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    Koh Larn Ta Waen Beach

    Next stop Koh Larn Ta Waen Beach, this beach is about 800 meters long and is packed solid with deck chairs for the tourists, jet skis, banana boats, speed boats, paragliders and sailers, the whole bay has restaurants, souvenier stalls, people to bead your hair, ice cream touts, most of the restaurants have Chinese written menus so you can guess where the tourists come from, this beach can also be gotten to from Na Ban Pier by road which is probably a bit safer than my way.

    The last bit of my journey from Thonglang Beach, pretty dangerous really.

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    Doesn't look to bad from here.



    The beach itself is quite nice and the water is pretty clean, although coming round the headland there was a bit of a whiff from something quite nasty





    There are some great seafood restaurants there with sea animals to be killed for your dinning pleasure, also quite a few places to stay for the night right on the beach, but reckon on nearly a 1,000baht per night for an air con room.






    Ferry Times.

    Pattaya - Bali Hai Pier to Koh Larn Tawaen Beach.
    The fare each way is 20baht.
    8.00am
    9.00am
    11.00am
    1.00pm

    Koh Larn - Tawaen Beach to Pattaya Bali Hai Pier.
    1.00pm
    2.00pm
    3.00pm
    4.00pm


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    Tien Beach (Koh Larn Tien Beach)
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    Koh Larn Tawaen beach

    Tawaen beach seems to be a haven for sun worshippers.



    Amazing how many deckchairs you can get on a beach.



    Hair braiding and beading is done on the beach if your into the rasta look.



    I don't think even Pattaya has this much junk for sale.



    Seafood doesn't get much fresher than this, these 2 are saying their fond farewells to each other I believe.

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