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Hua Non Bay:

Located at the east of Koh Mook, the quiet beach where fishermen lead their local lives. It is the fishery pier ideal for wonderful scenery but not good for swimming.


Hua Laem Prao Beach: 


At the east of Koh Mook not far from Ban Koh Muk Pier. This area is good for a lazy strolling watching the scenery. The beach has clear 
white sand, colorful sea, shallow water and shady coconut trees. Under the sea is full of seaweed known as Dugong's tasty food. Hua laem Prao Beach Pier shows its beauty all through the day and is one of Koh Muk's most terrific sunrise scenes.

Tam Yai Bay:

Located close to the entrance of Morakot Cave Its striking feature is the most beautiful coral reef in front of the bay and good area to roll the kayak and admire the scenery.

Farang Beach:

The very popular beach among foreigners. So it is called "means foreigners). The beach has very white and clean sand with shallow water. The line of buoys is tied around the area for safety. There is a path from Ban Koh Muk Pier to Farang Beach to walk or ride the motorcycles. Four bungalows are located here.

Morakot Cave:

The cliff ranging at the west of Koh Mook is the site of Morakot Cave. To admire its beauty is to swim about 70 m through the cave. The destination is a large hall without roof, emerald sea and white sand which achieve the world fame. Morakot Cave of marvelous natural surroundings, white clean sandy beach, emerald colored sea where every group of tourists will spend some time admiring after swimming through the cave's entrance.

Morakot Cave is located at Koh Mook, Toward the northwest of Haad Chao Mai National Park, in Koh Li Bong sub-district, Kantang district, Trang province. 

Koh Chueak, Koh Ma, Koh Waen:

Home of colorful fish of various species. Despite these three islands are only huge rocks jutting from the sea's surface, they play the important role for nd the islands are various fish, beautiful coral reef and colorful sea flower.

Tourists favorite activities at Koh Chueak, Koh Ma and Koh Waen are diving. Every touring boat will stop, throw the line of buoys into the sea and let tourists admire the undersea world.

Koh Ma is located north of Koh Chuak, about 4 km from Koh Ngai. Koh Chuak and Koh Waen are rested between Koh Muk and Koh Ngai. The distance between the three islands and Pak Meng Pier is about 12 km.

How to get there: Can be reached by rented boats from Pak Meng Pier or mostly by the package tour (one day) which is much cheaper. Contact for information at the tour companies in Trang or at Pak Meng Pier.

These three islands are small and located near one another with no population. There is the bird's nest concession at three islands. The islands have no beach but the surrounding rocks and high cliffs offering the most fantastic diving spot of Trang Sea.

Koh Ma:

The island having the horse shape, the area of shallow water coral reef and seaweed.

Koh Chuak:

Comprising 2 islands with rapid current flowing in between. So people have to hold the rope while diving. It is the most famous area of Trang for snorkeling where various soft colorful coral reefs are found as well as numerous fish.

Koh Kradan:

Koh Kradan is arguably the most beautiful island in the Trang. It has an area of 600 acres. Most of the island (5/6) is under the responsibility of Hat Chao Mai National Park.

Koh Waen:

The island of rocks with the shape like the setting if the ring where a lot of swallows inhabit. This area used to be the location to hole the first wedding ceremony under the sea of Trang. Nevertheless, due to the area lacking of any beaches, the ceremony was move to Koh Kradan instead. At present, Koh Waen is well known for various coral reef (solid special), coralline and fertile fish.