Koh Sukorn Guide

Overview of Koh Sukorn

Koh Sukorn, also known as Pig Island, may be one of the least known islands in Trang province but if you’re imagining yourself lying on a hammock and hearing only the sounds of the sea while letting time pass, this will be the perfect place. There are very few tourists here so you will get to see and experience the local way of living.

This island is well-known for its delicious watermelons that are abundant during the months of March and April. If you want to tour yourself around the island and explore the rubberwood forests, rice fields, or beaches, bicycles and motorbikes can be rented from the resorts.

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