Kung Kraben Bay Royal Development Study Center is a place worth visiting when you come to Amphoe Tha Mai. It's located on Laem Sadet Beach and is only 3 km. from the dugon roundabout of Chao Lao beach. Kraben in Thai means a stingray. The name "Kung Kraben" came from the shape of the bay that… Continue reading Kung Kraben Bay Royal Development Study Center
Chao Lao Beach is one of the most popular beaches in Chanthaburi. Though it's not as beautiful as beaches in Southern Thailand, Chao Lao beach has clear and shallow water and it's suitable for swimming. The area is still natural and quiet. Many shops and restaurants are locally owned. For those who want nightlife, please… Continue reading Chao Lao Beach
In case you want to go to nearby provinces from Chanthaburi, here is some information for you. Please note that this is just the rough information. When I asked for the schedule, the bus terminal officers told me that you should check the schedule day by day. The schedule can be changed without prior notice.… Continue reading How to go to nearby provinces?
Today I'm going to take you to Suan Ma-Maung Market in Amphoe Muang, Chanthaburi. Ma-muang in Thai means mango and Suan means garden. The market's name came from the name of Wat Suan Ma-muang (Suan Ma-muang temple) which is close to the market. This market is one of the old markets in Amphoe muang. The… Continue reading Suan Ma-Maung Fresh Market
With public transportation There's no direct public transporation from Bangkok to Chao Lao beach. You will have to start your trip from Amphoe Muang, Chanthaburi. From Chanthaburi bus terminal in Amphoe Muang, there aren't many choices to come to Chao Lao Beach. You can take either a local taxi or a van to get there.… Continue reading How to go to Chao Lao Beach?
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