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Category : Beaches & Bay

Ao Bo Mao BayAo Bo Mao Bay is a half-moon curving beach. In low tide, it reveals the wide flat beach stretching far. Every evening, villagers are combing on the beach to collect crabs and shellfish.The bay is located in Chumkho sub-district, 10km. from Pa Thew district. In the past,Ao Bo Mao was deserted and no dwelling, but abundant with nature and marine creatures. Nonnative villagers enjoy fishing here and digging for freshwater under Cha Mao Yai tree, thereby the name Bo Mao.By the sea, the beach is shaded with pine trees. Many restaurants and fishing boats are on service. At the end of the bay is a big rock court called LaemThaen stretching out into the sea.  From this point, you can see the wide view and the whole bay clearly. In high tide, the clear water is perfect for strolling on the beach and swimming. Moreover, it is easy to see the small island called KohKhai.Upfront of the island is the white sand cape, forcing the bay formation on the sides, right and left. The fine sand is soft, clean and serene. Dead corals are gathering on the sand, inducing the eggshell color. The left bay offering round and small rocks, clear water and school of fish, villagers like to fish here. When arrived at Bo Mao Bay, hire a local boat at Thalay Thong Seafood restaurant. It takes about 25 minutes from Bo Mao Bay to KohKhai by boat.  The white sand beach upfront is perfect for swimming. Only 50-meter away following the buoy line, travelers can appreciate the shallow water corals including plate-like corals, brain-like corals. The varying fish including cartoon fish, parrot fish, sea horse and squid are all around. The tall cliffs in the rear are the scuba diving spot to enjoy colorful corals as beautiful as found at KohNgamNoi and KohNgamYai. KohKhai offers its beauty both ashore and underwater to travelers. Especially the shallow water corals, it is as stunning as found at KohLawa and Koh Lang KaJiew. The high season is during March-May 

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