Things to Do on Koh Mak
Guests wishing to enjoy a Thai massage, either on the beach or in their room, can do so right at the hotel (fee depends on the type, and the duration, of the massage). For guests wanting a massage right on the beach we have built a small Sala (a covered wooden deck) where you and your travel companion can receive Oil, Herbal Stamp, or regular Thai Massage treatments. We can also arrange, by appointment, massage service in the privacy of your own bungalow. For all things massage related, we work closely with our German wellness associates Asiense - Thai Massage and Wellness, located in Dortmund, Germany.
Motor scooters can be rented directly from the resort, and make for a great way to see the rest of Koh Mak island.
Diving & snorkel trips, and other boat excursions, can be booked directly through the resort.
Kayaks are also available for rent, and make for a great way to cruise across the calm waters to neigbouring beaches and islands.
The things we don't have are jet skis, banana boats and other noisy contraptions. You won’t find them at Ao Kao, or anywhere else on Koh Mak.
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We have snorkeling equipment available for guests to use. Please contact the Reception Counter.
For game lovers we have an outdoor football (foozball) table and a table tennis (ping pong) table, and a billiard table in the Good View Restaurant. We also have a volleyball net set up on the beach, a giant trampoline for the kids, a small soccer field, and a life-sized chess set over by the Sunset Beach Bar.
There’s free Wi-Fi internet available all-day at the Good View Restaurant, and a large selection of complimentary-to-use DVDs can be found in our on-site mini-market We also have a small lending library – in several languages – at the Good View Restaurant (and we’ll welcome any additional books that you don't want to carry home with you). Plus we have a few hammocks by the beach, perfect for stretching out and enjoying a good read.
There are hundreds and hundreds of coconut trees surrounding the resort, which make for great scenic walks, and last but not least there’s the beach and the ocean, both of which are open round-the-clock (last time we checked).