Are you thinking about visiting a beach destination? This is the right time to plan your visit to the Koh Ngai. Bordered by clear and coral waters, Koh Ngai, which is popularly known as Ko Hai is a thickly forested region. It is in fact, the most developed region in the Trang Islands. It is a stunning place without any indigenous population. If you are feeling blue with your day-to-day work pressure, you can just get relieved by visiting this place in Thailand to get relaxing days away.
Getting to Koh Ngai:
It is easier to reach this island from Trang. From Trang, tourists can leave from Pak Meng Pier located at a distance of about 15 km opposite to the mainland in the Trang Province. It will take around an hour to reach Koh Ngai from Trang. Speed boat connection is also available between Pak Meng Pier and Ko Hai. This type of boat takes just 20 minutes to reach and the departing time is more or less similar.
From Ko Lanta, scheduled ferry service is operated to Ko Nai. During high season between November and April, it will be possible to privately hire a long tail boat from Ko Lanta. Even, tourists can shop for snorkelling trip from Ko Lanta.
From Bangkok, three daily flights plus ferry services are offered to reach Ko Ngai. Tourists can reach Trang from Bangkok by flight and then they will be moved to Ko Hai by ferry.
There are no roads on this Thai island. This means that you can get around the beach related attractions in this spot either by foot or through long tail boats. You can hire these boats from the resorts where you stay.
There is a footpath which is more of a jungle trek, which is the popular term used to denote it. This path moves from the main beach on the east to two beaches on the south. The westernmost region of this part has the Ko Nai Paradise Resort. From this resort, tourists can follow a path that leads to the National Park headquarters area. The path then leads to a hill with a couple of viewpoints. Now, what can you do on this island? Here’s the deal:
What to do at Ko Nai?
Snorkelling and diving are the best pastimes for tourists visiting Koh Ngai. In addition, the hills on this island provide an excellent opportunity for forest hiking amongst virgin jungles. But wait, there’s more… Yes, you can take a kayak to get a view of the see from a distance. Most resorts in this island offer snorkelling and sightseeing packages for the convenience of tourists.
So, are you ready to pack your things to Koh Ngai on this vacation?