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Ko Adang

Located 43 km west of Tarutao and 80 km from Pak Bara is Ko Adang, an island about 30 sq. km in size that is covered with forests and freshwater streams. An island supplied with fresh water year round, its strongest attraction is the green sea turtles that come ashore between September and December to lay their eggs.

Not to be missed places include an interesting hike along the east coast, which will lead to a pretty beach 2 km from the park station. Slightly further from this beach is a waterfall that was once used as a source for fresh water by passing pirate ships. Another waterfall is located at the west coast, 3 km from Laern Son (Pine Cape) where the chao nŠam village of Talo Puya is found nearby. Laern Son, which is on the southern tip of the island, also offers a thatched longhouse for visitors who wish to stay overnight. Alternatively, one can always camp under the stars!

Food, however, may pose a problem as the restaurant is considered expensive in comparison to the low quality of food served. It is better to bring your own foodstuff before setting off for this island.

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