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==Get in==
 
==Get in==
Koh Bon is 47km from the mainland and at least 20km from the next nearest islands, which are also uninhabited. The only way to travel to Koh Bon is on a diving or snorkel boat that offers day trips or liveaboard cruises. There are no public ferries. A speedboat ride from Tab Lamu Pier takes at least one hour.
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It is accessible in just 10 minutes by boat from [[Rawai]] or [[Laem Ka]].  You can also charter a longtail from most of Phuket's main beaches.
  
 
==Get around==
 
==Get around==
  
 
==See==
 
==See==
Koh Bon is best known for its amazing underwater marine life. Manta Rays are often seen here, especially in March. There are two main diving areas, which are the ridge/bay (suitable for all levels of scuba diver) and Koh Bon Pinnacle, which is deep and prone to currents, and therefore only suitable for experienced scuba divers.
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Koh Bok is best known for its amazing underwater marine life. Manta Rays are often seen here, especially in March. There are two main diving areas, which are the ridge/bay (suitable for all levels of scuba diver) and Koh Bon Pinnacle, which is deep and prone to currents, and therefore only suitable for experienced scuba divers.
  
 
The island has no beach, and is most-commonly visited by scuba diving liveaboard boats which off Similan diving tours from Khao Lak or Phuket. It's also suitable for one-day tours for scuba diving, but only from Khao Lak. Snorkelling at Koh Bon is possible, but snorkellers are more likely to enjoy the Similan Islands.
 
The island has no beach, and is most-commonly visited by scuba diving liveaboard boats which off Similan diving tours from Khao Lak or Phuket. It's also suitable for one-day tours for scuba diving, but only from Khao Lak. Snorkelling at Koh Bon is possible, but snorkellers are more likely to enjoy the Similan Islands.
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==Drink==
 
==Drink==
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Stay for cocktails in the late afternoon and watch the sun go down at Laem Phrom Thep.
  
There are no restaurants, shops or bars on Koh Bon.
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There is no accommodation on Koh Bon.
 
Some sneaky companies suggest that there is, by pasting their name but not their website url.
 
Some sneaky companies suggest that there is, by pasting their name but not their website url.
  

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