Karon Beach (Phuket)

Karon Beach features the third-longest beach on Phuket Island. Located on the west coast, between Patong to the north and Kata to the south, Karon Beach is the one of the most popular holiday destinations in Phuket. The beach itself has excellent snorkelling (and even diving) spots at its southern end and is wide enough […]

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Bang Saen Beach

Bang Saen is a town that is famous throughout Thailand. It is the closest pleasant beach getaway spot from Bangkok as well as any provinces north of Chonburi. Most visitors typically come from provinces to the north and northeast of Chonburi. It is much closer, cheaper and is less hassle than Hua Hin’s beaches or […]

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Hotels Rayong

A selection of Hotels in Rayong, Thailand; Purimas Beach Hotel and Spa, 34 Payoon-Namrin Rd, ☎ +66 38 630382-90. Purimas Beach Hotel & Spa is located in Banchang, Rayong. Rooms equipped with air-conditioning, balcony/lanai, Internet connection and mini-bar. Some of its facilities and services are the Spice Garden Restaurant, fitness room/gym, beauty parlour, swimming pool, room service, airport and […]

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Pattaya Beaches

The three kilometres long Pattaya Beach runs along the city centre. The beach is full of life with hotels, restaurants, shopping malls all along the road facing the beach. The street south of Beach Road, Walking Street, comes alive with rock music as the night sets in. People throng the street to experience the night life, which […]

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Jomtien Beach

Jomtien is immediately south of Pattaya and, practically speaking, they form one municipality. Jomtien, like Pattaya, is popular with tourists, but has a significant population of permanent expats and some workers, making for a more sedate bar and night life scene. Visitors from Bangkok by bus will arrive at the main Pattaya bus terminal on North Pattaya Rd. […]

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Ko Lipe

Ko Lipe (sometimes spelled Koh Lipe) is outside of the jurisdiction of Tarutao National Park, and as such is exempt from certain laws prohibiting development. It is surrounded by uninhabited islands of the Butong Archipelago. The island is home to about 500 Chao Ley, or Sea Gypsies, who were given a grant to half of the island […]

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Chumphon Beaches

The Pathio Coast & Beaches often referred to as Chumphon’s “Royal Gold Coast” stretches 30km in the area adjacent to Chumphon Airport in Pathiu. There is wide variety of beaches and bays from small limestone coves to long open beaches. Untouched, the area has a number of bungalow and beach resorts. Due to its close location to […]

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Ko Nang Yuan

Ko Nang Yuan is a small island very close to Ko Tao. It is famous for its diving spots and its great snorkeling beach. Many day trippers come from the islands of Ko Tao, Ko Pha Ngan and Ko Samui, as well as from Surat Thani and Chumphon on the Thai mainland. Getting there: The fastest connection to Koh Nang Yuan from Bangkok is via air […]

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Ko Tao Diving

The island is geared towards diving tourists more than backpackers on a budget and offers both basic through luxury accommodation. There are hardly any currents and a wide selection of dive sites and dive shops, schools and resorts. Ko Tao is a small island of approximately 21 km² and receives over a 100,000 visitors per […]

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Ko Pha Ngan Beaches

Ao Nai Wok — Also known as Baan Manali Beach from the hotel of the same name, is a quiet bay with a long white sandbar in front of it. It is the first bay to the north of Thong Sala (just 7 mins walk) and one of the best areas for sailing, windsurfing or kayaking. […]

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