Connected by a small sandy corridor with Koh Poda, the profile of Chicken Island is one of the most noticeable forms of the entire coastline of Krabi. Indeed, Koh Kai takes its name from the chicken-shaped rock forming its southern tip. This opposite side of Koh Poda consists of cliffs that have a reasonably rocky profile, which guarantees a great photoshoot!
At low tide, you can walk across a sandbar from one island to the other, to visit two pleasant beaches surrounded by jade waters. Chicken Island is a part of Thale Waek (Separated Sea). The only snorkeling spot near this area located behind the Koh Poda. If you are lucky, you will spot parrotfish, tiger fish, clams, and tiger claws.