase in the number of tourists who visit this beautiful island. Many people visit the island due to its beautiful attractions and hospitable residents. This island has wildlife that people come from different parts of the world to see. These include a wide range of birds, deer, elephants, and deer, among others. It also gives visitors a nice place to go snorkeling, jungle hiking and diving.

 

The history of this island is another factor that attracts people from different parts of the world. This history dates back to prior the world war two when many did not know the island. This was the time when few families lived there growing fruits and coconuts. When you visit the island, you also learn about its name. The name that means Elephant Island due to its shape.

 

Since many people discovered the beauty of this island, it has become a vacation destination for many of them. This has led to a dramatic growth of the island making it capable of catering for the increasing number of visitors. 

 

When you tour Koh Chang, you may choose to go there by plane, bus, boat, limousine or taxi. There are providers of travel services using these means. All of them are professionals and their services are of high quality. Even if you are new in the island, they will take you around to ensure that you get to your destination safely. They also know how to keep their time.

 

Koh Chang also has a number of restaurants and hotels from which you can eat and drink. These have menus similar to those of other hotels in Thailand. Koh Chang is the place to go when you want to get away from your daily stressing life.





published: 10.10.2012