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Koh Nang Yuan





Koh Nangyuan Facts

  Is: 3 islands connected by a beach
  "Koh" translates to "island" in Thai
  In Thai language: เกาะนางยวน
  Location: Northwest of Koh Tao
  Province: Changwat Suratthani
  Distance from Bangkok: ≈ 700 km
  Time zone: ICT - UTC+7
  Country calling code: +66



Important Numbers

  Police emergency: 191
  Tourist Police - Emergency: 1155






  Info about neighboring Koh Tao is found here
  Book your hotel room or bungalow here




Getting There



If you are traveling from Koh Samui, we recommend you to go by the Lomprayah catamaran, via Koh Tao. The pier is located in Maenam.

If you are coming from the main land by train, bus or plane, it is easiest to go to Chumpon to Koh Tao. The Lomprayah High Speed Catamaran has several departures every day.




What to Do?



Relaxation and water sports is probably two most fair answers to this question. Diving and snorkeling is popular, with many good diving sites such as Twin Peak, White Rock and Green Rock. Rock climbing (be careful), kayaking and canoeing are also rather common activities on this "three piece island".




Nangyuan at noon



When to Go?



The climate here is tropical and usually rather pleasant all year round, but it might rain more from September until December due to the tropical monsoon season. For more details and statistics about weather and climate please go here




Nang Yuan Photos



You will find a few photos from Koh Nang Yuan here. If you have taken a few good ones yourself, please do not hesitate to send them to us if you want them published. Contact us here




Learn how to cook Thai food


Koh Nang Yuan palmtree



Beaches and Islands



Koh Nang Yuan consists of three small islands connected by a double sided white beach in the middle. On the middle island, which also is the smallest, you will find the Nang Yuan Dive Resort. You can conveniently book a room on this resort online below.




Sunbathing at Koh Nang Yuan Island



Environmental Concern



Please keep Nang Yuan clean and throw all your waste in a garbage can. Do not pick up corals or shells or keep as souvenirs. They belong to the ocean, not in a bookcase.

If we all get a little aware and concerned of the vulnerability of the nature and the wildlife here, coming generations will also be able to explore the beauty of Koh Nang Yuan and all the other islands in the region.




Hotel Reservation Service



Encrypted and safe reservation for the only resort on Koh Nang Yuan:


Nang Yuan Island Dive Resort
Area: Nang Yuan    = Medium     Book here

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