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22 April 2014 :: 09:04:12 am 84744

Koh-Chang’s Tourism is Still Booming

Koh-Chang’s tourism is still booming after Song Kran festival. It’s expected that a lot of tourists will still visit until Labour Day.
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Reporters revealed that there were hundreds of cars that had queued at the ferry quay to Koh-Chang island during the weekend of (19-20 April) even though Song Kran festival had finished. There are still many interesting places to visit such as Na-Had sea view resort, Ban Kai-Bae, Koh Mun Nok, Koh Mun Nai. These places can attract lots of tourists especially Koh Mun Nai when there is a low tide people can walk across to it Both Thais and foreign tourists also like to go to view point and take photos.

Klong Plu waterfall is also an interesting place which tourists like to go although the water flow is low at this time of the year. Mr Chalong Phanthunakhin-the chief officer of Klong PLu waterfall- had ordered the replacement of the old pontoons with new ones to ensure the safety of tourists during high water levels. He said that a foreigner had died in the waterfall some years ago. He added that tourists like to go Klong Plu waterfall during hot weather. During Song Kran festival there were 1,000 tourists per day and 500 tourists per day after Song Kran. However they need to replace the pontoons which were damaged in order to prevent tourists sliding off. It’s expected that the water level will rise in the middle of May.

Also some tourists like to go on elephant rides around the forest because there are many paths around island. This business has continuously grown because foreigners love elephant rides. In addition Koh-Chang beach is also a famous tourist attraction. Mr Phera Eium-Sunthorn-Koh-Chang island sheriff- said that there are a lot of tourists up until labour day . After that Koh-Chang’s low-season will come in May. However the tourists can travel on Koh-Chang the whole year.

Photo : Internet   Category : Tourism News

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