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All reviews seafood long pier bao fishing village buddha view both sides souvenir shops on stilts great shopping watching the boats scallops other islands light house tourist boats worth a visit boat trip great place to visit
It is the largest jetty in Koh Chang. The distance is so far, you must pass White Sand beach/ Khlong Praow/ Kai Bae beach/ Lonely beach. and you must pass the worst curve road in Thailand (I guess).
In this jetty, there're many souvenirs, such...More
Its a nice place with a long pier. It's nothing spectacular. Shops and restaurants (e.g Buddha Bar) are available. Its a nice and special drive though the rain forest till there (if you are coming from north - e.g. Kai Bae Beach)
Nice enough but not spectacular. A younger group of tourists as the beach is situated at the southernmost part of the island. Near the funny pier with small shops and restaurants. The pier is the departure point for diving and snorkelling trips.
I did not visit the beach but the Bang Bao pier is a good place for some local shopping, a nice lunch and a walk on the pier which leads to the southern most point of Ko Chang. There's some nice photo opportunities here but...More
There is no actual beah, rather it is Bang Bao pier from where most of the scuba diving and snorkling trips are organized. We stayed at Chaipura resort and visited this place with family. There is a long elevated walk way (wooden) on the ocean...More
My husband and I stayed at the beach after a week on the Bang Bao Pier. We liked the pier but the water was dirty and we could not swim. The beach, one mile or so away, was lovely with clear water, no condos, no...More
its a unique jetty and several shops on either side of it.worth a visit and take a look at the shops and the restaurants alongside.went for snorkelling from here. a hour ride and believe me its fantastic.
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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.