KOH CHANG THAILAND Koh Chang, which in Thai means the elephant island, also because of its shape, is the second largest island of Thailand after Phuket island. It located about 300 kilometers east of Bangkok in the province of Trat in the Gulf of Thailand, near the border with Cambodia. Koh Chang is part of the National Park Mu Ko Chang. Despite its increase in development and tourism in the last decade or so, he has kept its robust character. Koh Chang undoubtedly has a lot to offer and it's also very varied, presenting high hills and dense jungle and then remarkable coral reefs close to the fine sandy beaches. 70% of Koh Chang is covered with rain forests, mountains and beaches. The highest peak of the island is Khao Salak Phet, 743 meters, this island is rich of water and waterfall.