Koh Chang

Koh Chang, one of the largest islands in the Gulf of Thailand, contains dense, steep jungle. Mu Ko Chang National Park, a preserve with hiking trails and waterfalls such as tiered Klong Plu, covers the interior and extends to offshore coral reefs. The coast is dotted with beaches and villages including Bang Bao, built on piers. Hat Tha Nam (aka Lonely Beach) has a waterfront party scene that attracts backpackers.

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Partner Hotels

Santhiya Tree

Santhiya has a new island home on Koh Chang, where the hotel group’s signature heart-warming hospitality is infused with contemporary Thai tropical design in the flagship Santhiya Tree property. Draped along Klong Prao Beach — a spectacular stretch of sand-carpeted shoreline on the island’s sunset coast — Santhiya Tree invites her guests to unwind and tune-in to nature. Pass the day lazing on the soft sand under the shade of towering palm trees. Be lulled into a snooze by the gentle sea breeze, then re-energise with a swim in the warm tropical ocean.

Siam Royal View

The perfect destination for a dream holiday by the beach, offering fully serviced hotel rooms as well as high quality villas and condos for rent. Located within a gated and guarded real-estate development, guests to any accommodation at enjoy access to all of the resort’s Siam

Sylvan Koh Chang

Sylvan Koh Chang first opened its doors in 1989 as the first full-service resort on Koh Chang. Situated on the iconic Kai Bae Beach amid twenty-five hillside acres (67,200 sq m) of lush rainforest habitat, and flowing around the contours of a small and secluded private bay. This enchanting hideaway posses all the qualities that Koh Chang Island has to offer.

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