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Hat Sam Phraya
located 3.5 km north of the park office, is a beautiful beach lined with pine trees. Accommodation is available.
Laem Sala Beach
Laem Sala Beach Laem Sala Beach is a peaceful beach and can reachable only by boat or by feet. The beach is wide and very flat, making it a paddle rather than swim spot. Amongst the plantation of casuarina (a pine like tree), you will find a restaurant, bungalows, a camping area, a small visitor center, a picnic shelter, and washrooms. Laem Sala is accessible either by land or water.

How to get there
A boat, holding up to 10 persons, can be hired from Bang Pu Village for the trip, which takes about 30 minutes. Laem Sala Beach can also be reached by taking a steep, but well constructed trail, starting near the seashore about 200 m. from the village's temple. This 20 minutes walk offers a splendid views of the coast and offshore islands.
Hua Hin Beach
Hua Hin’s beach is very popular beach both single and family visitor. The white sandy beach length around 5-kilometer and lined with a wide range of accommodations, from bungalows to five-star hotels and resorts.

Tourist will satisfy with attractive, clean and pleasant place to relax and unwind, as well as those looking for more energetic water activities and sports such as ranging from jogging, walking, sun bathing, horse riding, kite boarding, and other kinds of water sports.

How to get there
The most common entrance to Hua Hin beach by foot along Damroen Kasam Road which leads past various stalls, the Sofitel hotel, and the tourist police booth, bringing you right onto the beach where most of the restaurants and sun beds are located.

Contact Tel. 0 3251 3885, 0 3251 3871 (TAT)
Cha am Beach
Cha am’s beach is popular and well known destination with a long. The beach is long and beautiful with tree lined on the road for miles. On Cha am beach is rarely crowded then the beach is good choice for you to sunbathe or relax under the shade of the big pine trees. Besides to sunbathe then you will enjoy with ride a jetski.

How to get there
Located 41 kilometers from Phetchaburi and turn left to Cha am beach about 2 kilometers
Ao Manao
This beautiful curved bay is under the care of the Royal Thai Air force. It is some 5 km south of the town. This area used to be a battlefield between the Thai and Japanese armies during Second World War. Hotels in Ao Manao should be reserved in advanced at the 53rd Squadron, Tel: (032) 611017, 611031 ext.2146.
Hat Wanakon National Park
23 kilometres from Prachuap Khiri Khan, this 38-square kilometre park is centred on a fine 7 kilometre-pine-fringed beach. Camping is permitted. Snorkelling around offshore islands, swimming, hiking and bird watching number among major attractions. Admission is 100 baht per person. Accommodation facilities are available.
Ao Mae Ramphueng and Ao Bo Thonglang
Situated in the southern extremities of the province, both are scenic bays in the Bang Saphan district area. Travel about 75 kilometres south of Phrachuap Khiri Khan to Km. 399, turn left and continue for another 17 kilometres via Bang Saphan Market to Ao Mae Ramphueng. Ao Bo Thonglang is 4 kilometres away. Accommodation and seafood restaurants are available.
Koh Singto (Lion Island)
Koh Singto or ‘Lion Island’ located approximately 800 meters off the coast of Suan Son Beach, a small island suitable for fishing and diving. The island has decent rock formations and is good for underwater exploration, particularly while snorkelling. Fishing and sailing can also be enjoyed around the island. Some boats for hire are available.

How to get there
Approximately 800 meters off the coast of Suan Son Beach

Opening Hours Daily from 07:00 am. - 05:00 pm.
Admission Free (Price are subject to change)
Contact Tel. 0 3251 3885, 0 3251 3871 (TAT)
Thalu Island, Sang Island and Sing Island
These two islands suitable for fishing can be reached within 20 minutes by boat from Ban Pak Khiong, 3 km east of Bang Saphan.