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All reviews seafood long pier bao fishing village buddha view souvenir shops on stilts both sides great shopping watching the boats scallops light house other islands tourist boats worth a visit boat trip great place to visit
Literally, there is no more Bang Bao Beach. It became the Pier and Walking Street Plaza.
There are two Bang Bao Pier locations on Google Map, one is the Original and the other is the latest Bang Bao Pier.
By history, the new location of...More
A floating village on Bang Bao pier, definitely worth visiting. Good restaurants and plenty of touristy shops to amble through whilst wandering along the very large pier.
There is a small supermarket and even a large health centre built over the water.
Lots of colour...More
Nice place to visit for everyone,lots of shops to buy things and lots of restaurants. You can get day trips on the boats to go snorkeling and days trips to other islands.
It’s a good place to visit so make sure you have some drinking...More
For a morning out exploring this was our first stop. Quaint shops with souvenir bits n bobs. Fresh fish restaurants, cafes and bars. A stroll down to the bottom of the pier and photos from the lighthouse. The breeze cooling the walk was lovely.
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Hire a scooter and spend 4/5 days there max. You can explore the whole island (apart from the centre which it is illegal for anyone to access due to it being a national park) in a couple of days. This’ll leave you time to... More
Hire a scooter and spend 4/5 days there max. You can explore the whole island (apart from the centre which it is illegal for anyone to access due to it being a national park) in a couple of days. This’ll leave you time to enjoy a Piña colada or two on one of the many beaches.