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Koh Talu, Koh Tap and Koh Mor

Krabi Attractions | Krabi islands

Koh Talu is a beautiful island in Phang Nga, Thailand. Unlike most of the islands in Thailand, the Koh Talu Island remains noisy with huge crowds attracted to this place, but one can enjoy its scenic beauty all the most when it is without crowds.

Koh Talu

Koh Talu Island is located at Khao-Lam-Ya,Mu Koh Samet national Park. This island is about 45 meters high.This island spreads over a total distance of about 27.28 acres mostly covered with dense forests. The Koh talu Island is rich in natural resources. There is a high steep cliff to the west and white sandy beaches cover the east as well as the west. The water in Koh Talu Island is crystal clear and the cliff to the west has been hallowed out by the sea in the shape of a Talu. There is a pass with a a 30 meter hole at the centre from which a boat can easily pass through. This is a result of natural erosion. The Koh Talu Island is the native place for numerous swifts. Activities like snorkeling and swimming are mostly practiced in the Koh Talu Island. One very interesting feature of the Koh Talu Island is that when the sea retreats the Phang Nga becomes a mountain and the Koh Talu becomes a river of fresh water, which erodes the limestone faster than the sea water making small caves and hongs. The island is a diving spot and has a beautiful coral garden with variety of fishes.

About Koh Tap and Koh Mor

Koh Tap is an island in the Andaman Sea in Thailand. The Koh Tap and the Koh Mor Island are two very small islands between the Chicken Island and the Koh Poda. A sandbar links Koh Tap to Mor and Koh Kai which can be accessed only when the tide is low. The sea is also very clear very numerous fishes in the blue water. Snorkeling is a very common activity for the tourists. The beautiful white sandy beaches in these islands are also a feature which increases the scenic beauty of the Koh Tap and Koh Mor Islands. These islands are very easily accessed by boats. People traveling in a boat can get down on the beach where the sand is quite firm. Thus tourists can easily hire a boat and visit all these islands in a single, the cost of the trip being within the reach of common people.


Last Updated: 20 Feb 2008