Our Seafood-Obsessed Thai Island Holiday in Ko Sukon

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  1. Hii Thank you for sharing such a nice Post Thailand is the only Southeast Asian country that was never colonized by an European country.

  2. Tatum says:

    I would totally 1000% go on a mission like this for some amazing Thai food! Something about food makes us all do some crazy things haha. And for those prices, who wouldn’t do this!!

    • Teja says:

      Hahaha my friend would so agree! By the final stop, we were reminding him that we’re 7 people, not 17! We had leftovers to feed us the next day… but none wasted!

  3. Nerissa says:

    I love that the seafood is so fresh! Can’t wait to try it when I visit Thailand!

  4. Ana says:

    I am not the biggest fan of seafood.. maybe just fish, but I would visit Thailand for the beaches, the water and the beautiful views

  5. Lindsey says:

    I love seafood! And I love Thai food :) There is nothing like buying local seafood and taking it home to cook. I did something similar while was in a seaside town in Italy and it was the best clam spaghetti I have ever eaten.

  6. Leah says:

    Now, this is a mission I can get behind! I’d travel to Thailand just for the food myself. And bonus: the prices can’t be beaten!

  7. Lien says:

    I am going to Thailand next year and I am already craving for the variety of fresh fish dishes. After reading your post, I am reconsidering my Thailand itinerary while checking if I can fit in Ko Sukon…

    • Teja says:

      LOL It’s not very straightforward to get to Ko Sukon though… You can totally get good seafood across much of Thailand so the good news is that you don’t have to actually go here specifically if that’s what you’re after!

      But, if you want to go to a rural, quiet, non-touristy Thai island and interact with local people – yes, then go to Ko Sukon. :)

  8. Claudi says:

    To be honest I have never heard of Ko Sukon before. Since I love the Thai cuisine and seafood this is definitely a destination I would love to cross of my bucket list. Thanks for sharing.