Thailand is a lovely state that is highly popular with travelers who visit it-all year-round. There are also a great deal of foreigners who decide get a house or condo there and to settle down in Thailand. One of Thailand’s major destinations are beautiful tropical beaches. There are numerous beaches in Thailand that attract visitors from all around the world. Travelers from many countries travel to Pattaya and Phuket to relax about the shores there also to enjoy these places’ popular nightlife.
But when you’re trying to find some genuinely wonderful bangkok to koh samet, exotic beaches and the nightlife is not your primary appeal (you can find some interesting nightlife and lots of activities to do practically anywhere in Thailand), you may choose not to head to Pattaya or Phuket and visit various other beautiful and incredible beaches of Thailand.
Rayong is another popular location to go to western Thailand’s shores. One of the beautiful destinations in Thailand is located in the Rayong Province – Koh Samet Island. You can get a village located about 3.5 hours bus trip from Bangkok, from Ban Phe to Koh Samet by boat. There are a lot of peaceful and lovely beaches while Koh Samet is just a small island. One of the most popular is Cap Sai Kaeo, called Crystal Sand Beach or the Stone Beach. The mud there is truly beautiful as well as the sea-water is extremely clean.
Hat Sai Kao isn’t as peaceful as different beaches of Koh Samet, as there are a lot of activities happening there. You are able to sunbathe, swimming, go jet skiing, windsurfing or go banana riding there.
There are lots of wonderful beaches inside the east of Thailand. Near Cambodia within the Trat Province (about 310 km from Bangkok) you can find Koh Chang Countries (Elephant Countries). Koh Chang Island could be the second-biggest island in Thailand (after Phuket Island) and it is one of the group of fifty one islands. Many of them are strikingly beautiful. Koh Chang Island may be the most developed. Koh Chang Archipelago’s other two extremely popular countries are Koh Maak and Koh Kut.
As there are numerous ships that may take you to diverse countries of Koh Chang for those who have time you can only hop from one island to some other.
Various other good beaches in Koh Samet are: Ao Noina (quiter than Hat Sai Kao), Ao Khin Kok (rather crowded, but excellent for sunbathing and windsurfing), Ao Phai (small bay, extremely quiet), Ao Phutsa (there’s a little, really comfortable and pleasant resort there), Ao Nuan (small and quiet bay with bungalows), Ao Wong Dueang (after the Stone Beach the next biggest beach on the Area), Ao Wai (quiet and scenic seaside), Ao Kio Na Nok (excellent beach for enjoying dawn and sunset), Ao Karang (you’ll be able to experience the classic lifestyle of the area people there) and Ao Phrao (very