Thai-Chinese Buddhist temple can be found on Ko Loi, a small rocky island connected to the mainland by a long jetty at the northern end...
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Ko Loi Seafood Stalls
Perched on the Ko Loi jetty, these humble spots specialise in fresh seafood. There is no English menu, so just point and pick.
Ko Loi information
Lonely Planet review
This small rocky island is connected to the mainland by a long jetty at the northern end of Si Racha’s waterfront and lauded as a local highlight. It has a festival atmosphere centred around a Thai-Chinese temple , decorated by a couple of giant ponds with turtles of every size, from tiny hatchlings to seen-it-all-before seniors. This is also where you can catch the boat to Ko Si Chang.