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On Chaweng Beach (and other beaches, I presume) you’ll find the now mandatory jet-bikes, para-gliding and banana rides. Based on our visit, these sports aren’t always on offer as sometimes the waves are too rough. I wanted to have a play on the jet-bikes but they weren’t there during our final week of the holiday. We also witnessed one para-glider manage to land on the roof of one of the beach bars so it’s obviously not as easy as it looked.
Written Jan 18, 2005
Sail Rock is a rock formation strutting out in the middle of the sea a bit north of Koh Samui and Koh Tao. The rock has been used as target practice by the Thai Navy (or so I've heard), but the underwater formations are what makes the spot unique. Sail Rock has a 'chimney', a vertical cave starting from appr. 5 m and ending at a depth of 18 m. The chimney is said to be guarded by a trigger fish, couldn't see it, though.
Written Sep 24, 2002
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