Ko Ngai is an uninhabited, resort-centric island located in the Krabi Province of southern Thailand. This tiny expanse of white sand beaches and crystal seas measures 4 kilometres in length and 2 kilometres in width. Ko Ngai boasts equally appealing landscapes of mountains, tropical forests, rocky cliff lines, and sandy beaches, attributing to a perfect natural tourist getaway from the busy metropolitan scenes.
Things to do in Ko Ngai include trekking through its unspoilt jungles, swimming and sunning on the many white sand beaches, and kayaking the coastline. There are opportune snorkelling opportunities throughout the region and plenty of dining and drinking locations, a few favourites being the CoCo Cottage, Talay Lounge Restaurant, and Ko Ngai Seafood.
Transportation to Ko Ngai is quickest by ferry or boat routing out of Trang on the Southern Andaman Coast. There are no roads across Ko Ngai and only one footpath that links between the popular beaches. Transit around the island is restricted to walking or boating.
Although the island of Ko Ngai typically persists within the Ko Lanta District of Krabi, it is situated closer to the Park Meng Pier of the Trang province, which provides more convenient access for tourists.
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