Koh Takiev is an huge island with numerous beautiful beaches where you will be totally alone.
The two long, beautiful fine sand beaches, each a kilometre in length, look like two bows on each side of the rocky headland. Often golden eagles are spotted. These beaches are the pride of the island which also includes a charming additional beach with 360 m of amber sand.
To the south of the centre of the island is a water body shaded by trees.
In the 30-40 m peak hills are found hillside forests.
The ‘open sea’ beach to the south-west (800 m) faces the sea to the sunset.
The south-east beach (1 km) is called ‘ivory’ in reference to the colour of its sand. It faces the sunrise with a clear view of the sea.
The eastern beach (360 m) is called ‘amber’. It is close to the jetty and the fishing village, overlooking the sea, the Phu Quoc (Vietnam) islands and Ream national park.