Guest Relation & Tour guide
Free trips are arranged by The Spa Koh Chang Resort at least 5 days/week. The trips include local community tour, mangrove forest tour and shuttle service to beaches in Koh Chang. Our dear guests are welcome to join any trips. Ms. Mao, our guest relation is taking charged in these trips. She will be taking care of all the guests during the trips. Please check out the following schedule :)
White Sand Beach
Monday and Friday 12.00 pm. - 15.00 pm
White Sand Beach is the first beach that you reach after heading through Klong Son and over the steep hill. As you start to head down the hillside you’ll see the viewpoint with picture postcard panorama along the length of the beach and south towards the small islands that lie off the west coast of Koh Chang. It all looks very serene from up here.
On Friday only in high season.
Salakphet Lighthouse Located in the south east. Koh Chang with Ao Salakphet Ao Salak Phet is the most beautiful sunrise of Koh Chang. And it can also be seen as elephants. Ao Salakphet There is no beach to swim. But ... suitable for touching the villagers of Koh Chang who continue their fishing career. Salak Phet Bay is a gulf of Koh Chang. Surrounding both the island and the Gulf of Thailand, Salak Phet Bay is the best place to escape from the wind, storm or monsoon. This is a good evening.
Tuesday : 17.00 pm. - 18.00 pm
Wat Salak Phet Temple
Wednesday : 13.30 pm. - 14.30 pm
Wat Salak Phet is the most famous and most colorful Buddhist temple on Koh Chang island. Associated with his appearance in Salak Phet village to visit Koh Chang King Rama V more than 100 years ago, Wat Salak Phet historical and cultural landmark of the island.
This mangrove walkway is snaking concrete monster was built by the local authorities to allow lazy arsed folks the chance to take some photos of mangroves without making too much effort and is one of the unnatural wonders of south-east Koh Chang. The idea of the mangrove walkway is on the face of it an admirable one, to give visitors to the island the chance to explore a mangrove forest on foot via a walkway on stilts.