Arrived from satun ferry pier about 45mins from main land, no other tourist around on island beautiful sandy beach and stunning views looking to the surronding islands.
National park is thankfully keeping the package holiday makers away, as there are no hotels or bars.
Accomation are wood bungalows to rent at cheap price or can rent a tent and have it next to the sea.
Bungalows have no working AC but have a fan toilet and shower which are all basic but work fine.
Power gets switched off around 11pm so prepare yourself for a sticky night, as the bungalows are set well back from the beach and don't get much of a breeze.
If I stayed again I would rent a tent and stay on the beach with the cool breeze.
There is an on site resturant with friendly staff good food hot and cold drinks and beer.
Around site is a wooded area on the beach front, a walk to a view point to look over the island a lagoon to visit by kayak.
Wildlife is good here monkeys wild bore many species of birds including hornbills.
It's a must visit, but don't go on a weekend it's a speed boat tour stop point and is really really busy.
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