Located approximately 220 kilometers from Bangkok is another delightful resort on Thailand’s eastern coast – Rayong province. A late bloomer, the province is well known for its pristine beaches stretching along a 100-kilometer coastline and scenic waterfalls amidst exotic surroundings. Aside from this, Rayong is blessed with an abundance of seafood products such as shrimp paste, fish sauce and dried seafood, and tropical fruits of which rambutan, mangosteen and durian … more information
Koh Samet, Rayong, Thailand Information | Getting to Koh Samet | Koh Samet’s Map A favorite get-away island for Bangkokians, Ko Samet offers extensive pristine beaches with clean white sand and strangely shaped rocks. A haven for relaxation, this T-shaped island is a perfect retreat for those looking for sun, sand and sea. The climate is always pleasantly cool with an abundance of rain in August and windy monsoons in May.
There are a wide range of accommodations on the island with prices at the low-end starting from 200 baht for a bungalow with basic amenities, while bungalows with furniture and air-conditioning may start at the rate of 600 baht. Mid-range hotels and resorts mostly located around the Hat Sai Kaew area … more information
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Lima CoCo Resort Ao Prao, Koh SametA beautiful tropical resort located in the middle of Ao Prao on Samed Island. An ideal place for admiring an exquisite sunset while sipping on a refreshing cocktail
start from 2,150 Baht ( Room + Breakfast )
Pines Beach Hotel Ban Phe, RayongPines Beach Hotel is the destination of travelers in Banphe of Rayong Province. The closest Island from Bangkok is just opposite of our hotel. The area is well know as the fisherman village which the fresh sea food in the local market just a few minutes from the hotel.
Off the eastern board of Thailand you will find Rayong, about 179km by car from Bangkok. Consisting of 3,552 square kilometers, Rayong hotels have access to 100 km of beach connecting to the gulf of Thailand. Marine resources are abundant in the 10 island group. It contains many oddly shaped islands and rocks. Well known in South East Asia is Koh Samet, the largest island.