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Koh Mook, Thailand – The Ultimate Travel Guide (2022)

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Everything you need to know about travelling to Koh Mook, Thailand.

We’ve been lucky enough to spend almost a year travelling around Thailand, from the island paradises in the south to the mountains in the north, and it’s honestly one of our favourite countries.

The diversity of the landscapes, the deliciousness of the food, and of course the warm smiles and kind nature of the local people all make it a place that keeps us wanting to return to again and again.

From Chiang Mai to Bangkok, Koh Lanta to Tonsai, everywhere we went we immediately fell in love with.

It’s all too easy though to keep going back to the same places, which is why on our most recent trip we visited somewhere we’d never been to before – Koh Mook, Thailand.

Also known as Koh Muk, this stunning island paradise in the Andaman Sea is far less touristy than its neighbours such as Koh Phi Phi and Phuket, and that is what makes it so special.

With postcard-perfect beaches, dense jungle, limestone cliffs and even caves to explore, it’s the kind of place you come for a day and end up staying a week.

If you’re wondering what to do, where to stay and which restaurant to eat at, let our Koh Mook travel guide make your trip that much easier!

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Golden hour at Koh Mook, Thailand.

Top 10 Things to Do in Koh Mook, Thailand

For such a small island, there are quite a few awesome things to do in Koh Mook that will keep you entertained for a couple of days at least.

After countless visits to the country, this island has now become one of our favourite places to visit in Thailand.

You can be as active, or as chill, as you want here. Whether you’re keen on exploring some epic caves or prefer to kick back on the sand with a beer in your hand, here’s our list of what to do in Koh Mook, Thailand.

Watch the Sunset at Charlie’s Beach

The western side of the island has one gorgeous beach called Haad Farang, better known as Charlie’s Beach, and it’s a perfect spot to watch the sunset.

The beach is surrounded by jungle behind it and huge cliffs on either side, giving it a dramatic atmosphere.

There’s a great restaurant on the left side of the beach that is a brilliant spot to grab a few beers and dinner as the sun sets, and the rocks beneath it are a lot of fun to climb around.

A few accommodation options had been built right on the beach but were eventually abandoned, however, there are some other places close by to…

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