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The great appeal of Ko Kut is that most of it is still covered with virgin tropical rain forest, with trees, vines, and undergrowth so thick it is impossible to walk through it.
Two trees in particular are revered by the islands, who say they...More
I like nature, but these are literally two trees.
The signage to them was fairly discrete and easy to miss.
You can see them on the way to the Huang Nam waterfall.
If I missed them when going to the waterfall, it wouldn’t have been...More
Spectacular trees off the road to the nearby waterfall. There are two trees when you drive down the road to the waterfall, the first one is to the right and the second to the left. In our experience the exact location wasn't very clear but...More
We visited this old tree just after Loy Krathong.
Many people had been and placed items to make merit because of this. It was quite moving - there is also a lovely
resident dog, who seems to think it is his job to guard the...More
These trees are really impressive and interesting. It's a great idea to show them to anyone who is visiting a rainforest for the first time. My family, who do not travel to South East Asia often, found the trees fascinating.
To get here, you're going to need your own set of wheels and preferably, some experience riding a scooter or motorcycle. The road to the trees was much worse in the past, but most of it has been developed into a two-lane gravel road. There's...More
The resort island of Ko Kut, on the Thai-Cambodian maritime border, is largely covered with pristine rain forest, which has not been bulldozed for tourist development, unlike so many other islands in Thailand.
In the middle of the rain forest are two particularly large and...More
We couldn't reach the trees during the rainy season at first, because rain had damaged the roads. When we finally got there, the roads were still rough, but managed to get there. The trees were nice to see, and children had fun in the jungle.