Soon after taking pretty a handful of panoramic shots from our trips, we decided we will need to make it a point on our weblog. In this element of ‘Dose of Panorama‘ series, we’re going to take you to the wonderful Thai islands – Koh Mak and Koh Chang.
Right here are some of our preferred panoramic shots of Koh Mak and Koh Chang. Hope you like them!
Very first up, we have Koh Mak due to the fact properly, it was 1st on our trip.
View from 2nd floor, rooftop bar @ Makathanee Resort Koh Mak
Ao Soun Yai Beach
Pier @ Ao Soun Yai Beach
Ao Nid Pier
Scenic boardwalk @ cinnamon art resort
Though on Koh Mak, we took a brief trip to Koh Kham, a private island 1 km to the north. As an alternative of taking a extended tail boat there, we kayaked there alternatively. It was genuinely thrilling and adventurous. Also worth the work as the water and beach was awesome right here.
From Koh Mak, it was fairly straightforward acquiring to Koh Chang. We applied the exact same ferry organization to book our ticket so all we had to do was comply with one particular of their employees to their workplace, spend for the ticket (auto and two passengers) and comply with them once more to the pier. We arrived at the pier and very easily drove our auto on a significant ferry. It could carry at least 20 automobiles, very easily.
I’m going to divide the images primarily based on the east side and west side of the island.
White sand beach resort
Kai Bae Beach
Kai Bae Beach at sunset
Koh Chang boat chalet
Associated study: ghost ship in Koh Chang
The east side is surely quieter and has a a lot more nearby really feel. Having a auto or motorbike on Koh Chang genuinely assists in exploring the island. It is the only explanation I could get all these beautiful photographs.
Though driving along the coastal road, I stopped at many scenic viewpoints and if you comply with the road, you will not miss them either.
Additional coastal views along the road on the east side of Koh Chang.
Taken in front of Salak Phet Seafood & Resort
View of beach from the rocks on the corner, in front of Koh Chang Memorial
I do not know what the beach is named, but on Google Map, it says Lynn&Ralf’s Secret Beach. If you go all the way to Koh Chang Memorial in the southernmost element of the island, you will come across it.
If you want to come across these spots as properly, I recommend renting a auto or bike and exploring the island oneself. It would take a day but properly worth it.