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Geography Of Koh Samui

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Found just 35 kilometers northwest of the terrain, Koh Samui is a standout amongst the most imperative islands of the Chumphon Archipelago in the Gulf of Thailand. It is encompassed by around sixty different islands, which together create the Ang Thong Marine National Park (Mu Koh Ang Thong National Park) and incorporate numerous other mainstream traveler goals, including, Koh Phangan, Koh Tao and Koh Nang Yuan. Koh Samui is spread across 247 km with its widest point measuring 25 km.

Most occupants live along the drift in light of the fact that at the focal point of the island is an extremely thick uneven wilderness. The most elevated point on the island is Khao Pom, which is 635 meters. Nathon is the island's real port. 

The focal piece of the island is a practically appalling tropical wilderness with the most astounding mountain called Khao Pom, topping at 635 m. The mountain zones nearer to the towns are regularly additionally utilized for ranches. The island has a couple of unique springs with waterways streaming throughout the entire year. A few cascades can be found on Samui. However, most waterways and falls will be dry amid the hot season and streaming amid and after the drizzling season. 

 

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