Mohammed Saad was an enthusiatic, knowledgable and personable guide. Not only did we learn,but his enthusiasm was contagious!
- Kristiana H.
Ko Kut is a district of Trat Province, eastern Thailand, consisting of a group of islands. With a population of about 2000 it is the district with the lowest population of all Thailand. It is a major island ringed by sleepy seaside villages and coconut plantation. It is about one hour from the mainland by speedboat. Monsoons that arrive between May and July signal the advent of the rainy season, which lasts into October. November and December mark the onset of the dry season and night temperatures on high ground can occasionally drop to a light frost. Temperatures begin to climb in January, and a hot sun parches the landscape
(Bangkok, Ko Kut)
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