Koh Kood is the farthest island from the coast of Trad. Its size ranks as the 4th of all Thailand's islands or the third to Koh Chang in Trad.
The island covers an area approximately 105 sq.km. or 65,625 rai. It is 25 km in length and 12 km in width. Its natural features include mountains, forest, canal, waterfalls. One famous waterfall is Klong Chaow waterfall which flows all throughout the year. It is consisting of 3 tiers; the upper two tiers are running streams and the lower one is a large pond which is an ideal place for swimming. In 1911, King Rama VI paid a royal visit to this waterfall and named it 'Nam Tok Anam Kok' to commemorate Ong Chiang Su. In addition; there are beaches with crystal-clear sea popular among visitors such as Taphao Beach, Klong Chaow Beach, Khlong Hin Beach, Phrao Beach, etc.
Accommodation with a private atmosphere is available for visitors at the inner sea of Koh Kood, and the other two islands, Ko Rat and Ko Mai Si, opposite to Koh Kood.
From Bangkok to Trat
By Bus from Eakamai Bus Terminal to Trat Bus Station
Eakamai Bus Terminal : Tel +66 (0) 2391 2504 or +66 (0) 2391 4164
Cherdchai Tour : Tel +66 (0) 2391 2237; +66 (0) 2391 4164 (Eakamai Bus Terminal), +66 (0) 3951 1062 (Trat Bus Station)
*At Eakamai Bus Station - Every hours bus departed from 05.00 am. Until 11.00 pm. And take around 6 hours duration from Bangkok to Trat Bus Station
*There are taxi pick up service to the pier from every boat companies with little extra cost.
By Plane from Suvarnabhumi Airport to Trat Airport
Tel : +66 (0) 3952 5777
Website : www.bangkokair.com
By Private Car from Bangkok (Rest Stop Motorway outbound Bangkok)
1. Head southeast on Highway 7 and continue on Route 7 to Banbueng.
Take the exit toward Route 344 - Ban Bueng - Klaeng - Chon Buri from Route 7.
At Klaeng intersection, turn left to highway 3 and follow the road until you reach Trat. (280 km.)
2. Take Highway 3 (Bangna – Trat) go straight on until you reach
Highway 344 (Chonburi – Ban Bueng – Klaeng).
Turn left, and keep on going towards Klaeng. At The Klaeng intersection, turn left to highway 3 and follow the road until you reach Trat. (315 km.)
From Trat (Mainland), Lamsok Pier to Koh Kood
1) Resort's Speed Boat
Going Trip :
11:45 am. Departure from Lamsok Pier, Trat
12:30 pm. Arrival to our resort at KohKood Island
Returning Trip :
09:30 am. Departure from our resort
10:30 pm. Arrival to Lamsok Pier, Trat
2) Koh Kood Express Boat
From Koh Chang / Koh Mak to Koh Kood
1) Bang Bao Speed Boat
Snorkeling at Koh Rang National Park:
Only 30 minutes by a speed boat from our resort to the popular snorkeling point, rich with corals in Trat Province. The overall trip will take about 3 hours when you can enjoy the undersea world – corals and anemone, home of big and small aquatic life in the Eastern Sea.
You can enjoy kayaking and enjoy the scenery of the Klong Chaow Beach, survey green mangrove trees
Traditional Thai massage:
We offer traditional Thai body massage for you to relax physically and mentally. You have a choice of massage in a booth we’ve provided at the point where the two canals meet and you can enjoy the sea and sun or you can have that massage
A Trip to Klong Yai Kee Waterfall:
"Yai Kee Waterfall", a small mystrious waterfall amind green mangrove forests deep in peaceful canal not far from CaptainHook Resort but it is the 2nd biggest waterfall in Koh Kood where water flows down a 6-meter-tall cliff to a crystal clear pond inviting the adventure visitors to make a big jump into the cool water below.
An exciting fire-mace show in which maces on fire are swung rhythmically by the resort staff, who has been practicing hard to present this exciting show to resort guests and make your evening on Koh Kood more fun.
Pirate Ship Cruise:
A very impressive evening trip to lay fish trips like Koh Kood fisherman traditional way and visit fish case that we raise aquatic animals from the deep ocean. Ending the fantastic trip with sunset watching when the sky changing from daylight to pink and then to blue of the night and saying goodbye to the last light of the day that fade away behind Koh Rat into the ocean.