Share this page:

Koh Kood

Central Thailand
385 km from Bangkok
Province of Trat
Population : -
Thai prononciation : Go kut


Recomm. stay
2 jours minimum


General Information about Koh Kood

Close to the large island of Koh Chang in Trat Province, Koh Kood is still preserved from mass tourism. Here, you will find yourself in a almost untouched nature, with a few resorts and some shops and restaurants. There's no jet ski or other water sports, no elephant rides on Koh Kood. But you can go diving or snorkeling. There are some diving agencies on the island.
For sightseeing, Koh Kood has two waterfalls, two large banyan trees nestled in the deep forest and a huge structure with Buddha with viewpoint tower and plenty of undisturbed beaches to discover.
koh kood

Accommodations in Koh Kood

Find accommodation in Koh Kood

See all accommodations in Koh Kood

Practical information about Koh Kood

There are now 2 ATM's on the island.

How to ask in Thai to go to Koh Kood ?

I want to go to Koh Kood / Yak paï ti Go kut.
Where is Koh Kood ? / Go kut you ti naï ?

Weather & climate in Koh Kood

Koh Kood has a tropical monsoon climate with little variation in temperature throughout the year. Precipitation, on the other hand, varies considerably from season to season. Initially infrequent during the short dry season (December to January), they become rapidly torrential during the monsoon (from May to the end of October). February, March and November are months of transition during which, depending on the year, it can rain more or less.

The best time to come to Koh Kood is from December to March, with the driest months being December, January and February. From May to the end of October, it is better to choose another destination.

See weather forecast in Koh Kood

When to go to Koh Kood ?
transports thailande
Transports in Thailand
Type your departure city, your destination and the date of your trip.
Powered by 12Go Asia system
hotels thailande
Find accommodation in Thailand


celebrate chinese new year 2020 in thailand

We are one week away from Chinese New Year (January 25th, 2020) and despite a lot of mail and detailed information requests from various Tourist Offices in several cities, I unfortunately did not get all the details that I would have liked...

Read post