Koh Mak Island (aka Ko Mak) is part of Thailand's Trat Province (Ko Kut District) located approx 35 km (22 mi) from mainland Thailand. By land area (16 km2 / 6 mi2) Ko Mak is ranked Trat Province's 3rd largest - after Koh Chang (30 km to the northwest) and Koh Kood-Kut (20 km to the southeast). The island has population around 800, coastline 27 km (17 mi), long white-sand beaches, forested hills, temple, school, market, 2 clinics (1 general, 1 private), two villages - Baan Ao Nid (southeast) and Ban Laem Son (northwest). During low tide, Koh Mak and the nearby Koh Kham (approx 1 km to the northwest) become land-connected.
Ko Mak is flat and lined up with coconut plantations and mangrove trees. The island has numerous resorts (on the northwestern coast) and several camping sites for backpackers. Via rented sea-kayaks and speed boats, from Koh Mak can be accessed Koh Kham and Koh Phi - both popular as premium snorkelling and scuba diving destinations.
Koh Mak is very popular among domestic tourists as "Family Island" - lacking nightclubs and alcohol bars. The island has 4 large resorts (Seavana, Koh Mak, Lazy Day, Big Easy), also smaller resorts, guesthouses and camping sites with bungalows.
|Date / Time||Port|
|11 Apr||Departing from Koh Samui Island, Thailand|
|12 Apr||Koh Phangan Island, Thailand|
|13 Apr||Koh Wua Ta Lap Island, Thailand|
|14 Apr||Koh Tao Island, Thailand|
|15 Apr||Koh Thalu Island, Thailand|
|16 Apr||Pattaya, Thailand|
|17 Apr||Koh Samet Island, Thailand|
|18 Apr||Koh Mak Island, Thailand|
|19 Apr||Sihanoukville, Cambodia|
|20 Apr||Koh Rong Island, Cambodia|
|22 Apr||Arriving in Koh Samui Island, Thailand|
The 11-day roundtrip from Ko Samui was priced from USD 6600 per person.