(Gluay Teun Bay)
Observed once by passing ships, the lighthouse is now unused
and today provides a reference for dive boats and longtails to locate an area where divers and snorkellers can still visit the peaceful waters and pristine aquatic flora and fauna of the bay.
n the past, the road to Lighthouse Bay stopped at a partly built resort about 200 metres before the sea, and you would need to continue climbing down the rocky hill. From here, you also required to swim for another few hundred metres to the snorkelling point. Recently, alternative access has been made through a hidden hiking trail which is the only path that takes you right to the beach and even continues to the tower. You may be interested in joining our guided hiking tours
to the lighthouse tower or other of Koh Tao’s remote and stunning destinations such as Grape Viewpoint and Mao Bay. Click here
for more information.
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