This small island in the Andaman Sea remains an untouched jewel. Settled by fishing and rubber harvesting communities that still thrive today, Koh Bulon attracts those who like a quiet, simple break from modern life. The best time to visit Koh Bulon is between November and May. Most hotels close from June to October for monsoon season.
Incredibly laid back and peaceful, the inhabited eastern half of the island can be explored on foot in less than half an hour. The western half is covered in thick jungle apart from Sabai Jai Bay, which can only be reached by boat. There are no ATMs and WiFi is limited to a few hotels. Most places do not provide electricity during the day. Information boards dotted around the island teach you about local traditions as well as help you navigate the main beaches.