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Introducing Ko Muk

Motoring into Ko Muk is unforgettable whether you land on the sugary white sand bar of Hat Sivalai or spectacular Hat Farang (aka Hat Sai Yao, aka Charlie’s Beach) where jade water kisses a perfect beach. Unfortunately, the lodging options aren’t tremendous, and there’s a steady stream of Speedo-clad package tourists tramping the beach and even more in the speedboats that buzz to Tham Morakot (Emerald Cave) from Ko Lanta. Still, the west-coast sunsets are glorious, it’s easy to hop from here to any and every island in the province, and you may be shocked to feel Ko Muk’s topography stir something deep and wild in your primordial soul.