An original Koh Tao's atmosphere

Cape Je Ta Kang, Koh Tao

Cape Je Ta Kang is a small, secluded cape on the southwest, nestled between two beaches. It offers a quiet and laid-back atmosphere, capturing the original island feel.

Cape Je Ta Kang southern beach, Koh Tao
Cape Je Ta Kang is an excellent snorkeling point of Koh Tao, and a good tip is to swim around the cape from one beach to the other as you might see some interesting marine life such as harlequin sweetlips, orange spine unicorn fish, green turtles, hawksbill turtles and Polka dot nudibranch (Jorunna funebris) laying eggs. In the evenings, the cape is also a great place to see the sunset.

The two resorts, such as Tao Thong Villa I, are small, family-run places with simple bungalows, restaurants and facilities. This is a great hideaway if you want somewhere peaceful and out of the way.

From here, you can visit a couple of other beautiful beaches within walking or swimming distance. Go north to Sai Nuan Beach or south to June Juea Bay. Both are quiet and pristine areas. Walk to June Juea using a small trail from Tao Thong 2 Villa to avoid traffic on the main concrete road.

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The cape is a great hideaway if you want somewhere peaceful.


Hotels in Koh Tao Southwest Coast

A small, very isolated cape with two small beaches on opposite sides. A great place to get away from it all and unwind in a serene and unspoiled natural environment. Usually very quiet with few visitors…


Road access
A very steep concrete road leads to Cape Je Ta Kang. Alternatively, you can take a leisurely walk from the south of Mae Haad Bay through Jansom Bay and Sai Nuan Beach, or from the west of Chalok Baan Kao Bay through June Juea Bay.