Wonderful Koh Chang 3D2N

Wonderful Koh Chang 3D2N
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$772.52
Duration: 3 days
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Description

Koh Chang, known also as ‘Elephant Island’ named because of its elephant shaped headland, is Thailand’s second largest island after Phuket. Located around 300 kilometres east of Bangkok in Trat Province, in the Gulf of Thailand near the Cambodian border.

Koh Chang is part of the Mu Ko Chang National Park. Despite its increase in development and tourism in the past decade or so, it has retained its remote and rugged character.

From jungle covered mountain peaks to sweeping bays, great waterfalls to flourishing coral reefs, beach huts to luxury resorts, Koh Chang has plenty to offer for everyone.

DAY 1.

Our Guide will pick you up from your hotel on 3hrs drive to Tratwe stop for a coffee break at koh Loi floating marketArriving at Trat station we board a Ferry to Koh chang Paradise Island second Biggest Island in Thailand after Phuket.Arrived at koh chang, upon arriving our Guide will welcome you with a warm smile and greetings, then we take a Public Transport to the hotel for check in.we embark on Half day sightseeing tour and also visit the Elephant Camp and Museum to get to know the history behind Koh chang.Back to the Hotel.

 DAY 2.after your breakfast, we embark on 5 Island Hopping this is an incredible and Lifetime opportunity to stay on Remote on 5Island non-stop with countless of snorkeling, Kayaking and lot more. This also offer Lunch and free Transfer back to your Hotel.Back to your Hotel.

 DAY 3well today we don’t have much, so this your chance to explore the Island in few Hrs at your cost before we return back to Bangkok.

 Driver will be ready to pick you up from your Hotel back to BKK. Mind you on the way back we provide Lunch at one stop before driving you back to the airport.

 

Koh Chang, known also as ‘Elephant Island’ named because of its elephant shaped headland, is Thailand’s second largest island after Phuket. Located around 300 kilometres east of Bangkok in Trat Province, in the Gulf of Thailand near the Cambodian border.

Koh Chang is part of the Mu Ko Chang National Park. Despite its increase in development and tourism in the past decade or so, it has retained its remote and rugged character.

From jungle covered mountain peaks to sweeping bays, great waterfalls to flourishing coral reefs, beach huts to luxury resorts, Koh Chang has plenty to offer for everyone.