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A favourite of Bangkokians looking for a white-sand weekend escape that’s within a Friday-evening drive of the capital, small and pretty Koh Samet – part of the Khao Laem Ya – Mu Koh Samet National Park, and attracting a dual-priced admission fee of 40 baht for Thai adults and 200 baht for non-Thai adults – has also been firmly on the radar of overseas tourists for years now.
Take your pick of pristine beaches from busy, pricey and high-energy Had Sai Kaew (Diamond Beach), with its large-scale resorts, restaurants, bars, nightclubs just off the sand, jetski and banana boat operators, roaming food and massage vendors, and impressive nightly fire-dancing shows; similarly nightlife-heavy Ao Phai, high-end Ao Phrao, or one of the more serene bays like Ao Nuan and gay-popular Ao Tubtim.
There isn’t a whole load to do on Koh Samet other than sunbathe, swim, eat, drink, and party, but that suits most visitors just fine. Whichever stretch of sand you choose, Koh Samet is reached by regularly departing public ferries and speedboats from piers in mainland Rayong’s Ban Phe, itself a three-and-a-half-hour bus or minivan ride from Bangkok’s eastern bus terminal.
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