Prachuap Khiri Khan Beaches, Prachuap Khiri Khan Islands, Beaches and Islands in Prachuap Khiri Khan

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Beaches
Ao Makha
Location : Mueang District
Ao Makha is a bay bending from Ban Wang Duan to the mouth of Khlong Nam Chuet. The appearance of a bay is a steep rocky cliff by the sea. Moreover, from a bay can be seen Koh Chan and Koh Thai Si.
Administered by : Hat Wanakon National Park
Ao Manao
Location : Mueang District
Ao Manao
Ao Manao
Ao Manao is beautiful curved bay with white sand and crystal-clear waters. The bay was once a battlefield between the Thai and Japanese armies during the Second World War and now it is under the care of the Royal Thai Airforce. Part of the beach is lined with souvenir stalls. The remainder, and the greater part, is tranquil and largely untouched by commercialism. Tourists can relax and swim at the beach. Moreover, there are restaurants, a club, and various forms of accommodation provided such as town houses, condominium, etc.
Ao Noi and Ao Prachuap Khiri Khan
Location : Mueang District
Ao Noi and Ao Prachuap Khiri Khan are connecting by a beach-side road, which is possesses beautiful bay surroundings suitable for exercises such as jogging or cycling by the beach. There is a line of pine trees at Ao Noi, while at Ao Prachuap, there is a pedestrian path to closely admire the beach and for selecting various restaurants. Both bays are located in front of Mueang Prachuap Khiri Khan.
Bo Nok Beach
Location : Mueang District
Bo Nok Beach is the beautiful white sandy beach with 7 kilometers length and not too deep shore ideal for swimming. The beach located in Bo Nok Sub-district which there is a road running parallel to the beach, with coconut groves and shrimp farms along one side and fisherman huts and fishing boats at intervals along the other, lending a lively atmosphere to beach strollers, especially at the sunrise in the early morning. In addition, surfacing whales will be noticeable frequently, each time for approximately 3 hours, during August-October. They can be watched through binoculars from the coast or nearer on a chartered fishing boat. The whales are Bruda whales with a black body measuring approximately 4 meters wide and 10-12 meters long, having a tapering mouth and white colour on the belly and under the chin. They are usually good-tempered and familiar with humans, and like to swim alongside passing fishing boats. This kind of whale feeds in a tropical zone like Myanmar, India, and Thailand Gulf of Thailand, Prachuap Khiri Khan Province, and Phetchaburi Province. A flock of Bruda whales feeding in this area indicates that Bo Nok is one of the much fertile seas in the Gulf of Thailand. Hotels in Bo Nok Beach Area
Leam Kum Beach
Location : Thap Sakae District
Leam Kum Beach is 5 kilometers long, pine and coconut trees swaying over a white beach. It is very serene, suitable for relaxation and swimming. There are pavilions for admiring the scenery or enjoying meals.

How to get there: From Highway No. 4, Km. 365, turn left for approximately 4 kilometers, cross the railway track to the beach or turn at Km. 370 and go straight on, following the direction signs for a distance of 4 kilometers.
Wanakon Beach
Location : Thap Sakae District
Wanakon Beach
Wanakon Beach
Wanakon Beach is popular beach for tourist coming to relax, swimming and picnic on the beach. The beach is very long beach, clean soft sand and the hills stretching alternately towards the sea, visitor can walk north up the beach about 1 kilometer.
Administered by : Hat Wanakon National Park
Laem Sala Beach
Location : Sam Roi Yot District
Laem Sala Beach has a fine sandy beach and it is a good place for relaxing and swimming. The beach protected on three sides by limestone hills, and when approached from the sea it appears to be an island. 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: Laem Sala Beach is located 16 kilometers from the office of the national park. From Pran Buri - Pak Nam Pran Buri Road, turn right to the Office of the National Park and go straight on until reaching Ban Bang Pu crossroads. Turn left at Ban Bang Pu and cross the bridge over the Bang Pu Canal to the foot of Khao Thian. After that, walk across the mountain for 480 meters to the Laem Sala. Otherwise, rent a boat from Ban Bang Pu to Laem Sala Beach, which takes 30 minutes.
Administered by : Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park
Sam Phraya Beach
Location : Sam Roi Yot District
Sam Phraya Beach is peaceful for relaxing and swimming with a white sandy shady beach with a 1- kilometre line of pine trees. At the beginning and the end of the beach stand limestone mountains on both sides, and it is also suitable for camping and food services are available.

How to get there: Sam Phraya Beach is located 5 kilometers from the Office of the National Park.
Administered by : Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park
Sam Roi Yot Beach
Location : Sam Roi Yot District
Sam Roi Yot Beach
Sam Roi Yot Beach
Sam Roi Yot Beach or Hat Nom Sao is peaceful beach with nice surroundings, shady with pine trees by the beach. The water is shallow and it is good for swimming. Visitors can take a boat to travelling and snorkeling around the islands such as Ko Kho Ram, Ko Nom Sao, Ko Rawing and Ko Rawang. Hotels in Sam Roi Yod Area

How to get there: From Phetchakasem Road, turn left at Km. 254 (the entrance to Khao Kalok) until reaching Wat Phu Noi. Turn left at the Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Regional Centre 4 until reaching a small crossroads to the beach.
Administered by : Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park
Khao Kalok Beach
Location : Pran Buri District
Khao Kalok Beach or Naresuan Beach is located in the area of the Thao Kosa Forest Park. In the south, there is a small mountain similar to a skull or kalok in Thai, which is the origin of the mountain’s name. The beach is clean and calm, and covered with light brown sand. At its viewpoint, visitors can admire the surroundings of the nice beach. Moreover, there are various kinds of accommodation and seafood restaurants provided.

How to get there: Khao Kalok Beach is located 7 kilometers from the mouth of Pran River to the south. The path to the beach is between Km. 253-254 (opposite the Thanarat Infantry Camp and Pran Buri District Office). Turn into the path for 3 kilometers, turn left again at the T-junction for 2 kilometers, pass Wat Na Huai and turn right for a further 6 kilometers.
Pranburi Beach
Location : Pranburi District
Pranburi Beach
Pranburi Beach
Pranburi Beach is a quiet long beach connecting with Hua Hin Beach near Sam Roi Yod National Park which features a spectacular mangrove forest where a river flows into the sea. The beach is becoming popular with those who are looking for a quiet alternative to nearby Hua Hin, particularly those who wish to combine time at the beach with day trips to nearby Sam Roi Yod National Park. Pranburi Beach is beginning to attract more visitors to its quiet and pristine beaches along the Gulf of Thailand. There are various kinds of accommodation to service both mid-range and up-scale hotels and resorts.

How to get there: Pranburi Beach is approximately 30 kilometers south of Hua Hin and is located near Sam Roi Yod National Park and Pranburi Forest Park.
Ao Bo Thonglang
Location : Bang Saphan District
Ao Bo Thonglang or Bo Thonglang Bay is beautiful small bay and when the tide goes down, the white sandy beach will appear as a wide space which so appropriate for swimming and relaxing. In additional, there are small rock islets lined up in front of the bay and restaurants providing food and drinks for tourists.

How to get there: Ao Bo Thonglang is located 4 kilometers from Ao Mae Ramphueng along the beach road. Take Highway No. 4 to Km. 397 until reaching the crossroads into Bang Saphan District on the left. Go further along Highway 3169 and continue along Klang Ao Road by the beach to the entrance of Ao Bo Thonglang.
Ao Mae Ramphueng
Location : Bang Saphan District
Ao Mae Ramphueng is a beautiful beach with white sand and there is a beach road parallel to it. There are seafood restaurants provided for tourists. It is suitable for relaxation.

How to get there: Ao Mae Ramphueng is 120 kilometres from Mueang Prachuap Khiri Khan. Take Highway No. 4 (Phetchakasem Road) to the crossroads into Bang Saphan District for approximately 17 kilometres.
Bang Boet Beach
Location : Bang Saphan Noi District
Bang Boet Beach is a curving bay with a clean reddish-brown sandy beach and a stone mountain obstructing the entrance to the bay. In additional, there is Pha Daeng, here is a red rock cliff, located next to Ban Bang Boet. Visitors can walk along the beach enjoying Pha Daeng.

How to get there: Bang Boet Beach is located at Ban Bang Boet, Sai Thong Sub-district. Take Highway No. 4 (Phetchakasem Road) to Km. 425 (at Huai Sak T-junction), turn left into Highway No. 3497 for approximately 16 kilometers to Hat Bang Boet.
Ban Krut Beach
Location : Bang Saphan District
Ban Krut Beach
Ban Krut Beach
Ban Krut Beach wide 12 kilometers and a beautiful beach parallel to the beach road. The beach is quite serene and shady of coconut trees for relaxing and swimming. Moreover, a good view of the beach can be seen from the top of Thong Chai Mountain where a huge sitting Buddha image is situated. A fishing community is scattered along the beach. It is a place where tourists can experience the lifestyle of fishermen such as coastal fisheries, the seafood preservation process, and catching of jellyfish for export. Hotel in Ban Krut Beach Area

How to get there: Take Highway No. 4 (Phetchakasem Road) to Km. 382, turn left along the Phetchakasem - Ban Krut Road and cross the railway track for approximately 9 kilometers to the Ban Krut beach road.
Hua Hin Beach
Location : Hua Hin District
Hua Hin is the most popular beach and it’s dream beach for tourist both Thai and Foreigner. The white sandy beach of Hua Hin lined with a wide range of accommodations, from bungalows to five-star hotels and resorts about 5 kilometers. Hua Hin, located at the sunrise side of the city, the beach runs from a rocky headland and curves about three kilometers down south to Khao Takiap where the Giant Standing Buddha Sculpture is located. The beach itself stays tranquil while still sprung with fun activities like horse riding, kite boarding and water sports. Night markets are also open daily to serve every of your feast. More Detail
Suan Son Pradiphat
Location : Hua Hin District
Suan Son Pradiphat
Suan Son Pradiphat
Suan Son Pradiphat is under the supervision of the Infantry Training Command, Pran Buri. The beach is a tranquil and relaxing place which has various restaurants and accommodations in the form of guesthouses, hotels and self-catering bungalows located along the beach.

How to get there: At the intersection at Km. 240 on Phetchakasem Road, turn right for 500 meters. There is a bus service provided every 20 minutes. Travelling by train, take Thon Buri - Prachuap Khiri Khan Route and visitors can get off at the Suan Son Pradiphat stop.
Island
Koh Thalu, Koh Sang and Koh Sing
Location : Thap Sakae District
Koh Thalu, Koh Sang and Koh Sing are the small islands situated close to one another. Koh Thalu has an area of 1,000 rai consist mountains, coconut groves and white sandy beaches such as Ao Muk, Ao Sai Yai and Ao Thian. Moreover, the area around Koh Thalu and Koh Sang is abundant with colourful shallow-water corals and possess white sandy beaches suitable for those who love a peaceful and private atmosphere and admire snorkeling to witness the corals, sea fans and many beautiful fish. Activities are around island such as kayaking, camping, trekking and mountain climbing. There is tourist accommodation on the Talu island.

How to get there:
By Car
From Phetchakasem Road, turn left at Km. 399 along Bang Saphan - the beach for 10 kilometers, passing Tha Kwian and Bang Saphan Market. At Bang Saphan Market, turn right into Bang Saphan - Nong Hat Thai Road, passing Phong Prasat Sub-district Administration Organisation for 10 kilometers. Turn left at the crossroads in front of the police booth into Ko Thalu Pier.
By Bus
Take the Bangkok - Bang Saphan Noi bus from the New Bangkok Southern Bus Terminal. It will pass the entrance of Koh Thalu Pier, taking approximately 5 hours.