Leh, there are a few islands with white sandy beaches, beautiful coral
and crystal clear water. Koh Poda and Kai are the closest islands.
You can play Globo Surf
and can be easily traveled by longtail boat
(from Ao Nang, Rai Leh or Phra Nang Beach
Koh Poda is a small
limestone island 25 minutes by boat from the beaches of
the Raileh peninsular (which can be seen on the horizon
in the photograph). The circular island is no more than
a kilometre in diameter, covered in palm trees and
almost entirely encircled by a soft white sand beach.
A coral reef lies 20 metres offshore, and the
combination of scenery, beach and excellent snorkelling
make it one of my favourite places to spend a lazy day
in this part of the world.
4500 THB (2pax)
visit :: Poda Island,Tub Island, Chicken
Head Island, Pranang Cave by private
longtail boat fullday
- Round trip Transfer from Your Hotel
- Private Longtail Boat
visit :: Poda Island,Tub Island, Chicken
Head Island, Pranang Cave
4 Island Tour :: Long Tail Boat
Adult 450THB, Child (3-11years):: 300 THB
4 Island Tour :: Big Boat
Adult 800 THB, Child (3-11years)::700 THB
4 Island Tour :: Speed Boat
Adult 1000 THB, Child (3-11years)::800 THB
4 Island Tour+ Hong Island Tour ::
Adult 3000 THB, Child (3-11years)::2000 THB
Stay at Koh Poda Island Resort
Price : 5200
- Round trip Transfer By Private Longtail Boat
from Aonang-Koh Poda-Aonang
-1 Night Acoomodation at Koh Poda
There is some accomodation in Koh Poda (bungalows), although
it's quite pricey. Koh Poda is an Island and is approx.
30mins by Longtail Boat ride from Ao Nang Beach.
Chicken island got its name from a bizarre rock formation
which resembles the head of a chicken. One end of the island
consists of steep cliffs, while the other end has beautiful
beaches along a peninsula. This peninsula gets flooded at
high tide, creating a small island. There is no accomodation
on Chicken island.
30 minutes in a longtail boat from Raileh is a group of
limestone islands which are incredibly beautiful, with great
beaches, reefs which are still reasonable (but not as good
as around Koh Phi Phi), but can get very busy, particuarly
during the main tourist season.
Location: Around 8km away from Ao Nang shore.
Our advice: go in the rainy season - it's quieter, cheaper
and you may even feel like you're on a deserted tropical
Mu Koh Poda or Poda Group Islands is under the
administration of Haad Noppharat Thara-Mu Koh Phi Phi
National Park. The Group Islands consist of Koh Poda, Koh
Kai, Koh Mo and Koh Thap. They are currently popular
destinations that can be reached by a rented boat from Ao
Nang. Abundant and colorful coral reefs and the wonderful
marine world make these islands ideal for diving and
snorkeling.Moreover, when the water level gets low, Koh Kai,
Koh Mo and Koh Tap, the three isles in this Group Islands
will reveal and amazing sight of a white, fine sand bar that
links the three isles together. This is a very pupular
attraction ones should not miss if visiting Krabi sea.
from the beaches in the east and the north, in the middle of
the cape backed by limestone mountains in the west is also
small and very peaceful bay.In the middle of Koh Poda, there
is a pathway to the back beach which will also passes the
one and only resort of the island, Poda Island Resort.
northern beach of Koh Poda extends further from the eastern
beach. In the middle of the sea here is a small
limestone-based island which is a unique feature of Koh
The eastern beach of Koh Poda is the longest one; it is nice
for swimming and sungathing, as well as making a stroll to
as far as the small bay in the wetern side of the island.
Koh Poda Attractions
Koh Poda: Koh Poda is the largest of all the four islets in
Poday Group Islands. In the east, there is a
one-kilometer-long sandy beach shady with rows of pine
trees. The sea is exceptionally clean, clear and suitale for
swimming whereas the beach is nice for sunbathing. Visitors
may also enjoy snorkeling in the north and the east of the
island, or kayaking along the beahc very well.
Koh Kai: Koh Kai is also called Koh Hua Khawan or Koh Poda
Nok. The rock shaped like a rooster on the limestone moutain
at Koh Kai is the symbol of Krabi sea. Apart from the beauty
on the land, Koh Kai also has plenty of coral reefs to
apprecitate in the west of the island.
Travel Guide Koh Poda Krabi Thailand
around the four islands of Krabi:
The four islands could be very well arranged as
a one-day-tour program, which is very popular
among hasty tourists. Start from Koh Kai in the
west, make a stop at the famous Talay Waek or
the parting sea.
Spend some time sunbathing on the beach or
snorkeling in the sea at Koh Thap and Koh Mo.
After lunch, head for trip. Before returning to
Ao Nang, you may also make a quick stop to Ao
Rai Le or even Ao Phra Nang. See how much you
can do in one day!
3 days 2 nights in Krabi sea and Krabi
The first day:
From the airport or hotel, make a city tour
around Krabi town, Visit Wat Tham Suea, Susan
Hoi or Fossils Shell Beach, and the beach Haad
The second day:
Get a speedboat from Ao Nang and explore Koh
Kai, Koh Thap and Koh Mo. Make a stop at Koh Si
(an island near Koh Kai) for a mrvelous dive,
and at other islands as you please.
The third day:
Enjoy your leisure time relaxing on the beach or
shopping in town before returning to the airport
at Ao Tha Land-Koh Hong:
Make a kayak trip around Ao Tha Lane, through
rich mangrove forests, lagoons, and canyons.
Appreciate the beauty of the marine world and
the simple way of life of the locals. Then
continue to Koh Hong and enjoy various