Ko Kood: Sale of a 140 square rai plot of land on the island of Ko
Kood. Ko Kood is the second largest island to Ko Chang, and the fourth largest
in Thailand after Ko Samui. Ko Kood is the
last Island in the Trat Sea Waters. The island covers an area of 129 square
kilometres, 25 kilometres in length and 12 kilometres in width with a population
of approximately 1,566.The plot is situated in a prime location with a 350-meter
white sand private beachfront and a 400-metre coral front view. The waters are
very clear with beautiful coral and fish.
The land has not been previously used and it is still as nature planned it. The title deed is Nor Sor 3 Gor and planning permission is available for the construction of a resort, hotel or private houses etc.Ko Kood is easily accessible with a 1-hour boat trip from Trat Province, where the new internal airport is now being constructed
KOH TAO: GULF OF THAILAND
Aou Mao Bay in the East side of Kao Tao. No development allowed. 45 minutes by speedboat north of Samui 1 hour 40min to Chumphon--airport. Undisturbed island retreat, Crystal clear water, coral reefs & marine life. Tourists 9 months of the year with flora forest & marine granite stone monuments. The French owner is selling the lease only:
Lease price: 6.5 rai= 5.500.000 baht negotiable & 58 rai = 29.000.000 baht
93,000m2 (58 Rai) 400 metres long sea frontage with coral reef & tropical fauna.
The surface is covered with anemones and their attendant Pink Clown Fishes.
Large shoals of Great and Cheveron Barracuda, schools of Trevally, Batfish
and large Groupers are commonly spotted.
White Eyed Moray and Blue Spotted Sting Rays are commonly sighted, as well as the infamous Trigger Fish. Several species of Barracuda routinely visit the site, it is particularly impressive to see them hunting on night dives, following divers torch beams to spot their dinner. Night diving also unveils many different kinds of Feather Stars, hunting Cone Shell, feeding Sting Rays, Black Spotted Porcupine fish, sleeping Parrot fish and Monocle Beam fish. You may also be lucky enough to spot a Hawksbill Turtle.
Enjoy a huge variety of corals, sea whips and Gorgonian Sea Fans covering the multiple pinnacles. Some of the most usual marine life includes Blue Spotted Sting Rays, Scribbled Filefish, Harlequin Sweetlips, Starry Pufferfish, various Groupers and Titan Triggerfish that sometimes like nibbling the fins of divers who get too close to their nesting site.
Along the lower edges of the site is an abundance of whip coral and gardens of large sea fans. Impressive Baracudas over a meter long can be seen, as well as massive Groupers, schools of black spotted Snappers, Emperors, Sweetlips and Batfish. Not to forget that Manta Rays and Whale sharks as well as Leopard Sharks may also pass by.
The unusual symbiotic relationship of Goby fishes and their blind Shrimp house mates. Twins offers the chance to spot large Groupers, Blue Ringed Angelfish, Yellow Racoon Butterfly fish, Parrots and Wrasses of many kinds. Not to forget “Mork and Mindy”, a friendly pair of the uncommon Saddleback Clownfish, and enjoy your safety stop surrounded by hundreds of Yellow Tail Barracudas.
These sites also offer the chance of encountering Banded Sea Snakes, Unicorn Surgeon fish, Parrot fish and the occasional passing Black Tip Reef Shark.
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