Koh Libong is the largest Island in the Andaman Sea on the coast of Trang with an area of 25,000 acre. Most of the locals are mostly Muslims. People still live a simple lifestyle and engaged in fishery and plantations otherwise known as PARA Rubbers by the locals.
Koh Libong (Land of Sea Birds) is a place full of natural resources. Around the island grows sea grass which the Dugong feeds on. The Dugongs are on the verge of extinction. In view of this, Koh Libong was declared non-hunting area. There are also numerous seabirds, mangrove birds and migratory birds which are also protected.
Koh Libong is also a great destination because of its many capes and natural beaches such as Had Tup, Laem Chu Hoi, Laem Thuat, Laem To Chai, and Had Yaka.