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Koh Nangyuan & Koh Tao
Nang Yuan Island (Koh Nang Yuan)
Ko Nang Yuan is a group of three islands northwest of Ko Tao. The pretty little islands are interconnected by a long sandy beach. The long stripe of smooth white sand can be explored on foot.

Koh Nangyuan is a perfect place to unwind from the vigours of traveling. It is a unique place, three “Virgin Islands” connected by a white stretch of beach and fringed by reefs. It is breathtaking and a joy to experience. There is no traffic and hustle and bustle. Koh Nangyuan is tranquil and peaceful.

There are other activities besides diving, either you can enjoy lazy days on the beach, snorkeling and sea kayaking or take a walk up to Mountain View where there are spectacular views and is especially beautiful during sunset. Accommodation caters to all tastes and budgets. Bungalows blend into the natural environment either nestled into the lush vegetation or along the beach.
The beaches on the islands are undisturbed and quiet, and they are all clean. The highlight of Nang Yuan is the beautiful scenery of the underwater world. The most magnificent and deepest spot is called Kohng Hin Nang Yuan which has unspoiled and untouched coral reefs.

Nang Yuan is also good for snorkeling. Just 10 m away from the shore, the deepwater coral reefs and marine life are clearly seen in the transparent blue seas and the bright sun. The stunning view of a panoramic scene of the sandy beach that links all three islands together can be reached by a 50 m staircase.
Koh Tao
Koh Tao is a small island of approximately 21 sqm km and receives over a 100,000 visitors per year. Its shape looks like a peanut, west coast is full of tourists and beaches. Ferry Pier is also on this side.

Koh Tao is less developed than Koh Samui and Koh Pha Ngan, but has become increasingly popular especially with the mid-20's backpacker crowd in search of relatively inexpensive scuba diving certification. For the last two years the demographics of the island has seen an age increase with many of the visitors that first visited the island over ten years ago are now returning with their families.

Koh Tao is famous in terms of scuba diving and snorkeling. Also offers some hiking, rock climbing and bouldering. The most popular place for tourists is Sairee on the West coast, which has a white sandy beach of 1.7 km interrupted only by a few huge boulders and a scattering of medium budget resorts and restaurants.
Diving conditions have improved dramatically in the past few years with the continuing education of locals by the dive community. The El Nino weather pattern of 1997 caused a warming of the waters which resulted in the loss of a great deal of the shallow corals near the island. Since then, the recovery has been swift and dramatic. And with help by island conservation groups the island environmental outlook is strong.

Koh Tao is increasingly becoming a mecca for game fishermen on a budget. Species targeted include marlin, sailfish, king mackerel, cobia, baracuda, trevally and snapper.
Mu Koh Ang Thong Marine National Park, located in close proximity to Koh Samui, consists of forty-two islands. The park covers a total area of 102 of which about only 18 is land.
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