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Bang Po Beach

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Bang Po Beach

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Explore the Gulf of Thailand on this multi-activity tour, which includes the use of all equipment for snorkeling and kayaking. Booking these activities separately may take some logistical maneuvering; this tour includes both as well as fast transportation to the islands via a large, stable boat. Visit Koh Mae Ko to see the Emerald Green Lagoon (Talay Nai), go kayaking at Wua Ta Lap, see the unusual rock formations in Lotus Cave, and enjoy shallow water snorkeling.
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Gavi wrote a review Feb 2021
Bangkok, Thailand182 contributions7 helpful votes
Catching the view of Koh Phangan on a good day at this beach is one great experience when you're around Bang Por. If not for the ultra peaceful beaches and several restaurants and cafes lined along there, there wouldn't be much to do here- something that makes it so charming about this area. The beach itself is clean, but like Maenam, expect the sand to be a little large and rough- but nothing terrible there. The viewpoint, I'd say, is one of the most picturesque spots on the island and one of the spots to be for incredible sunset.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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Pascal wrote a review Feb 2020
Sydney, Australia52 contributions24 helpful votes
I’ve been to Lamai, Chaweng and Bang Po - Bang Po really stood out for me compared to the others. Both Chaweng and Lamai are very touristy, the sand colour is yellow. Bang Po is far quieter, less touristy, more secluded and the sand is whiter. The ocean colour is teal and the water is very warm with no waves
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Date of experience: February 2020
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TomFromHongKong wrote a review Jan 2020
California33 contributions19 helpful votes
Loved this place! The very end of the beach has some small shacks and is called “Relax@Samui”. Very apt name! Beautiful beaches still unspoiled by development with two small beachfront restaurants, massage facilities (which I did not use), water front tables, beach chaise lounges and absolutely NO pressure to do anything but..... Relax, relax, relax..... I traveled from crazy party town Chaweng Beach to get here three times in five days! Have a beer, sit in a chaise lounge, wade in the Adaman Sea, watch the sunset and have a good Thai meal. Can not think of a better way to spend the afternoon!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Nyallg wrote a review Oct 2019
Warragul, Australia326 contributions198 helpful votes
Located in one of the quietest places on the island ,Bang Por beach is a long stretch of beautiful sandy beach with the waters gently lapping ashore and restaurants and bars opening directly onto the sands. Quite often we would be out for a walk and just pop to one of many places for a drink, a snack or meal. It is quite the passing parade of people out for a stroll, especially late evening when you can also watch the spectacular sunsets.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Suzie B wrote a review Oct 2019
London, United Kingdom40 contributions52 helpful votes
We happened on this beach today and was blown away by its beauty and simplicity. The restaurants are simple and traditional and the view is breathtaking. There was only a handful of people there so felt like our own beach! Would highly recommend you put this one on your list of places to visit in Samui
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Date of experience: October 2019
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