Aopur Beach on Koh Samet is a pristine beach full of rocks. The color of the sea water here is very pure, and it is light and blue, which is very dreamy. This is also a good place to appreciate the sunset, it is worthy of everyone to come and experience.
Sharma is a relatively small island, from a foreign friend recommended, compared to Phuket and Samui, these are known by the people of the country is a little bit cold. Beautiful scenery, cost-effective, consumption is much cheaper than Madai, and it is also close, the only thing that is a little lacking is that the food needs to be improved. If you want to change tastes, you can actually take a taxi to the market, two hundred baht, a meal and a massage are also a good choice. Still want to go
Ao Phrao is a beautiful beach with less crowds than Diamond beach and calm crystal clear water. The water is calm since it is a bay. A must when you visit Koh Samet.
A more secluded stretch if beach with crystal clear water. Definitely worth a visit if you have a few days on Koh Samet
Ao Phrao is small place for vacation but they have a resort tho, a ome of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool to be swim around.
Ao Prao resort is a quiet and beautiful gem on the usually loud Koh Samet. The staff is friendly and a relaxing time is always guaranteed.
Opel Beach on Sharm el Island, the second largest beach on the island. There are many reefs that project the sea surface, which is more primitive and ecologically well protected. It's a great place to watch the sunset. There are many birds in the woods by the beach. It's really romantic to listen to the melodious birds and enjoy the spectacular sunset.