Koh Sichang (Ko Sichang) is a small picturesque island located on the east coast of the Gulf of Thailand. It is the closest island to Bangkok and yet it remains relatively undiscovered. The islanders are still friendly and some still live to a ripe old age as they go about their daily lives fishing and working in the various trades that revolve around shipping.
Koh Sichang is a charming relaxed historical island that will take you back in time and show you the real Thailand. It offers a rich diversity of experiences and sites to see minus cars, bars, neon signs, shopping malls and Mc Donalds.
Getting To Koh Sichang - Buses to Si Racha leave from the Eastern Bus Terminal (Ekamai) and Mochit Terminal every 30 minutes. - Also many buses including mini buses heading towards Pattaya will stop in Si Racha. - There is even a minibus that runs between Suvarnabhumi Airport and Sri Racha and takes approx 1.25 hours. - When you disembark in Si Racha take a tuk tuk or motorcycle taxi to Koh Loi Pier to catch the ferry. - Alternatively you can take a taxi from Bangkok straight to Koh Loi Pier which will take approximately one hour and twenty minutes - Or you can take a fleet of car and minivans running from the airport to Pattaya and the surrounding area to Koh Loi Pier to catch the ferry