Kaw Kwang and Klong Dao

Kaw Kwang and Klong Dao have very gently sloping sand and are thus popular with families -especially those with small children, though Kaw Kwang is so shallow that at low tide you have to walk quite far out to get to the water. In general all the beaches on Ko Lanta are very tidal, meaning the water recedes quite far out during low tide (twice every 24 hours) and can cover up all but a few meters of sand at high tide (also twice every 24 hours).

Most of the resorts on these beaches have swimming pools, which also makes them attractive to the package holiday tourists. As you approach the southern tip of Klong Dao, around Holiday Villa, the beach gets narrower and quite rocky.

Kaw Kwang and Klong Dao Photo Gallery

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