Historic Site in Ko Si Chang

Phra Chudadhut Palace

This former royal palace was used by Rama V (King Chulalongkorn) over the summer months, but was abandoned when the French briefly occupied the island in 1893. The main throne hall – a magnificent golden teak struct…
Buddhist Temple in Ko Si Chang

San Chao Pho Khao Yai

The most imposing sight on the island, this ornate dragon-infested temple dates back to the days when Chinese traders anchored in the sheltered waters. During New Year in February, the island is overrun with Chinese…
Buddhist Temple in Ko Si Chang

Wat Tham Yai Phrik

This Buddhist monastery is built around several meditation caves running into the island’s central limestone ridge and offers fine views from its hilltop chedi (stupa). Monks and mâa chee (nuns) from across Thailand…
Beach in Ko Si Chang

Hat Tham Phang

On the southwest side of the island, Hat Tham Phang is the only sandy beach on the island. You can hire kayaks and there's deckchair and umbrella rental. Snorkelling is possible around the northern section.