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Koh Mak Activities

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Diving / Snorkeling:

We highly recommend “Koh Mak Divers”. Book your diving course. for dive or snorkeling trip with us^(kohmakguide.com) and receive a 5% discount and free shuttle round trip to the dive school.

  

Fun Dives

2 Fun Dives / 1 Day : 2.500 baht
4 Fun Dives / 2 Days : 4.750 baht
6 Fun Dives / 3 Days : 7.050 baht
8 Fun Dives / 4 Days : 9.200 baht
10 Fun Dives / 5 Days : 11.250 baht
1 Nightdive: 1.800 baht (min. 2 divers)
2 Wreck Dives / 1 Day : 3.500 baht

Get Refreshed

PADI Scuba Review / Tune-up : 2.800 baht

Get Certified

PADI Scuba Diver:

9.500 baht
Diver: pen Water Diver : 13.500 baht
PADI Advanced Open Water Diver : 12.500 baht
PADI Rescue Diver : 13.500 baht
PADI Divemaster : 40.000 baht or let’s talk!
PADI Open Water & Advanced : 24.000 baht

Get Introduced

PADI Bubblemaker(min. age 8) : 1.800 baht
PADI Discover Scuba Diving (min. age 10) : 3.500 baht

Snorkeling

Day Trip (3 Spots) : 790 baht
Child (under 12 years) : 350 baht

Swimming:

You can swim from the beaches, and some skilled swimmers can even swim from island to island (Koh Mak to Koh Kham or Koh Rayang)

  

Kayak

Some resorts like Koh Mak Resort and Ban Koh Mak rent out Kayaks. You can easily take a kayak to Koh Rayang or Koh Kham (about 1km distance) The price starts from 200 Baht per hour.

Yoga

Join our Yoga classes for just 150 Baht (our guest special prices) per session in our own mini-gym or at one of our partner hotels.

Tennis

  

Ao Kao Resort has two tennis-courts ( indoor and outdoor )  – please bring your own equipment and ask for bookings at the reception of Ao Kao Resort

Mountain Biking:

There are several places where you can rent out mountain-bikes for 150 Baht per day. Koh Mak is very good for bicycles and you can explore the entire island with the bikes. About 50% of the island-roads are already paved.

Thai Cooking Class:
      

Smile Thai Cooking School organizes classes. The School is located at Ban Ao Nid, near the Ao Nid Pier, Koh Mak. You can also book (in advance) individual Thai-cooking classes with some resorts. Please book with us for free pick-up service from your hotel.

Motorbike rental:

Almost every resort rents out motorbikes. They are more expensive,  then you are probably used to from other destinations (300-400 Baht per day on Koh Mak). The roads are quite safe. Help us to keep it this way, and don’t drive too fast. Be careful in the rainy-season and watch out for the only steep road on the island, between Ao Kao Beach and Ao Suan Yai Beach. The gasoline is a little more expensive than on the mainland (45 Baht per liter).

Shopping:

There are no big shopping places on the island. But there is the “Island Shop” near Island Hut Resort, where you can buy some clothes and sunglasses. About 12 convenient shops are on the island as well, where you can get everything, what you need for daily life. Since 2010, there is a tiny hardware shop. If you really want to buy souvenirs, the next place would be Bang Bao Pier on Koh Chang or better wait for your next trip to Bangkok.

If you have time enough, you can plan a two-day trip (one night in Trat or better Chanthaburi) if you need to go shopping urgently.

This is the best place on the island (maybe the only place) where you can find sunglasses, clothes or even some gifts made in Thailand “Island Shop”:

One of 7 shops on Koh Mak

Pom-Shop: one of 12 shops on Koh Mak

Island Shop on Koh Mak: for cloth and other things

Jogging:

You can go jogging almost all way around the island. The best time for running is in the morning between 6.15 and 7.30 or 17.00 to 18.30 in the evening.

Island Tour:

Some resorts organize a tour around the island. The common sights are Ao Nid Pier, rubber plantations, a local museum, the Koh Mak Temple, some resorts and two viewpoints.

coconut plantage koh mak

Island Hopping:

You can also plan day-trips to Koh Wai, Koh Kood, Koh Kradat, Koh Kham or Koh Rayang in the high season

Massage:

Most of the resorts offer places where you can get classical Thai-massages. Starts from 300 Baht per hour.  There are also massage places along the beach-road and some have their base right at the beach. The Good Time Resort has the only spa-facility with a/c. This is recommended if the weather is too hot or wet. Please don’t expect a luxury spa or “modern” spa which you might find in Bangkok or Phuket.