View of a beach on Ko Khram
|Elevation||219 m (719 ft)|
Ko Khram (เกาะคราม), also known as Ko Khram Yai, is an island in Bangkok Bay located about 24 km to the SSW of Pattaya. It is the largest of the eastern seaboard islands of Thailand and the largest island in the bay.
Ko Khram is thickly wooded and uninhabited. It has a length of 5.7 km and its maximum width is about 4 km. The island's coast is formed by rocky cliffs with white sandy beaches in between.
Ko Khram is separated from the shore by a 3.4 km wide sound. Both this island and the smaller islands and islets surrounding it, as well as the adjacent coast, are a military area belonging to the Royal Thai Navy base at Sattahip and are off limits for tourists. The island beaches are designated as sea turtle conservation areas.
Other islands of the Ko Khram group include the following, among some minor rocks and islets:
|Ko Khram Noi||เกาะครามน้อย||0.75 km north of Ko Khram's NE point|
|Ko I Ra||เกาะอีร้า||2.5 km southeast of Ko Khram's SE shore|||
|Ko Klet Kaeo||เกาะเกล็ดแก้ว||6.5 km northeast of Ko Khram's NE point,
close to the mainland shore
- Not part of the group, Ko Rin (เกาะริน) is an island farther offshore, 11 km to the NW of Ko Khram's northernmost point.
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