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Suan Son is one of a chain of beaches stretching west to east along Rayong Province's coastline with the Gulf of Thailand.
Suan Son in Thai means Park of Pines, so called because of the stately Casuarina Pines that line the back of the beach...More
This is a very nice stretch of beach and suitable for swimming. On the West End of the road, there are rows of tall Casuarina trees lined on both sides of the road. They gave a very therapeutic feel and great for photo taking.
Suan Son has something to offer most people, apart from a swim in the waters of the Gulf of Thailand.
It has numerous small fish and seafood restaurants on the beach, with deckchairs and tables on the sand.
Further along there is a fishing village,...More
This beach offers plenty of sand better than the beaches of Pattaya IMO . We were staying at Bangsaray Villa In Bangsaray near Pattaya having been to the beaches of Pattaya and Jomtien this beach was a delight plenty of sand and better water Quality,Bangsaray...More
I must admit that I was a little apprehensive before coming here. I have read numerous reviews claiming that this beach was dirty. Luckily that was not the case when we went there. We were here over a Thai national holiday, and the beach was...More
I have Thai friends staying with me from the far north east of Thailand, more than 300 km from the nearest sea.
Today I treated them to a 100 km circular drive to the beach at Laem Mae Phim and back down the coast visiting...More
Beware of almost anything, which sounds like National Park here! Sorry for my pessimism, but if you compare Thailand parks with European, you will never enter in Thai again. Suan Son beach is a part of Suan Son national park, but this status is helpless...More
Suan Son (named after the casuarina pines that line the back of the beach) is about 23 km east of Rayong city.
It is a long stretch of golden sand beach on the Gulf of Thailand, looking over to Koh Sanmet a 40 minute ferry...More