Located approximately 220 kilometres (140 mi) southeast of Bangkok, Ko Samet is one of the eastern seaboard islands of Thailand. Popular with foreign tourists and as a weekend getaway for residents of Bangkok, most of the island (excluding the Na Dan area) is in the Khao Laem Ya–Mu Ko Samet National Park.

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Khao Laemya National Park

Established in 1981, Khao Laemya National Park is a marine national park in the Gulf of Thailand, emcompassing the archipelago of Ko Samet. The park includes many hills, valleys, islands and beaches, offering a wide variety of scenic views.

Hat Sai Kaew

Hat Sai Kaew (Diamond Beach) is one of the most beautiful and most popular beaches on Ko Samet. The 1-km long beach with crystal clear water and white sand is an ideal spot for sunbathing, swimming, jet skiing, windsurfing, catamaran sailing and banana boat riding.

Ao Hin Khok

Ao Hin Khok is a smaller beach separated from Hat Sai Kaew by a small rocky sea point where a mermaid statue is located. There are monks lodging along this stretch and therefore it is a quiet and peaceful spot to relax.

Sun Set Point

Sunset point is the perfect spot to catch the sunset from a dramatic cliff side along the southwest coastline.

Ao Wai

Ao Wai is a quiet beach away from all the tour groups. Shaded by coconut trees, the beach is a scenic and serene spot for ocean lovers, day and night.

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