Thailand is a lovely place that’s extremely popular with tourists who visit everything yearround. There’s also lots of visitors who choose to calm down in Thailand and buy a residence or house there. Among the major destinations of Thailand are tropical beaches. There are many beaches in Thailand that attract visitors from throughout the world. Travelers from several nations happen to be Pattaya and Phuket to enjoy those places’ renowned nightlife and to relax around the shores there.
But if you are searching for some truly gorgeous, warm shores and the nightlife is not your primary interest (you will get some intriguing nightlife and lots of activities to do practically anywhere in Thailand), you might choose to not head to Pattaya or Phuket and visit various other beautiful and amazing beaches of Thailand.
There are many lovely beaches in the east of Thailand. Near Cambodia in the Trat Province (about 310 km from Bangkok) you’ll find Koh Chang Islands (Elephant Islands). Koh Chang Island will be the second-biggest island in Thailand (after Phuket Island) plus it belongs to the group of fiftyone islands bangkok to koh samet. Most of them are amazingly beautiful. Koh Chang Island may be the most developed. Koh Chang Archipelago’s other two very popular countries are Koh Maak and Koh Kut.
Koh Chang is just a a part of Mu Koh Chang National Park and independent of some extremely peaceful shores and the wonderful there’s also woods, falls and wonderful mountains.
In case you have time you can just go to some other from island, as there are many boats that can take one to different destinations of Koh Chang.
Rayong is another popular destination to see western Thailand’s beaches. Among the most beautiful islands in Thailand is located in the Rayong State – Koh Samet Island. You can get to Koh Samet by ship from Ban Phe, a community located about 3.5 hours bus trip from Bangkok. While Koh Samet is actually a tiny island, there are a lot of quiet and wonderful beaches. One of the most popular is Hat Sai Kaeo, called Crystal Sand Beach or the Stone Beach. The mud there is truly stunning along with the sea water is extremely clear.
Hat Sai Kao is not as silent as other beaches of Koh Samet, as a great deal are of activities going on there. You swim are able to sunbathe, get jet skiing, windsurfing or go banana.
Various other excellent beaches in Koh Samet are: Ao Noina (quiter than Hat Sai Kao), Ao Khin Kok (fairly crowded, but very good for sunbathing and windsurfing), Ao Phai (small bay, extremely peaceful), Ao Phutsa (there’s a tiny, extremely cozy and pleasant resort there), Ao Nuan (small and quiet bay with bungalows), Ao Wong Dueang (after the Stone Beach the 2nd biggest beach around the Island), Ao Wai (quiet and lovely seaside), Ao Kio Na Nok (excellent beach for seeing dawn and sunset), Ao Karang (you can go through the conventional lifestyle of the local people there) and Ao Phrao (very