After receiving the prestigious title of best beach in the world from the World Beach Guide earlier this year, Koh Kradan is preparing to welcome visitors again with the reopening of its shores on October 1. The island will remain accessible until May 31 next year.
Located in Hat Chao Mai National Park in Trang province, Thailand, this two-kilometre-long paradise boasts fine white sand, crystal-clear waters and vibrant marine life. After a four-month seasonal closure, the island is ready to welcome travelers seeking natural beauty and tranquility.
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Koh Kradan’s recognition is well deserved, thanks to its pristine environment. Its blue waters are perfect for swimming and water sports, and offer captivating views of coral reefs and tropical fish. During the closure, conservation efforts were prioritized to protect the island’s fragile ecosystem.
After a four-month seasonal closure, the island is ready to welcome travelers seeking natural beauty and tranquility
Visitors can enjoy a wide variety of activities, including snorkeling, scuba diving, kayaking and pure relaxation. Accommodation options suit a wide range of budgets.
With the island’s reopening, travelers from around the world can once again immerse themselves in its natural beauty and timeless charm, cementing its status as a premier destination for nature enthusiasts and beach lovers.