Things to do

 

THINGS TO DO IN KOH CHANG

With its natural splendour, the island offers a wide choice of activities. The beautiful beaches and pristine Rainforests And Islands Surrounding Koh Chang Create The Perfect Environment For Nature Lovers And Adventure seekers.

 

Elephant trekking

 

Go elephant trekking and explore the rainforest with the kings of the jungle. One of the most fun and enchanting things to do in Thailand, elephant trekking puts you in touch with the nature of the island as you experience some of the most picturesque landscapes of Koh Chang.

Island tours

Koh Chang is surrounded by many beautiful smaller islands. The nearby islands Koh Mak and Koh Kood are blessed with spectacular white sand beaches and also provide accommodation for tourists. The following tour providers offer a choice of excellent packages that usually include 4 or 5 islands with the option of travelling speedboat, sailboat or a cruise boat. THAIFUN Day Cruises offer you a perfect day with many islands, snorkeling and many more.

Golf course

If you are a golf fan, your passion for golf doesn’t need to take a break during your holidays. Siam Royal View has developed a phenomenal 9-hole golf course on Koh Chang, and a leisurely round should definitely be on the “things to do” list for any golfer.

 

WHAT TO SEE AND VISIT AT KOH CHANG

Bang Bao Village is a very interesting area to visit. It’s a true fisherman’s village with all the charms of rural Thailand.

Salak Phet Village is located on the East Coast of Koh Chang.

Klong Plu Waterfall this tree-tier waterfall and a nice place to take a swim and relax.

Klong Nonsi Waterfall is at the northernmost tip of Koh Chang and offers spectacular views and the opportunity for bird watching.

Klong Nueng Waterfall is the smallest waterfall situated at Salak Phet.

Kiri Petch Waterfall is close to Salak Phet village.

Than Mayom Waterfall is a magnificent four-tier waterfall and surely the most famous and popular one at Koh Chang. King Rama V and King Rama VI once visited it and inscribed their names on the stones on the highest cliff of the cascade.