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Are there any nice, quiet beaches open at the moment? I'm looking for a good, family hotel with a good internet connection as I work online and my kids study online at the moment.

 

I wonder if the hotels' swimming pools are closed?

 

Thanks! 

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Khoa Lak is very nice.

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4 hours ago, LennyW said:

lord Nelson hotel in Ban Chang, beach is open, restaurant and bar open, their small pool is open too.

https://lordnelsonthailand.com/

ditto on this...was there last week. they have different types of rooms inc breakfast.

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Thanks for the replies. I expect the prices to be much lower than normal?

 

My wife seems ken to go to Jantaburi.

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27 minutes ago, thainet said:

ditto on this...was there last week. they have different types of rooms inc breakfast.

great for kids as you can watch them in the pool and beach from your seaside facing room.

Food is decent also.

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15 minutes ago, thainet said:

great for kids as you can watch them in the pool and beach from your seaside facing room.

Food is decent also.

Sound good. Shame the kids have to study online! Actually, they are teenagers so don't need much watching, unless there are boys around!

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29 minutes ago, Neeranam said:

Thanks for the replies. I expect the prices to be much lower than normal?

 

My wife seems ken to go to Jantaburi.

Your wife knows a thing or two then. I live on Koh Mak, an hour from Chantaburi, but much nearer to there is Laem Sing, greatly favoured by Thais and hardly known about by foreign toursts. And of course Chantaburi province is a hidden gem of hills, rivers and lakes.

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1 hour ago, thainet said:

ditto on this...was there last week. they have different types of rooms inc breakfast.

How much per room? 

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14 minutes ago, bradiston said:

Your wife knows a thing or two then. I live on Koh Mak, an hour from Chantaburi, but much nearer to there is Laem Sing, greatly favoured by Thais and hardly known about by foreign toursts. And of course Chantaburi province is a hidden gem of hills, rivers and lakes.

Ditto on Laem Sing also. I have a small holiday house just back from the main beach road. Everything you need and yes quiet during the week. Just google around that area for a hotel/resort that fits your needs. Probably another 1 1/2 driving from Bang Chang area.

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2 minutes ago, Neeranam said:

How much per room? 

I would say about 1500 baht, but also have family rooms where you could probably fit the whole family.

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3 hours ago, Neeranam said:

Thanks for the replies. I expect the prices to be much lower than normal?

 

My wife seems ken to go to Jantaburi.

The beach in Chantaburi is open. 

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8 hours ago, GBW said:

Khoa Lak is very nice.

Khao Lak is certainly not in Eastern Thailand :whistling:

 

2 hours ago, bradiston said:

Your wife knows a thing or two then. I live on Koh Mak, an hour from Chantaburi, but much nearer to there is Laem Sing, greatly favoured by Thais and hardly known about by foreign tourists. //

I think that when she said Chanthaburi she in fact meant Laem Sing, as it's the sea side of Chanthaburi, this city not being near the sea. Nice area.

 

BTW, but maybe for another thread, how is it @bradiston to live on such a small island ?

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1 hour ago, Pattaya46 said:

I think that when she said Chanthaburi she in fact meant Laem Sing, as it's the sea side of Chanthaburi, this city not being near the sea. Nice area.

I think Chantaburi is a province.

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How is the water in Rayong, Chantaburi? is it ass clear as Samui?

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