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I've only visited at low tide, but I could observe some birds and crabs. The jogging track is quite good and locals seems to all jog/walk in the same counterclockwise direction for better order. There is a range of exercise equipment for the public and...More
It is a small but nice-looking park with a parking lot, trees and a good view of the sea. Koh loy bridge was repaired, so we could not go there. Instead we had a walk in the park and later went to koh sichang 45...More
It's a definitely nice place to spend leisure time in a slow and peaceful environment, but it doesn't offer a lot for visitors, almost no shade (greenery is not taken care of during dry season, looks like parts of Isaan during drought), very limited food...More
This public park is down by the waterfront and is an excellent area to go for a walk or have some exercise on some of the many exercise machines that or on site. They have recently added a section for skate boarders which is at...More
As much as Si Racha is a quiet, small industries and harbor town - that Seaside Park is quite a true winner! Views are phantastic, air quality is great, the Park is very well maintained and unbelievably clean (to Thai standards). So this is well...More
The real name of this delightful seaside park is Surasak Montri Park, and it occupies about a kilometer of seaside land between Ko Loy and the Ko Sichang Pier.
It is very popular with locals who use it early in the morning and in the...More