Things to do in Ko Libong

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Things to Do in Ko Libong

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  • Dao2024
    Chiang Mai, Thailand1,607 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    It was about 40 kilometers drive from Trang but we were delightfully surprised to discover this scenic beach. The actual beaches road is also quite long and stretched over 50 km along this coast. There are also several islands that can be viewed from the shoreline.
    Written 20 April 2021
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  • jazsacher
    Bangkok, Thailand1,389 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    We really enjoyed Yong Ling Beach for many reasons. The beach was empty during the week day. It was well preserved with no trash. It had caves and islands to explore. There were monkeys on the beach which were so fun to watch steal the fisherman's catch. And it was extremely picturesque and beautiful. Perhaps the only thing I didn't care for was the entrance fee for foreigners but other than that we loved spending a couple hours here and interacting with the fisherman. I would definitely not hesitate in coming here again in the future. It's places like this which is the reason why I love Thailand !!
    Written 4 August 2018
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  • René Nonhof
    Haarlem, The Netherlands26 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    From the main road is a good sign, go up that road untill afork int road after 2km and take the left road. Park your scooter and start the climb on stone stairs and the you get to the pretty big caves you have to climb through with a lot of bats on the ceiling. You don't need a torch if you don't want to explore the cave. Can already be a bit tricky. After that some medium rock and jungle cimbing with some ropes to help you and finally the wooden ladder to the first stage. You should make it to the first stage when you're reasonably fit an not afraid of caves or bats (though they were only hanging on the ceiling). When you are there between 8 and 9 and high water you can see the dugongs. That was not the case with me, since i went in the afternoon and the view was good, but not fantastic. For me it was a bit dissapointing, but since I've read the german review, i knew there was a second stage, so i decided to go for it. This is the part were i have to advice only to do this when you're an experienced climer or a thrill/death seaker. The climb goes over razorsharp rocks and is pretyy steap at some points. Don't hang on to the branches or trees, trust your hands, feet and rock. Finally you get to some kind of platform with a better view than the cirst, but you know you have to go further to the top to have the view overlooking both sides of the island. Finally i got there but still had to hang on the rock with one hand, and shoot some quick pics and movies with the other hand. The view was great, but still I've seen better. I caught my breath for some time to have a good drink of water and new the way back would be worse. I decided to wrap a small towel on one, and a sarong around the other hand to avoid cuts while having you whole weight on those sharp rocks. That worked brilliantly and slowly i climbed my way back to the first platform were i could realy relax for a while. Yes I would recommend it, even to the first stage. True, i saw better views but it was a great adventure i will never forget. Hope to inspire you,

    René, Haarlem, The Netherlands
    Written 10 May 2018
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  • Steven S
    Pattaya, Thailand778 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    I say unique because you generally see natural arches on a larger scale around the world. Check the internet for low tide as that is the best time to visit and take some cool photos. Plus the small beach is nice for a refreshing swim. The location can be found on Google Maps.
    Written 30 November 2020
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  • Steven S
    Pattaya, Thailand778 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    A long beach, nothing special, a stretch of coastline left to nature. Nice for beach walks and a refreshing swim. Location is on Google Maps.
    Written 30 November 2020
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  • Steven S
    Pattaya, Thailand778 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    A very long walk out to the end. Most people go out on a bike. The multi storey tower at the end is solely for dugong spotting. I did not see any dugongs whilst I was there. I think you would have to be extremely lucky to see one. The local authorities clearly put a lot of money and time in to constructing this bridge but it's a pity they can't put similar effort in to cleaning up the plastic trash that litters the coastline around the island.
    Written 30 November 2020
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  • Queenbee
    London, UK85 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    This is a little shop next to the Ko mum sea beach restaurant five mins by motorbike from the pier /15 min walk.we brought a lamp in the shape of an elephant five yrs ago and it still works.This man and his family make lovely lamps, bowls , spoons , necklaces etc all from coconut.You can see a man file the shells into shapes on a machine.all reasonably priced.on this occassio. I brought a necklace , earrings , bowls.Wethen had dinner at their lovely restaurant “the Ko mook sea beach” next door.The food was delicious and reasonably priced.( restaurant is in a pretty garden facing the sea.we went about 4pm and watched the birds ( kites) flying above).definitely worth a visit at both places
    Written 22 December 2023
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  • soapyski
    Chicago, IL4 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    GO TO MORAKOT CAVE ON KOH MOOK!

    I have been to the birthplace of magic, and it is Morakot Cave, or as I like to call it "Where Gandalf and Dumbledore Were Wed." We don't have any pictures because you have to swim through a cave to reach the hidden beach, so you're going to have to google it to get a glimpse inside. Pirates used it use it to hide their plunder. They referred to it as ถ้ำโจร or "Booty Cave." We were in awe...and I might have busted my awe-meter for life.
    Written 20 November 2016
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