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Wedding Island at Ao Nang Krabi
Thailand
Koh Tap (also written Koh Tub) and Koh Mor are two tiny islands sandwiched between Koh Kai (Chicken Island) and Koh Poda. There is a sandbar linking Koh Tap to Koh Mor and Koh Kai, but this can only be used when the tide is very low. Koh Tap and Koh Mor attracts a lot of visitors to enjoy the sea which is crystal clear. The sea around these two islands offer good snorkelling, with an abundance of tropical fish in a multitude of hues. Many tourist boats stopover at Koh Tap so that visitors can have a feel of the islands with its sand bank that allows them to explore the sea while keeping their feet firmly on solid ground.
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上传: 28/07/2010
更新: 25/08/2014
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