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Koh Tao Cabana Resort
Koh Tao

Koh Tao Cabana Resort is at the end of Sairee beach with a beautiful view over sandy beaches and beautiful sunsets. Here you will also find Rim Lae restaurant which is positioned under lush palm trees and overlooking the beach below.

Copyright: Jacques De Vos
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Resolution: 15096x7548
Taken: 04/02/2013
Uploaded: 01/04/2013
Updated: 01/09/2014
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Tags: beach; sunset; "koh tao"; paradise; palms; girls; sand; trees; island; tropics; thailand; tao; cabaña
  • Alexander Ploner almost 2 years ago
    I visited this beach a year ago. One of the most beautiful places in the world. Hope to be back there, soon.
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    Wikipedia:Ko Tao (also often Koh Tao, Thai: เกาะเต่า, Thai pronunciation: [kɔ̀ʔ tàw], lit. "Turtle Island") is an island in Thailand located near the western shore of the Gulf of Thailand. It covers an area of about 21 km². Administratively it forms a tambon within the district (Amphoe) Ko Pha Ngan of Surat Thani Province. As at end 2006 its official population is 1382 [1]. The main settlement is Ban Mae Hat.The economy of the island is almost exclusively centered around tourism, especially scuba diving.Ko Tao was named by its first settlers for the island's turtle-like geographic shape.[citation needed] Coincidentally, the island is an important breeding ground for Hawksbill turtles and Green turtles. Development of tourism has negatively impacted the health of these grounds but a breeding program organised in 2004 by the Royal Thai Navy and KT-DOC, a coalition of local scuba diving centres has reintroduced hundreds of juvenile turtles to the island's ecosystem.