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All reviews day trip tuk tuk chinese temple seafood sri racha every hour main beach get away rent a bike few days takes about minutes stay overnight laid back white sand stunning views summer palace one night
There will be a beach to play in. The water is very clear. When we arrive, we rent a motorbike first Borrow all day for 250 baht. Ride on a simple island. Riding around and around the island and the weather is good It's a...More
It's a small island near Sri Racha (Chonburi), easily accessible by ferry which takes around 45 minutes from Sri Racha. Ferry leaves every hour from Koh Loy Pier & costs Bht 50 per person per way.
It's the only island in Thailand which has a...More
Island life seems a very slow down version of mainland Thaila d as nd especially Bangkok. This is worth a visit or even a short stay. Squid seems popular. On the Easter Side of the island there is a hive of activity loading and unloading...More
A very peacfull Island. And very Thai place. Not a popular place for turist.
The Island is filled with good views but is dificult to take a swim since its a lot of sharp stones. It's only one beach, it's not too good, unfortunently it's...More
It's a small island about less than hour away from the mainland. Renting a motorcycle is the bets way to go around. Tham Pang Beach is a good place to relax, but i think the place to snorkel and dive is below the Wachirawut Bridge...More
Me and my gang of sisters tottered off the fabulous bright ferry from Sri Racha which glides you across the seas in style, everyone joined in our musical medley along the way.
We were so exhausted from partying in Bangkok and were desperate to kick...More
It was clean and quiet. The hosts at Charlies bungalows were helpful. It rained while we were there, but it was a warm gentle rain. I recommend seeing the Chinese Temple and ruins from the Rama V Palace. 10th September 2018 – Citizens and business...More