Chang is very popular among visitors. Situated in the nearest
distance from Laem Ngob, it takes 1-2 hours to reach the desired
destinations on Ko Chang. The best season to visit the islands
is between October and May. During the rainy season from May
to October, visitors are not allowed to the islands south of
Ko Chang; for example, Ko Kut, Ko Mak, Ko wai, and Ko Kham.
The boat trip to Ko Chang can be made all year round. In the
rainy season, a boat will sail along the inner coast of Ko Chang
because the island's long and large shape provides shelter from
sea winds and waves. Visitors will trips on land to individual
Kut is the farthest island from the coast of Trat. Its size
ranks as the fourth of all Thailand's islands or the second
to Ko Chang in Trat. The island covers an area of approximately
105 sq.km or 65,625 rai.It is 25 km in length and 12 km in width.
Its natural features include mountains and plains where many
streams originate and some become waterfalls.One famous waterfall
is Nam Tok Khlong Chao flows all throughout the year.It is an
ideal place for swimming, consisting of 3 tiers; the upper two
tiers are running streams and the lower one is a large pond.
In 1911, King Rama VI paid a royal visit to this waterfakk and
named it 'Nam Tok Anam Kok' to commemorate Ong Chiang Su. In
addition; there are beaches with crystal-clear sea popular among
visitors suach as Taphao Beach, Khlong Chao Beach, Khlong Hin
Beach, Phrao Beach, etc. Accommodation with a private atmosphere
is available for visitors at the inner sea of Ko Kut, and the
other two islands, Ko Rat and Ko Mai Si, opposite to Ko Kut.