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Geography of Tha Mai

Neighboring districts are (from the west clockwise) Na Yai Am, Kaeng Hang Maeo, Khao Khitchakut, Mueang Chanthaburi and Laem Sing of Chanthaburi Province. To the southwest is the Gulf of Thailand.

Suan Saded-yard

Located near Wat Khao Sukim, in an area of 180 Rais, this fruit orchard is opened daily for tourists to visit and taste local tropical fruits such as rambutan, durian, mangosteen, zalacca, etc. The admission fee is 20 Baht/person. Accommodation and restaurant are available. For more information, contact Mr. Yingyong Saded-yard or Mr. Kriangsak Prakhongwong …

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Wat Khao Sukim

Located at Tambon Baisri, about 20 kilometres from town, the temple built on the hillside is a religious center for meditation in a tranquil and tree-shaded environment. The large rooms on the 3rd and the 4th floor are museums, which have collections of many religious things and antiques. To travel here, take Highway No. 3, …

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Chao Lao Beach

Located about 17 kilometres from Tha Mai District, the long white sandy beach in seren place is suitable for relaxing. Although it is not the most beautiful beach in Thailand, 2 kilometres of coral reefs just off shore are attractive. The choices of accommodation offered range from standard to the luxury hotels, including restaurants. Boats …

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Khung Wiman Beach

About 50 kilometres from town, turn left from Sukhumvit Road at Km. 301, then go straight for 15 kilometres, will reach the golden sandy beach called Khung Wiman Beach. Here is one of the most attractive scenic places. There is only one resort and a few restaurants on the beach to satisfy visitors.

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