Rayong beach, is upcoming tourist destination in rayong Thailand, is tailor-made for those interested in beaches and islands. Easily accessible from Bangkok, hotel in beach in Rayong has some lovely beaches.

frothy waterfalls and scenic natural vistas. Hosting scented sprawling orchards and fishing villages, the province is also known for succulent fruits and exotic seafood. No wonder then that it has become hotbed of tourists. Well a beautiful hotel in beach rayong more.

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Beaches and Islands in Rayong, a large province, has several beaches, cognised for idyllic beauty.

Rayong Koh Samet Beach, Amongst the most common goal in Rayong province, Koh Samet, located at a short distance off the coast, is considered to have the nicest sand in Thailand. The place is a tropical paradise, where green trees shade white sands. Being part of a national park adds to it’s attractor. The beaches are very good for swimming and scuba diving.

Rayong located at Eastern board of Thailand, approximately 220 kilometers from Bangkok (179km by car from Bangkok). It consists of 3,552 square km area and 100 km of beach connect to the gulf of Thailand. The 10 islands group is abundant with marine resources. It contains many oddly shaped islands and rocks. The largest island is Koh Samet hotel in beach which is well known in South East Asia.

Covering a total area of 3,552 square kilometers, Rayong borders Chonburi Province on the north and the west, the Gulf of Thailand on the south, and Chantaburi Province on the east. Most of the land is marked by a series of mountains interspersed by flat plains and large tracts of forest and fruit plantations. Administratively, the province is divided into Mueang Rayong, Klaeng, Ban Khai, Bang Chang, Pluak Daeng and Wang Chan districts and Khao Chamao and Nikhom Phatthana Sub-districts.

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