Rayong Travel Guide

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Rayong Things to Do

  • SURFING AND STAND UP PADDLE BOARDING

    COME AND LEARN TO LONG BOARD SURFING OR JUST RENT A SURF BOARD OR STAND UP PADDLE BOARD AND ENJOY SURFING AND SUPING AT RAYONG MAE RAMPHUNG BEACH.

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  • Suphattra Land : Thai fruit paradise

    We visited Suphattra land , a huge fruit garden and orchid garden ,on our way to Pattaya .Located about 18 kms from Rayong.You can sample many kind of Thai fruits ,they told us that the best time to visit is between May through July.The harvester told us that nowadays the fruit trees were confused because anomalies created by the global...

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  • Hat Mae Ramphueng Beach

    At Hat Mae Ramphueng Beach, apart from fresh seafood, we enjoy so much swimming and relaxing by beach, the scenery is just great . This white sandy beach is very long, around 12 kms stretch. The next beach is Hin Khao beach, another interesting area to stop by and further is Ban Kon Ao, the area with interesting lifestyle of small fishing...

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  • Fresh fruits Freely Eat

    Enjoy picking and and tasting various kinds of fresh tropical fruits such as durian,mango,dragon fruit,and many more.You can also self pick and sample ripe fruits right from the trees.Open daily : 7.30 am - 6 pm

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  • tropical thai fruit farm, Suan Supatra

    There are so many fruit to learn and try to eat for your experience. You'll get more fun to pick it by yourself and eat fresh fruit unlimited in that farm. You can eat as much as you want but don't put them in your pocket when you're full.

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  • Snorkelling on uninhabited islands

    Do you want to feel like Robinson for a day or a week? Live in a the four-star hotel "Novotel Lim Pae" for two nights, feel the pressure of civiilsation, then take a speed boat on the beach, head towards these islands on the way to Ko Samet, do some snorkelling and a picknick on the deserted beaches, and then head to Samet at sunset, arrive there...

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  • Suan Wung Kaew

    We made a short visit at Suan Wung Kaew, A big park in nice landscape, hill and to the end inside the area, nice beach there. They provide nice bangalow, good view of the sea. In the past Suan Wung Kaew was very famous place to visit, nowadays as I can see .. quiet but still nice beach.

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  • Ban Phe Beach

    The photos took when I was on the way back from Chanthaburi Province to Bangkok, we decided to have lunch somewhere in Rayong so we went to Ban Phe, have lunch and enjoy view of beach there. There is long beach road where we could see many restaurants along, view of beach and a lot visitors enjoy activities on beach.

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  • The Food Market...

    ..that I've been telling in my Ko Samet/Samed page in my shopping tips was exactly located here in Ban Phe. You can walk around the area and fell in love with those smelly dried foods,hehe..It's really worth checking for,you know!

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  • Pretty Parasol

    ...I thought of sharing this as I was amazed how cute it is and took this from the restaurant we had lunch in. It has something to do with the pretty blue skies..I was hoping the bus for Bangkok that we're waiting to will be more faster and it did!

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  • Sunset from the bus...

    ...From the bus I really wanted to jump off as I wanted to get some sunset pics from there.We we're too far though as the driver was too lazy to drive! The people in our back was talking about how he drives slowly and wanted to take over the drivers seat! Jesus! Well, I did took a pic from the bus after all. When we arrived, there's no sunset...

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  • Ko Samet Festival

    ...Just as we entered in Ban Phe we saw the very colorful decorations that says" Welcome to Ko Samet Festival!" from December 6-10,2003! So, just as after we got back from the island we explore the area around but we didn't get to see some of the sights as we only had a couple of hourse before our bus leaves..So, we checked out some sales in the...

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  • Best New Place in Rayong

    Buddies is a small, cosy and chilled out restaurant near Thap Maa in Rayong City.It's just off the main road and only 1km from the Laemthong shopping centre.The setting is a garden bar free of hustle and bustle. With so many places to eat in Rayong this is one that has everything from Thai food to Western Steaks and spagetti. With soft chilled out...

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  • Best western buffet in town

    While there are countless local varieties to choose from, time, location and sometimes taste dictate that you revert back to a heartier meal from home.Old Germany is a favorite for many ex-pats who work in the nearby industrial areas.The interior motif is decorated in a make-shift German country style way. The waitresses also dress the part with...

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  • Don't Miss The Fresh Seafood by Beach

    Here you can have a special seafood meal with great view of the sea, the seafood is very fresh and it costs not much. We are a group of 6 person enjoy a big seafood lunch by beach just only 700 Baht at Hat Mae Ramphueng beach. You can see and pick the one you need before order them to cook. There're so many local restaurants by beach here and also...

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  • Seafood on the beach

    There are several restaurant huts along Rim Phae beach, but this one is probably the bigger and most visitted one. Also the nearest from the hotel/villas (e.g. when you stay in Novotel).Starting evening until around midnight they put the tables and chairs on the shore lines. Sometimes the waves can reach your feet. I guess that's the uniqueness....

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  • No, don't miss the fresh seafood next to...

    The most important part of visiting the beach area is having a good seafood, isn't it?This restaurant is just simple clean local one with excellent taste. I don't mind for anything else !! Tom Yam Tung Kae, spicy seafood dish soup

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  • Fresh seafood!

    No doubt... being so close to the coast, there are lotsa seafood restaurants around! They have tiger prawns, gigantic lobsters, huge crabs, all sorts of fishes big and small, and something which looks like takatan(grasshopper in thai). You name it, they (should) have it!

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Rayong Nightlife

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    by chawmi Updated Jan 19, 2012

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    One of the Best Nights I had in Rayong!
    Most of my nights in Rayong were spent at small and quiet bars with not much to do, which I do enjoy when I feel like relaxing. However the Lunar Dawn beach party was just full of energy and excitement.

    The party is on a beautiful Private Beach, soft sand, clean sea water and palm trees but it was the set up and entertainment which gave the environment the spice it needed for an awesome night! Each Party has a Theme, the one I went to was Neon Paint Themed. For the set up there was a tropical palm leaf Bar on the beach, raised DJ set with awesome sound system, UV lights and crazy light show playing on the palm trees and mats and tables near the water. The entertainment was Wild! Sexy neon painted professional dancers who's moves were hypnotising, a white wall for the Live Graffiti artist! his work evolved all through the night, a fire show and lastly the DJs themselves with all different styles of music to heal the soul from stress.

    I've been to the Full Moon parties in Koh Phagan but this was a completely different feel. This party was so well organised! There was effort and thought put into the party that it wasn't just a radom collection of clubs on a beach. It was set up in a way were you felt everyone was there for the same reason and that you were all part of the same thing, to celebrate the beautiful full moon. I felt safe, welcomed and full of energy! Everyone was just there to have an awesome time so we All got along perfectly! And this is not what you find on Koh Phagan.

    Right next to Bangkok its the perfect way to get away from the pollution and chaos of the city. Recommended Highly!

    Dress Code: Its a beach party to Swimsuit, Shorts. It also depends on the Theme of the Party.

    Beach Party, Full Moon Beach Party, Full Moon Beach Party, Full Moon Beach Party, Full Moon
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Rayong Shopping

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    by zazatann Written Jun 5, 2005

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    Come to Rayong, you have to buy fruit from here for sure. It's very cheap anywhere you go especially at the Fruit market.

    What to buy: It depends on the season. This time (June, July) you can buy Rambutan, Durian, Mangosteen, star fruit etc.

    What to pay: Rambutan is about 10 Baht per Kilo.
    Durian is about 25 Baht per Kilo
    Mangosteen is about 15 Baht per Kilo.

    This is wholesale price and center of fruit which it spreads to many city in a country.

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Rayong Off The Beaten Path

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    by RusskiPower Updated Sep 3, 2006

    Freshly caught and cooked seafood in a Thai fishing village on the Mae Had Ramphueng beach.

    Highly recommended:

    grilled shrimp with chillie-garlic sauce (goong phao)
    steamed crab (poo nueng)
    crab in yellow curry (poo karee)
    rock lobster stir-fried with toasted garlic (kang phad grathiam)
    red snapper steamed in lime juice with garlic, chillies and coriander leaves (plaa nueng manao)
    deep-fried tilapia with a 3-taste sauce (plaa nin saam rod)
    fried rice with seafood mix (khaao phat thalee)

    A gargantuan dinner for 2 with rivers of ice-cold Thai beer will set you back about 15-18 Euros.

    How to get there: 11 km from Rayong City. Catch a "song thaeo" truck-bus going to Mae Had Ramphueng. There are tens of such seaside restaurants to find there. This area is extremely popular with city-weary weekenders from Bangkok coming for some truly fantastic food.

    Warning: you will really need to speak Thai there though, good luck!

    More pictures here: Culture-Vulture And Gourmet Drives On 3 Continents

    Mae Had Ramphueng Dining Rock Lobster Red Snapper In Lime Juice
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Rayong Favorites

  • Rim Phae Beach

    When you want to enjoy and relax on the beach in South Eastern Thailand mainland, forget about Pattaya which is too crowded. Rim Phae Beach or Hat Rim Phae will be the perfect choice.Away from bustling Bangkok and Pattaya, Rim Phae Beach provides long sandy beach, several hotels/villas/cottages, and great view to Koh Samet and 5 other smaller...

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  • Squidin' neone?

    I have to tell you this particular story when I was here. It was a really nice day when we arrived and my mate, Pete, suggested we go squiding sometime midnite on someone's boat...whoever, you know...neone that can take us out to sea for some fun. So Pete went around asking people if we could join them on their fishing trip but all of them...

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