Koh Klum is completely uninhabited and welcomes you with cliffs that reach the water’s edge. You can find a sandy spit or two at low tide and a pleasant, rocky beach in the south. On your trip to Koh Chang, you will come across several islands nearby. Koh Klum Island lies approximately 7 km south of the fishing hamlet of Bang Bao. Being uninhibited, the locals prefer to venture nearby for fishing. If you are into angling, the island will not disappoint you. Among the other things to do is snorkeling. There are different spots around the island to enjoy snorkeling and check out the coral reefs and marine life.