The island of Koh Poda is one of the most visited in the Krabi archipelago. Long-tail boats take around 25 minutes to get there from Ao Nang, which is only six kilometers away. A return ticket costs around 300 baht per person; notice that if you travel alone, you must wait until the long-tail boat is fully loaded according to its capacity before departing.
It is every inch the lovely tropical escape, surrounded by palm and pine trees and nearly fully surrounded by a soft white sand beach. A coral reef with a diversity of aquatic life is about 20 meters off the shore. The island's alluring combination of superb snorkeling, scenery, and smooth sand attracts a lot of snorkelers and sea kayakers, but it's not too crowded.
The sea in Krabi, Thailand is different. It is not endless, and you can often see large and small islands in the distance; the sea near the island is green, then light blue, and then dark blue, gradually progressive. People feel very refreshed when they look at it. Think about it. Poda Island is a point of four island trips a day. It is also the largest island in the sea nearby. The island is shaped like an axe. The island has beautiful white sand beaches, blue waters and scuba diving corals, and the limestone terrain has caves.