About Koh Kradan
Koh Chueak is a small island. The enclave of Ko Muk and Ko Kradan is 16 kilometers from the national park office and consists of two small islands next to each other. The island on the western side It has an area of approximately 0.08 square kilometers. The island on the east side It has an area of approximately 0.1 square kilometers. The highest point is 60 meters above mean sea level. It is an island that has a bird's nest concession. The forest condition is a humid evergreen forest. There are hard corals, soft corals, sea anemones, and sea fans alternating along the coastline. which has quite complete coral reefs.
Koh Waen is a small island. Located in the enclave of Koh Muk and Koh Kradan There are both shallow and deep water coral reefs surrounding the area. There are also shallow caves around Koh Chueak. where you can dive or take a boat under it at low tide to find a small sandy beach And bats fill the walls of the underwater cave. At the mouth of the cave is a collection of beautiful sea fans.