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Byline: The Nation.
Koh Chang on the Gulf of Thailand caters to all with its mountains, wildlife, underwater attractions, beaches, culture and tasty cuisine.
Once the domain of backpackers, it's gradually moved upmarket, particularly since the opening of Trat Airport in 2003, with fancier hotels and lots of luxurious guesthouses.
Koh Chang nevertheless retains a reasonable mix of budget and posh tourism. The variety of accommodation runs from Bt300-a-night beachfront bungalows to Bt10,000 suites in five-star hotels.
In between is the Amari Emerald Cove on bustling Klong Prao Beach, where you can …