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A enormous variety of Ko Tao.

KOH MAA

Koh Phangan clans reacted rapidly to fulfill all the very first In 1947, Khun A-Paiwong, Thailands Prime Minister at the time, asked for & received a royal pardon for the islands inmates and thanks to a affable act by His Majesty the King. They were repatriated and moved to Suratthani on the mainland and the island was deserted yet again. This was in the same year that the initial people started to claim a large piece of terrain on what is at this time known as Sai Ree Beach. These were the twin brothers Khun Ueam and Khun Oh who reached KoTao by a boat from the next island of Koh Phangan. Kohtao is fullof natural beachesand waterfalls. Without doubt, Ko Taohas some of most beautiful beachesanywhere in the country. KoTao now has 24 hour electricity on the island too and finally they have had a water reservoir built to make sure that even in the dryest periods there is enough water for all.

Koh Samui. Surrounded by pure clear waters, Kho Koh Tao still being under Royal Patronage, plots of land were claimed, and cleared for coconut plantations. You will still see plenty of evidence of the large plantations all over the island.

Koh Tao you can see typical picture-postcard views of March is All through the last 13 years Ko Toa has transformed in many ways as it strived to become one of the main dive destinations in Southeast Asia, drawing all levels of water lovers and divers alike. And yes, you can still snorkel with sharks, and perhaps the odd turtle too, just check out our web site for all the local dive shops available. KoToa's status broadened and briskly improved as it extensively became known throughout the world through international travellers and adventurous visitors. Despite Koh Tao still being under Royal Patronage, plots of land were claimed, and cleared for coconut plantations. You can still see loads of evidence of the large coconut plantations all over the island.