Explore Ko Mak, an ecologically-friendly destination in the east of the Gulf of Thailand, just 38 kilometers from the mainland. With an area of 14 square kilometers and 27 km of coastline, the island is home to 400 locals, 3 fishing villages, a market, a health center, and several small resorts. Moreover, Ko Mak has no pubs, bars with loud music at night, or liquor stores. In fact, the locals actively campaign for the use of less plastic and promote the recycling of plastic. Every Saturday, tourists are encouraged to join the Trash Hero initiative by collecting garbage from the beach. Furthermore, the island hosts an Expo & Race Day which provides a variety of eco-friendly activities, such as MuayTalay (a Boxing game), Tug of War, Kayaking, SUP boarding, Food gardening, Folk Song, Beach garbage collection, Tie Dye Making Workshop, and color painting for participants.