Ko Hong’s Hidden Lagoons

Ko Hong, meaning ‘Room Island’ in Thai, is part of an archipelago in the Krabi province, famed for its captivating lagoon encircled by limestone cliffs. Beyond the sheer beauty of its lagoon, the island boasts powdery beaches, turquoise waters, and intricate cave systems. Its limestone caves and verdant mangroves stand testament to nature’s artistry, while the surrounding seas are an invitation for snorkelers eager to discover the vibrant marine life below.

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Getting Here

From Ao Nang or Krabi

Long-tail boats or speedboats are commonly used to reach Ko Hong, typically taking around 20-30 minutes from Ao Nang and about 45 minutes from Krabi. Ensure you check the boat schedules and the tide timings, as low tides can make accessing the lagoon challenging.

Don’t Miss

Lagoon Lure

The central lagoon, accessed through a narrow cliff passage, is the island’s primary attraction, often referred to as nature’s secret room.

Caving Adventures

Explore the mesmerizing limestone caves that dot the island, bearing witness to the sculptures nature has carved over millennia.

Marine Marvels

Dive into Ko Hong’s waters to discover a colorful tapestry of coral formations and diverse marine life.

Best Time to Visit

Ko Hong is best enjoyed from November to April when the weather conditions are optimal. The waters are calm, allowing for easy exploration of the island’s nooks and crannies. The monsoon season from May to October may present rougher seas but provides an unmatched atmosphere of solitude and serenity.

Uncover the secrets of Ko Hong from a vantage point like no other.

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