This island is rarely referred to by it’s real name, as it is linked by a footbridge to the larger Koh Lao Ya and so considered to be part of Laoya. The island is relatively flat and has a footpath around it. Cross the bridge from the big island and enjoy a nice 10 minute walk. On the eastern side you will find a couple of small sandy beaches and some areas for snorkelling, there are rocks and some corals close to the shore. On the western side it is just a nondescript rocky shoreline.
Worth Visiting? Yes. In conjunction with Koh Lao Ya, as there is no point visiting one without walking across the bridge to the other.