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There are nice shady bits where you can sit to get out of the sun. It's an odd vibe though. Sometimes brimming over with hipsters, sometimes just regular holiday-makers, sometimes both... and rarely do the twain meet.
When i lasted visited Koh Ma beack in 2013 this was secluded beach with may be a handful bar. Went again in Jan 2019, to see a Villa resort taking over most of the beach. Back in 2013 I was able to snorkel rite off...More
To get here you have to enter through the resort whose beach belongs to.
The beach is very quiet and offers a variety of massages and fruit shakes for good prices.
koh Ma is an island connected to the mainland with a thin beach strip...More
Breath taking!!!!! Come at 11 am like I did so it’s not as crowded. Around 3-4 pm the beach fills up so taking unique pictures gets harder. Loved my stay here and couldn’t recommend more to anyone to take this trip! Worth it totally!!!
Koh Ma is a very nice little beach with several restaurants and places to stay. We arrived at low tide and found it difficult to walk out to the deeper water. There were many sharp rocks! Suggest coming when the tide is higher.
Need to swim out quite a bit to snorkeling without a risk of hitting coral with your fins...but it was not a difficult swim...Futher out...there are some nice hard coral at 5m deep... there are lots of fish there too...beyond the 5-6 m coral will...More
Stayed at a resort here as read how beautiful it was, found the beach and the island very overrated. Walked over to the Island and there was a lot of trash and graffiti on the rocks. A day trip would be more than enough. Didn't...More
Snorkeling at Koh Mah is fascinating! Highly recommended as it has lots of fish and coral reefs! You can rent snorkeling mask with the restaurant by the beach or bring your own, and swim towards the island and behind it.. the water is warm and...More