Koh Chang, The Largest Island In Mu Koh Chang International Park Archipelago 2012

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Koh Chang is an amphoe (district) in Trat Province, Thailand. It is located on the Gulf Of Thialand’s eastern seaboard, 310 km from Bangkok and near the border with Cambodia.

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Floading in Paknam Khaem Nu during December 2011

Floading in Paknam Khaem Nu during December 2011

It happen every year in Paknam Khaem Nu. During December, the sea level will increase to the highest level especially when the moon bright night. Luckily it doesn’t rain during this day, if not it will be big flood in here.

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Welcome to Bang Saen Beach Chonburi

Welcome to Bang Saen Beach Chonburi

Bang Saen is a town that is famous throughout Thailand. It is the closest pleasant beach getaway spot from Bangkok as well as any provinces north of Chonburi. Most visitors typical come from provinces to the north and northeast of Chonburi. It is much closer, cheaper and less hassle free than Hua Hin’s Beaches or Pattaya’s Beaches.

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Welcome to Koh Chang

Welcome to Koh Chang

Ko Chang (Thai: เกาะช้าง, pronounced [kɔ̀ʔ tɕʰáːŋ], also Koh Chang) is an amphoe (district) in Trat Province, Thailand. It is located on the Gulf of Thailand’s eastern seaboard, 310 km from Bangkok and near the border with Cambodia.
It is the country’s third largest island, and the largest island in the Mu Ko Chang National Park archipelago.
The name means Elephant Island, and comes from the elephant shape of its headland, although elephants are not indigenous to the island. At present, there are 9 villages on the island.
It is a mountainous island, with Khao Salak Phet being the highest peak at 743 metres. The island is known for several waterfalls, thriving coral reefs and rainforests. The island has an area of approximately 217 square kilometers.

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