Koh Sichang Fisherman Community and Historic Island
Koh Sichang is a small fishing community situated on an island approximately 12km off of the coast of Si Racha. The island makes a refreshing change for travelers looking for a more peaceful retreat and wishing to get away from the glaring sights and sounds of Pattaya and Bangkok. The landscape is rugged and mostly deserted with some sandy beaches.
Koh Si Chang covers an area of 18 square kilometers. It is a large island with an old fisherman community. Koh Si Chang is quite a peaceful island with many various attractions, such as temples called Wat Assadang Nimit and Wat Chuta Tid, Chao Por Khao Yai Shrine, Buddha Bard (or Lord Buddha’s Footprint), and a cave called Tham Chakkapong. Moreover, travelers could also visit natural attractions in the west, like Chong Khao Khad and Haad Tham Phang, as well as enjoy swimming, fishing and watching sunset.
Resort and guest house
Market and beach visit, Vimarn Mek Palace.
All year round
There is a ferry that departs every hour from 07.00 – 20.00 from Koh Loy Pier. Koh si chang Location : Amphoe Koh Si Chang, around 11 kilometers away from the land at Si Racha. The journey takes around 45 minutes.To get there : Board the passenger boat at Charin Port near Koh Loy in Si Racha. The boat leaves every hour from 07.00 am-6.00 pm. The fee is 30 Bath.