The are no Seven Elevens on Ko Kut and only one ATM. So if you are looking for a remote destination with immaculate white-sand beaches and crystal clear water in Thailand, this is it.
The island lies to the south of better known Ko Chang and Ko Maak. It mountainous, covered with indigenous jungle and some rubber plantations. The beaches skirt the west and south of the island where one finds the resorts, bungalows and hotels. In a class of it’s own is the Soneva Kiri.
Then there is Bann Makok. It is a special place with rooms set among the mangroves on a river that flows from a waterfall to the sea which is ten minutes away by kayak.
It is an eco-tourism destination.
The eight rooms have each been individually designed and built from reclaimed wood around the restaurant, library and massage sala. Water & electricity are self-generated.