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We booked for the half day tour on 1st september but no one showed up at our hotel to pick us up. After hours of calling up different numbers we were able to reschedule the trip to 2nd september.. everything went almost as per plan...More
Our hotel, The Cape Panwa has its own boat with daily trips to this island which was about 20 mins boat ride away. On approach it’s a gorgeous desert island with 2 main beaches banana beach and long beach. There is one hotel on the...More
The island itself could be gorgeous, however. it was over run with tourists, to the point of bursting, the Chinese travellers all seemed to congregate together at one end of the beach, so we went right to the other end, where it was relatively quieter,...More
I'm wondering if there is another side to Coral Island based on the good reviews I saw. The area we went was about the saddest thing we saw in Thailand. The beach was COVERED in garbage - diapers, cups, plates, plastics, filth, you name it....More
Coral Island is only a 15 minute speed boat ride from the Thalong Pier. It took us 1 hour to get there by mini bus from our Seastone Villas,but we chose it as it was the only one offering a half day tour and since...More
We visited in Sept 2017, not sure if it was weather that day or that is how the place is, 2 of my family members felt terrible on the way towards coral island. We had a brief stop over for Para sailing before we headed...More
A fairly unorganised tour still despite this we enjoyed the snorkling.
Raya island is better for snorkling.
We did the morning tour but people paid the same for the whole day.
The speedboat was ok not as bumpy as I thought it would be.