• Majestic Splendour
    Majestic Splendour

    Klong Son Bay, Koh Chang

  • A Tropical Paradise Island
    A Tropical Paradise Island

    Klong Son Bay, Koh Chang

  • No Place Like Home
    No Place Like Home

    Siam Royal View, Koh Chang

  • The Art of Nature
    The Art of Nature

    Klong Son Bay, Koh Chang

  • Pristine Waters, Lush Green Hills
    Pristine Waters, Lush Green Hills

    Siam Royal View, Koh Chang

  • A Place for Quality Time
    A Place for Quality Time

    Siam Royal View, Koh Chang

  • In the Front Row of Life
    In the Front Row of Life

    Siam Royal View, Koh Chang

  • Golfing on the Beach
    Golfing on the Beach

    Siam Royal View, Koh Chang

  • A Safe Haven for Your Yacht
    A Safe Haven for Your Yacht

    Siam Royal View Marina, Koh Chang

  • A Home with a Magical Touch
    A Home with a Magical Touch

    Siam Royal View, Koh Chang

  • Tropical Perfection
    Tropical Perfection

    Siam Royal View, Koh Chang

  • Welcome to Another World
    Welcome to Another World

    Klong Son Bay, Koh Chang /

    Courtesy of Princess Yachts

     

Koh Chang Noi Island Klong Son Bay

Koh Chang Noi is a small uninhabited island on the extreme north-west tip of Koh Chang. It lies about 100 metres off the tip of the Laem Chang Noi cape, which forms the northern side of Klong Son Bay, the home of Siam Royal View, Koh Chang. It is one of two islands located on either side of the bay, the other being Koh Mapring.

Koh Chang Noi

The island itself is unremarkable although there is a pleasant beach on the eastern side. The rest of the island is made up of little more than rocks and trees. The island can be reached by boat or kayak and is worth looking at if you are in the area. There is an old sign in Thai from the Thai Navy warning against trespassing, but equally the Bangkok Post lists the island as being open to the public during daylight hours seven days a week so it unlikely that a visit will attract any trouble from the authorities.

 

Koh Chang Noi, Koh Chang

A footpath from the northern side of the island is the only realistic way to explore the interior, but there is little of interest and most of the time there is more vegetation than path. Time is better spent on the beach or snorkeling on the coral reef. The strait between Koh Chang Noi and Koh Chang is a healthy reef and occasionally plays host to scuba divers. Swimming the short distance between the two islands is not recommended, the currents can be strong and it is possible to get into difficulty.

Koh Chang Noi Viewed from Klong Son Bay

Sailing Guide to Chang Noi Island

Chang Noi Island is one of the islands closest to Siam Royal View’s Koh Chang Marina, so for boats based there it is an obvious place to visit. The strait between Koh Chang Noi and Laem Chang Noi is navigable and used daily by local fishing boats and sailors experienced in local waters.

The waters immediately surrounding Koh Chang Noi are rocky so care is advised.

Links to discovering the islands of the Mu Koh Chang Archipelago

Mu Koh Chang Archipelago Island Guide

State of the art Thailand marina on Koh Chang

Sailing Koh Chang - A Boat Owners Paradise

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