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The northern part of the island is locally known as "Ko Pu" whilst the southern part, and the actual name of the island itself, is called Koh Jum. Although some consider the island remote it really is not. Koh Jum is easily accessible from Krabi and there are daily long-tail taxi boats going to and from to the main land Krabi. There is nowadays also twenty-four hour electricity on the island (which some remote places won't have in Thailand) and Koh Jum is located just before Koh Lanta so in essence it is about half the time to travel to Koh Jum from Krabi then it is to Koh Lanta.
Whilst neighbouring Koh Lanta and Koh Phi Phi have been invaded by mass-tourism, Koh Jum's local communities managed to preserve the island, its culture and its natural surroundings. Koh Jum is really the last great place for those seeking what Thai beach life was all about several decades ago.