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Top 05 Islands for a Relaxing Getaway in Trang – Island Escape

Are you ready to be sun kissed as you take in the beauty of the Trang and the islands that surround it? Thailand has numerous islands where you can spend your entire holiday on.


Koh Ngai

Ko Ngai is the ideal island for nature lovers as it offers pristine waters that are perfect for snorkelling, swimming and simply lying on the sand all day perfecting that holiday tan! The main beach which comprises of soft white sand is about 2 kilometres in length, where the southern part of the island is a popular snorkelling spot. Ngai Island is also complete with lush rainforest hills that can be great for trekkers and adventure enthusiasts who wish to explore the island. Visitors who are eager to explore through the jungle will come across a variety of birds, monitor lizards, monkeys and dozens of flora. The island is actually part of the Krabi province, therefore if you're looking for Krabi beach resorts to stay at; there are numerous properties to choose from. The most ideal time to visit Ko Ngai is between the months of November to April.


Koh Kradan

The island of Ko Kradan offers clear azure waters that are teeming with colourful coral and an abundant variety of fish. The white sandy beaches reflect that of a postcard and are the definition of paradise on earth. With many resorts around to choose from such as Anantara Si Kao Resort, visitors will truly feel like they've found heaven on earth! Since the waters are so perfectly clear, it provides as a perfect opportunity to go snorkelling. Escape the hustle and bustle of your busy city life and head to Ko Kradan where you can unwind and relax during your entire trip and not worry about anything else! The main beach is located on the eastern side of the island, where the water is most clear and shallow. The beaches on the southern and northern side of the island are equally attractive and less popular, and thus is a great escape from the crowds. One of the popular events that's takes place in Koh Kradan is the annual underwater wedding festival, held on the 14th of Feburary.


Koh Mook

Most popular for its magical emerald cave, the island of Koh Mook lies between Krabi and Trang. The Emerald Cave is located on the west coast and requires its visitors to swim through the mesmerizing clear blue waters in order to reach the cave. Once inside the cave, between the peak hours of 11am to 4pm, visitors will be able to notice the walls of the cave light up to a striking emerald hue, just when the sun light hits the surface of the water. Hua Laem Beach and Haad Farang Beach are some of the more popular beaches on the island of Koh Mook. Koh Mook is complete with mountainous terrain aswell as a vast area of rubber trees, which adds the right amount of colour to the landscape of Koh Mook.


Koh Ha

Scuba divers and snorkelers, gather here! The waters around Koh Ha are breathtakingly clustered by exotic marine species, underwater caves and colourful reefs. Divers will be able to spot whale sharks, manta rays, sea snakes, lionfish and turtles amongst many others. Head over to this tropical island and enjoy the beautiful surroundings, which includes the five limestone islands on the west of Koh Lanta.


Koh Rok

Ideal for a day trip, the island of Koh Rok has beautiful beaches and lovely views,especially from the Pha Samed Daeng viewpoint and Thong Cape. Both these points are ideal for sunsets! Two of the main things to do on the island is diving and visiting the Koh Rok Waterfall. The best time to visit the island is from the months of October to May.