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Ko Kham, Ko Mak
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Ko Kham is a small island near Ko Mak, in Trat Province, Thailand.It can be reached with a sea kayak from Ko Mak or by walking during low tide. Ko Kham has nice places to snorkel, depending on the direction of wind. Especially the south beach has calm sea, a nice sand dune, black lava rocks with shells, and crabs (or crayfish or shellfish). Near rocks, you may see (or swim over) black sea urchins that have 15- radius and many thin black spines about 30- long. Locals say that the spines contain small needles and poison: if one touches the spines and is stuck by a needle, the needle should be crushed with a rock. The poison is only irritating and not lethal. In Thai, the name is hoi men (หอยเม่น).
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  • Ko Kham is a small island near Ko MAK is about 10 minutes by boat there are many stunning white sand beach. There is a hotel on the island. Have to pay 100 baht per person or more Islands (Exchange of drinking water on the island.) 10.30 am and off the island, island poek 16.00 hrs.
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  • It is a very weird place, on one hand its small island with molo and one "bar" where you ccan order some non alcoholic drinks on the other hand there are abadonded houses which look like from some fut...  more »
  • Accessible by canoe, boat or even swim if no untrained, remember 100 Bat for complimentary soft drink included! White beach crystal clear water, small Ref with many colorful fish! Lovely
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