We enjoyed the boat ride over to the island and it's a nice place if you can get over all of the trash strewn everywhere on the beaches, around the bungalows, etc (but that's Cambodia). The restaurants on the beach all seem to be connected as we ordered lunch there and they had to get some food from another location. Service was typically bad and slow--lunch took us almost two hours. The beach is good, with plenty of shade and places to relax. Two of us did the hike around the island on the trail. They'll tell you that it's 2.5 hours, but a reasonable hiker could do it much quicker. It took us 1:15. Be careful, though, as the trail is overgrown in many areas and the thorns will tear you apart if you're not wearing decent protective clothes and shoes. It was nice, though, to get away and see some fishing villages around the island.
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