Rayong Hotels and Travel Guide

Rayong Travel Information

Rayong, 180km southeast of Bangkok, offers a healthy blend of city and seaside attractions and is famous for its picture-perfect islands, casuarina-fringed beaches and large scale industrial estate at Map Ta Phut. Backed by mountain ranges, its 100-km long shoreline harbours five picturesque beaches, ideal for enjoying a seafood lunch, a dip in the sea or a leisurely afternoon away from the city. The two scenic points at Laem Mae Pim and Pha Sawan (Heaven Cape) offer breathtaking panoramas of pristine forests and the bright blue sea.

Further inland, Rayong is peppered with fruit orchards, forest temples, scenic waterfalls and the lush forest of Khao Chamao National Park. Mainland Rayong is a year-round destination, while the islands are best visited between October and April, when the monsoon rain subsides.


Where to Stay in Rayong Where to Stay in Rayong

An ocean view is almost a given at any Rayong hotel. Ban Pae is the most convenient location for those continuing on to Koh Samet. Read More...

Rayong City Rayong City

Only two hours from Bangkok, Rayong City is a popular getaway destination among urban holidaymakers who prefer a more peaceful beach atmosphere than the nearby touristy Pattaya. Those who are continuing on to Koh Samet will also find Rayong City the perfect base, for sightseeing and shopping before hopping on a speedboat or a ferry at Baan Pae. Read More...

Koh Samet Koh Samet

Koh Samet offers an endless expanse of turquoise blue sea, crescent bays with fine white sand, lots of water sports and a throbbing nightlife with thrilling fire dance shows. Read More...

Rayong Map Rayong Map

Rayong, 180km southeast of Bangkok, offers a healthy blend of city and seaside attractions and is famous for its picture-perfect islands, casuarina-fringed beaches and large scale industrial estate at Map Ta Phut. Backed by mountain ranges, its 100-km long shoreline harbours five picturesque beaches, ideal for enjoying a seafood lunch, a dip in the sea or a leisurely afternoon away from the city. The two scenic points at Laem Mae Pim and Pha Sawan (Heaven Cape) offer breathtaking panoramas of pristine forests and the bright blue sea. Read More...


 


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