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    We stayed at au prau which is one of the last resorts on the south it was nice and not to expensive. We hired scooters for a day to go check out the other beaches and resorts. There are some amazing places that were quite expensive even in low season. Some beaches we couldn't access at all due to them being private

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    i thought there are NO private beaches in Thailand ( all are kings land) and all beaches have to grant public access.

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    Years ago wife and I spent several weekends at friends home in Chantaburi. Not a place to go on holiday imo. Further but better beaches in Trat. Generally beaches are poor until you get further south on either side of the gulf. East Trat. West Prachuap Khiri Khan.

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    ^Thatll be the toilet bowl effect

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    Theres' a really nice restaurant in Bang Bao called Buddha View mate. Probably more geared towards just you and the missus for a romantic meal rather than with the kids but it's out on the pier and they turn on lights under the water at night so you can see the fish swimming around. Come out of where you staying and turn left. It's probably a 20 -30 min drive.

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    We were at bang bao yesterday and saw it but ejd3d up eating at a seafood restaurant on the pier called chao lay. Wasn't romantic in the slightest but the seafood was great and my oldest bloke was fucking around with his chair and managed to get his elbow wedged in it for 20.minutes. pretty memorable.

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    In Chantaburi there is a museum of King Rama VII's widow, Rambai. She returned from England after the war, bringing the King's ashes, staying in Ch.

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