Koh Phai : Chonburi, Thailand

Koh Phai is the largest island in Mu Koh Phai, a small uninhabited archipelago on the eastern seaboard of Thailand. It is about 21 km to the west of Pattaya. It is also known as “Koh Pai”. It is also mentioned as “Bamboo Island”, the meaning of its name in Thai, in tourist guides.

Koh Phai is the largest island in Mu Koh Phai, a small uninhabited archipelago on the eastern seaboard of Thailand. It is about 21 km to the west of Pattaya. It is also known as “Koh Pai“. It is also mentioned as “Bamboo Island”, the meaning of its name in Thai, in tourist guides.

From Pattaya shore is Koh Phai Islands which under protection of Royal Navy. Surrounded its islets such as Koh Manwichai, Koh Luam and Koh-Klungbadan, That visitors can enjoy swimming, diving and fishing in the far reach island hideaway of Chon Buri.

One of the main attractions of the island group are some well-preserved coral reefs. A World War II-vintage ship of the Royal Thai Navy, HTMS Khram (ex-USS LSM-469), was sunk 300 m to the east of Koh Phai in January 2003 in order to create an artificial submerged reef. The wreck is in an area suitable for scuba diving.

Koh Phai
Location: Na Kluea, Bang Lamung Disctrict, Chon Buri 20210 Thailand




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