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This beach tends to be less crowded than Vongduan beach but the water is not as blue. There is a pier dividing the beach in to two. The pier is a bit of an eyesoar. Two resorts on the beach, a couple of restaurants and...More
We spent two happy days here, renting deck chairs at 40 Baht per chair, and jumping endlessly off the pier into the sea.
The water is a bit murky (visibility probably about 2-3 metres) but it's clean. You can snorkel around the coral and rocks...More
My wife (thai) and her thai family liked the food very much. I wanted to have something european and ordered a pizza marguerita, was very satisfied. The selection of drinks were a bit limited, had to stick to vodka. Prices a bit higher than I...More
Lovely peaceful beach. Very quiet, especially during the week. It serves a handful of resorts, with Ao Cho GrandView Hideaway being the most luxury and expensive one. You will find a range of food options here too!
The beach is quite small, but because it's...More
Traditionally, this is one of the more quiet bays. Its size is acceptable, but due to a variety of hotels it will also get crowded in no time. The beach is average, with white fine sand but rocky on one end.
Ao cho was the next beach northly of our homebeach ao wong duean and reachable in 5 minutes. ao cho is much quieter than our housebeach, because tere are only a few resorts and 2 restaurants. the beach has its own pier in the middle...More