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We can take you to Koh Larn for a relaxing day on the beach, snorkelling at Koh Sak, Bang Sare for good restaurants, Monkey Island to see the monkeys or anywhere within 20 kilometres/10 Miles for a half day cruise. We can also take you to Koh Si Chang, Koh Phai, Koh Khram Yai, or anywhere within 55 kilometres/30 miles for one day. Or if your feeling like a bigger cruise, Koh Samet, Hua Hin or Bangkok for 2 days or more. Anything is possible… just let us know where you want to go, and we’ll make it so.
This is a wonderful little island in the Gulf of Thailand. Koh Larn is located about 7km off the coast of Pattaya Beach which is about a two hour drive south of Bangkok. The Island is about 4km long and 2km wide and at it is about 180 meters high at the highest point. The terrain is mostly mountainous which is covered in most part with heavy vegetation.
Koh Larn has six main beaches and a few smaller beaches for visitors to enjoy. All the beaches are of white sand and clear azure waters. There are many water sport activities at each of the beaches. There are also many other activities such as para sailing for you to enjoy while visiting Koh Larn. All the beaches have full facilities such as bathrooms and showers. All beaches on Koh Larn have restaurants that serve up delicious fresh catch of the day seafood or just about any other dish you may desire. You can choose to order your meal in the restaurant or straight from your beach lounger. Yes, a day on Koh Larn can be a very relaxing experience, with the gentle sounds of the ocean and without all the noise of the city.
Koh Sak is a tiny horseshoe-shaped island about 10km west of Pattaya, just 600m from Coral Island (Koh Larn). Unlike its much larger neighbour, this idyllic little crescent of land has no permanent settlements, but remains an extremely popular destination for tourists visiting the area because of its gorgeous white sandy beaches.
The beach which lines the inside of the U-shaped bay is the larger at 250m long, as well as being the more popular and home to a small restaurant where you can buy drinks and cheap Thai food. A concrete footpath runs the short distance through the wooded interior of the island to the much smaller (only 80m) beach on the other side.
It´s only a short 20 min. drive from Pattaya south to the fishing village of Bang Saray (Sare) with its 8000 friendly inhabitants. It is not only because of the nice landscape and the long and untouched sandy beach - named sunset beach - why more and more travelers and investors come to Bang Saray. This small viallgae has a lot to offer for a nice stay or living.
Koh Si Chang
A two-hour boat ride from the city, making it one of the Bangkok's closest beach destinations. It is popular with Bangkok residents who head here for weekend breaks, and even day trips.
While Si Chang hasn't got the softest white sand of all Thailand's islands, it still makes a fabulous escape from the hectic, polluted streets of the capital, with its green interior and fishing villages. Grab a meal of fresh seafood at one of the restaurants on Haad Tham Phang beach, or sink a Singha while gazing at the waves from your lounger. Peaceful and almost foreigner-free, Koh Si Chang is your best bet if you'd rather spend your precious few hours on the beach than on a bus or boat.
Bamboo Island - or Koh Phai - is the biggest of a small island chain, which also includes Koh Klung Badan, Koh Luam, Koh Luam Noi and Koh Man Wichai. Located about 23km from Pattaya, it can take as much as two hours to reach them. Koh Phai is under the supervision of the Royal Thai Navy, meaning that there are no permanent facilities there and visitors are not permitted to stay overnight. Sunbathing on the pristine beach and swimming or snorkelling around the excellent coral reefs is permitted. The reefs around all of the islands in this chain and the nearby wreck of the HTMS Khram are among the best scuba diving sites around Pattaya.
Koh Khram Yai
Although only a few kilometres off the Pattaya coastline, arriving on the almost-deserted Koh Khram Yai feels like being washed up from a shipwreck. No hotels, no restaurants and no bars; this really is about as secluded as it gets. The geography of the place has prevented any development, as most of the island is covered in sharp rocks and cliffs. The intrepid travellers that do make it to this little-known spot can enjoy the small, clean and picturesque beaches all to themselves. Do bring your own food and drink and note that access is prohibited during certain times due to an ongoing turtle breeding program.
It is a favorite weekend beach getaway for expats and locals alike. However, most tourists head further south for their island breaks. Most of the island is protected as part of Khao Laem Ya – Mu Ko Samet National Park, making it clean and relatively unspoiled. The island offers a variety of resorts, from the quiet and family-orientated to those catering to the party-till-dawn crowd.
The oldest and most traditional Thai holiday resort combines the attractions of a modern travel destination with the charm and fascination of a still active fishing port. And while most other Thai holiday destinations cater mainly to foreign tourists, Hua Hin is a holiday resort for both foreigners and Thais.
Besides its great 5 mile (8 kilometer) long beach Hua Hin provides accommodation options of all levels, great restaurants of all cuisines and price levels, and last but not lest the highest density of world class golf courses anywhere in Thailand.