Dubbed by some as 'Cat Island' for its number of feline members, the Muslim community charms visitors with its simple yet cuturally rich way of life. Taste the famed Sangyod Rice and learn about how the locals grow them on land in the middle of the sea. Better yet, try cracking rice shells the oldschool way and even plant some (only available once a year during October). Light chasers will also fall in love with Koh Klang's coastal sunset, where a panoramic view of islands gradually turns golden before dark. As Southern Thailand is famous for its tie-dye craftsmanship, Koh Klang also lets visitors learn how to make one using locally-sourced plants. The best part is its fresh seafood, authentic chewy Roti and mellow Thai milk tea.