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Sai Kaew Beach, Koh Samet, Rayong:
The sand is pure white and the strand is 780 metres in length. The water is very clear and shallow, so it is suitable for swimming. Had Sai Kaew Koh Samed is quite crowded. It contains more than ten resorts. There are many restaurants and souvenir shops. You can rent a bicycles and a motor bike. You can find scooters and banana boats for rent along the beach.&nbs...
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North Pattaya, Chonburi: not the northern-most part of Pattaya (as Naklua lies further north), but the section of Pattaya adjacent to the northern end of Pattaya Beach and extending inland to both the north and south of North Pattaya Road. Does not include Naklua.... read more
It is one of the longest beaches on Ko Chang. Bungalows and resorts of reasonable price are easily found. At the back of the beach are orchards of coconut trees and forest. The beach is easily accessible due to many roads passing to it. The name suggests scenic beauty of the area.... read more
Cha-am is the most popular beach where tourist activities most abound, Hat Cha-am is a clean white beach of over 7 kilometers long. The middle area provides a variety of shops and recreations: water scooter, horse riding. The more tranquil atmosphere n the north and south of the beach provides outdoor leisurely pursuits such as sunbath, plunging in the natural environment and the localsâ&eur... read more
Hua Hin is located on the East of Thailand Gulf. Hua Hin is well-established beach destinations, with full facilities and hotels. Hua Hin is quieter, more relaxed retreat than Pattaya. Hua Hin is surrounded a typical Thai ambience e.g. houses, hotels, shops and government buildings. Hua Hin is well suited for families or for those who wish simply to escape city bustle.
Hua Hin is similarly noted f...
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Sai Ri or Hat Sai Ree is a large, curved beach that is a favorite among the Chumphon people for their relaxation. This is a long smooth white sand and extensive beach is haded by majestic pine trees and affords some spectacular views of nearby islands.
 
For historical interest, a monument commenmorating the late Admiral prince of Chumphon is located nearby, complete with a well-preserved WW ...
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Chaweng Beach, Samui's biggest and most popular beach, is a paradise of young travelers and families alike. It features 7-long sandy beach and fascinating coral reef stretching along the coastline.
Each part of the beach offers different atmosphere. One wishing to stay in tranquility needs to go to northern Chaweng Beach. On the contrary, middle Chaweng Beach, the elbow of the bay, are always crow...
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Khao Phlai Dam, is a seaside mountain which borders Khanom and Sichon. The Khao Phlai Dam Wildlife Development and Conservation Office are here in Tambon Thung Sai.... read more
This peninsula is well-known for its white sandy beach, shady pine groves, and the statue of a mermaid that is Songkhla symbol. East of this statue is cat and rat sculptures. This is a nice, peaceful beach to stroll along, plenty of benches can be found between casuarina trees. Many facilities such as sidewalks, pavilions have been added to enhance this place as the main attaraction of Songkhla.... read more
Laem Son Beach is a long and wide beach with pine trees lining along both sides of the road. Some canals flow to the sea at this area making the beach not clean and have ray sand which is not good for swimming bus offers beautiful scenery.
The beauty of this place is loaded of coastal area with beaches, coral reefs, mangrove swamps, and a rainforest jungle which is nice to...
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Tachai Island is a small island. Located at the north end of moo koh similan national park and not far from Moo Koh Surin much. This island has beautiful coral reefs and relatively complete with hard corals and bright red soft coral. This island was first discovered by a man named ta chai, that's why this island was named as Koh Tachai  but Koh Tachai are part of the Similan National Marine P... read more
Patong Beach is the most developed beach offerring numerous leisure, sporting, shopping and recreational options along its 3-kilometre-long crescent bay. Windsurfing, snorkeling, sailing, swimming and sunbathing number among popular daytime  activities. Patong is equally well known for its vibrant nightlife, among which seafood restaurants prominently feature. ... read more
Scenic coves on the island's western and South-eastern shores, are favourite stops for day-tripping snorkelers. Although once pristine, the corals at these coves have been marred by bad anchoring and the beaches littered with rubbish jettisoned by people on tour boats. In 1999, a Hollywood film company spent about two months shooting scenes for the motion picture "the Beach".... read more
Koh Ngai is an island that is actually in Amphoe Koh Lanta of Krabi but it is classified as a tourist destination in the Trang Sea because it is easier to get there from Trang. The island has a white beach and clear water and is surrounded by magnificent corals. A boat trip from Pak Meng Pier takes about and hour. A 10-person capacity boat rent is 1,500 Baht and for 20-40 person is 6,000-10,000 Ba... read more
Koh Khai is a small island in the middle of the two major islands, Ko Tarutao and Ko Adang-Rawi. This beautiful island is very unique with a large stone arch way made by nature. The sandy beach here has the co lour of eggshell, and it is also the turtle’s egg-laying site; the reasons why the island is call Ko Khai, "Khai" means “egg”, and Ko "island"
This place is also a tourist ...
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