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Koh Toa and when improved and bays.

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Koh Samui. And yes, you can still snorkel with sharks, and perhaps the odd turtle too, just check out our web site for all the local dive shops available. Local farmers and fishermen quickly realised that major business people from other places were creating their island to accommodate to the needs of all these new customers and they also, immediately started to open their own businesses to fulfill all the clienteles demands. The island of Kohtao is one of Thailand's interesting tropical paradise. Blessed with golden beachesand hidden bays, visitors from many different countries come back year after year to soak up the unique feeling of the island.

Koh Toa by pure clear waters Koh Tao's reputation increased and The given name Ko Toa means Turtle Island; many say that the designation is due to the islands shape which is meant to appear to be an upturned turtle while others claim it is from the day's when the water surrounding the island was their breeding spot. A culture shock to most people, but generally the island reacted with a passion to these new visitors, over the following months much change had taken place, new resorts, with more facilities, a new array of restaurantsoffering cuisine from all over the globe. This was the same year that the first settlers laid claim to a large part of land on which is now known as Sairee Beach. Kohtao is a amazing paradisewith a lot of shaddy palms and crystal clear turquoise waters.

Koh Tao. Consequently, as its reputation for fabulous nature, unique marinelife and beautiful landscapes grew, better access was made available as soon as better constructed were brought in to handle the number of back packers being attracted to the island. The early 80's brought to Koh Tao some of the first travellers from Koh Phangan who were looking for something new away from the crowds & masses who were going nuts for the full moon parties on Ko Phangan. A culture shock to most people, but generally the island reacted with a passion to these new visitors, over the following months much change had taken place, new resorts, with more facilities, a new array of restaurantsoffering different food from all over the globe. This was the same year that the very first settlers laid claim to a large part of land on what is now known as Sairee Beach.