(30 minutes from Khang Khao) is another beautiful island boasting a long stretch of beach and azure water, with lots of tiny crabs scuttling over the sand and the parched skeletons of long-dead trees lying further up the beach. The longer of the two beaches sweeps from the west along the southerly curve of the island. It’s easy to walk from the west to the east side, or take a short path from the southern tip of the beach through the rich vegetation and into a dreamy cove, with white sands, set against the impressive backdrop of mountainous rainforest. The water is bath-like in temperature, but beware of the stony bottom. This cove is, however, overlooked by some national park bungalows, which have information leaflets.
do you know Koh Khao Khwai well?