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Sai Kaew beach is a popular beach for both Thais and foreigners located inside a naval base. Before entering the base, your Thai partner will need to show his or her ID. Foreigners don't have to.There's a 50 baht charge for locals, 100baht charge for...More
Went on a weekend and it was packed with tourists. It's located inside a naval base so I would imagine going on weekdays would be perfect. Clean water and white sand. It's a nice beach in the Pattaya area. Would go again if it's a...More
Clear water and clean beach. Only double charging for a foreigner adult and 5 times more for a foreign child. But not expensive. Songtaew driver drive too fast and then had to break heavily alot but the beach was natural in comparison to what you...More
Clean water, nice facilities, restaurants and the usual army of Russian ready to burn their necks.
It is actually inside one of the royal navy areas around the peninsula (same as the Samae San island) so falangs are allowed but can't stay past 6pm
A semi-remote beach in Sattahip, this beach is a must-go-to if you are staying in Pattaya. With super clear water, this place is located in military territory. Here, you can do many activities such as coastal foraging, kayaking, scuba diving, etc. When the tide goes...More
I think it's fit your children's ages well. You can have a boat trip to the island around (very nice) and you can have full day at the western beach. So if you plan your time mix this things, it can be great holiday
Does anybody know if it Is possible to walk from the ferry to Sai Kaew Beach, and if so how long will it take. I am staying at Samed sand Sea
November 14, 2009|
Its approx 10-15 mins walk from the ferry point arrival on Samed island to haad sai kaew
Resort right at the beach with nearby food options (3 Replies)
Hello, We are a family of four( kids aged 12 and 8), looking for a beach front accomodation in April last week. Sai Kaew beach looks the nicest in pictures and since we will be there midweek, crowds should not be a problem. We would like to have access to food options and 7/11 like stores nearby during our evening strolls. Thanks.
December 27, 2017|
P.s.- would the Songkran crowds be back to work by the 24th of April? Or Should I be making the room reservations well in advance? Thanks.
Derby, United Kingdom
Motorbikes on Koh Samet (1 Replies)
I am koh Samet at the moment and I have previously asked about hiring a bike whilst here. My original question concerned the surrender of passports to the hirer.I was assured that this practice Didn't happen on koh Samet and advised not to ever hand it over, but to provide a photocopy and that would be acceptable. I have today approached 2 rental places and they both wanted me ti give them my passport which I am loath to do. My question. Is this, have things changed here .or have I just been...More
November 18, 2014|
You are possibly a little unlucky. Try renting from Nadan Main Street. I rented mine from a family run snack restaurant where I used to have breakfast, I think it was called Banana's. All he wanted was a copy of my driving licence, and this I had to offer him. Lots of places rent out bikes (ie hotels, guest houses, bars, restaurants) on Koh Samet not just the obvious "Motor bike rental shops"