Koh Kradat : Trat, Thailand

If you are on Koh Mak then it’s definitely worth a visit Koh Kradat. There are two main reasons, firstly a long swathe of untouched white sand beach along the east coast of the island. Secondly, it’s home to a large herds of deer. Some of which are very tame and spend their time around the restaurant and resort area.

Koh Kradat, a private island off the northwest coast of Koh Mak. It’s a relatively flat island whose claim to fame is that it was the first island in Thailand to have a Chanote land title deed.

If you are on Koh Mak then it’s definitely worth a visit Koh Kradat. There are two main reasons, firstly a long swathe of untouched white sand beach along the east coast of the island. Secondly, it’s home to a large herds of deer. Some of which are very tame and spend their time around the restaurant and resort area. Although most are scattered in herds of varying sizes across the island.

The island is privately owned and visitors have to pay 100 Baht ‘entry fee’. This includes a deer spotting tractor tour of the island which also stops off half way at the beach for 30 minutes.

Koh Kradat
Location: Trat, Thailand




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