Koh Kudee (Koh Kudi)
It lies approximately 6 kilometers offshore. Besides Koh Kudee there are two smaller islands, one is Koh Khangkhao and another is Koh Ruesee Cave. All three islands lie a little to the east of Koh Samet. The islands have beautiful natural landscapes and ringed by fine beaches which are ideal for swimming and camping on.
Koh Kudi's geographical features are of forests and high rocky areas, with the beach at the front. There are some nature trails and fresh water resources on Koh Kudi. The front beach called Haad Sinsamut is about 100 meters long and is good for swimming. It looks like a cape stretching out to the sea. From here, there is a path up to the cliff named Pha Nin Mangkorn, which is a nice view spot to watch the panoramic view of Koh Kudi and Koh Samet. In the north of the island is a snorkeling area, where the coral reefs of 200 meters wide are rested under the sea around 2 meters deep. It is a very popular diving spot for tourists.
Location : In the east of Koh Samet, about 6 kilometers from Ban Pae
To get there : It is easiest to come to the island by buying one day touring program from Koh Samet. Or you can hire the speedboat from Tha Pae Port or from Koh Samet.
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