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I will be spending a fair bit of time in the water, from beach to around 40 miles out, so I will let you know what it looks like.

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I'm interested to hear more about the sewage in the water in that region.

Is it a real problem? Is it only at certain beaches? Surely the whole stretch from Khanom down to Sichon cannot be polluted?

Simon

Have spent lots of time in the water around the area and certainly doesn't look polluted to me.

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Dear Olsen

Is the sea calm for swimming in July?

Would you say this is the best beach area with white sand and clear water in the Nakhon area?

The prices are not mentioned on the Thong Ching website and wether it has aircon and hot water.

Appreciate your views as will have drive a hired car from Phuket next year in beginning july so is the water calm for swimming at that time?

If you want to stay at the best beach, go for Thong Ching Bay, here you will find Baan Thong Ching Resort. Google them, they are no 1 at the list. The photos on their website does not however show the real beauty of the beach and the surroundings....this is one of the most beautiful places and resorts in Thailand in my humble opinion....the beach and the nature looks very much like Phi Phi Island..... Give it a try....you're welcome to PM me for further info.

Here I have attached a photo of the beach.

khanom_p_01.jpg

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Dear Olsen

Is the water calm for swimming in june july?

Whats the nearest small town i mean something which has some local thai food places or night market.

Best Regds

Eddie

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Dear mysticpaki,

Yes, this is defininitely the best beaches around here....not only in Nakhon but in all of Thailand....the water is calm for most of the year....I go there regulartly and I swim all year round....

These rooms/bungalows does not have air con, only fans. Because the resort is located quite remote so the power is not strong enough to run an air con.

The rooms are very airy so it is not too hot inside and I don't find it is necessary to use air con there. But maybe you have another opinion :-)

But they have hot water. The genuine Thai food is excellent.

There is a small market some 2 kilometers away from the resort and also a few small shops in a village nearby.

I suggest you rent a motorbike so you can get easily around, as there is no taxi or busses out there :-)

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Hi Olsen

Youve hooked me on this place now lol and though ive been to many islands i always prefer mainland as food is always better and cheaper.

You mentioned genuine thai food,i presume thats not at the resort? or is it at the nearby market??

Yes i always hire a car with family or bike when alone.

What should be the price i will have to pay for the month of end july for a double room with hot water.???

Wife is asking how many kilometers drive to the nearest shopping centre?:):)

Is this location more close to Surathani or more near Nakhon si Thammarot??

I also love waterfalls have you been to anyin this area???

So Olsen the sea will be great just like the pics in the month of july

Best Regds

Eddie

Dear mysticpaki,

Yes, this is defininitely the best beaches around here....not only in Nakhon but in all of Thailand....the water is calm for most of the year....I go there regulartly and I swim all year round....

These rooms/bungalows does not have air con, only fans. Because the resort is located quite remote so the power is not strong enough to run an air con.

The rooms are very airy so it is not too hot inside and I don't find it is necessary to use air con there. But maybe you have another opinion :-)

But they have hot water. The genuine Thai food is excellent.

There is a small market some 2 kilometers away from the resort and also a few small shops in a village nearby.

I suggest you rent a motorbike so you can get easily around, as there is no taxi or busses out there :-)

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Dear mysticpaki,

Yes, this is defininitely the best beaches around here....not only in Nakhon but in all of Thailand...

Suggest you do a bit more traveling.

:)

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Sorry i haven't been posting, I won a free 7 day break away from TV. Beaches..... good but surely not the best??

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Dear mysticpaki,

Yes, this is defininitely the best beaches around here....not only in Nakhon but in all of Thailand...

Suggest you do a bit more traveling.

:)

I love your joyful, constructive and positive posts ... tell me...have you ever visited Thong Ching Bay yourself? But you still do not agree it is amongst the best beaches in Thailand?? OK...each to his own taste....then I will enjoy this beach all by myself ;-)

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Hi Eddie,

The genuine Thai Food I referred to was actually at the resort...it is Thai owned, Thai managed and the chef is Thai. They make Thai food for Thai guests......so genuine Thai food when it's best!

There are plenty of waterfalls in Nakhon Si Thammarat. So far I've only visited one....Khao Nan Nationalparl...but I know there are many more also closer to Khanom.... I suggest you Google Khanom Waterfall ....I don't have any experiences about this myself ;-)

Khanom is located 10 kilometer closer to Surat Than than to Nakhon Si Thammarat....

As for pricing I suggest you visit their website: www.baanthongching.com

Nearest shopping center is Tesco/Lotus in Tha Sala some 50 kilometers south of Khanom against Nakhon Si Thammarat.

And finally Yes, Eddie, the sea will be like the photo....calm and no big waves..... :-)

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I love your joyful, constructive and positive posts ... tell me...have you ever visited Thong Ching Bay yourself? But you still do not agree it is amongst the best beaches in Thailand?? OK...each to his own taste....then I will enjoy this beach all by myself ;-)

Olsen, give it a rest will you. I walked down that coastline way before the road was ever constructed. Yes, it is ok but no, it is not amongst the best beaches in Thailand, far from it. Clean the rose tint from your glasses and as I said before maybe time for you to do a bit more traveling.

Actually, you enjoy that beach by yourself ...... and I just hope that there is no internet access there - so we don't have to continue listening to you.

:)

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South> why waste your breath on all those flaming and ranting posts? If you don't like that I recommend the beaches in Khanom, why don't you just ignore my posts?

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Khanom beaches are nice enough, nothing to do there and still a lot of work needed to make the place livable though. I wouldn't say they're the nicest beaches in the country though, some beautiful little beaches in the west of Phangnga and up in Rayong, the bottom end of Koh Samet is absolutely georgeous. Each to their own.

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Hi Olsen

Sorry for being a pest.

You mentioned Tesco Lotus 50 km south of Khanom against Nakhon si Thammaret. AGAINST meaning next/close to Nakhon Si Thammerat??? Im confused:):)

Where is the location of Thong Ching beach.I mean what bigger beach is it located near it and how many kilometers as i cant find Haat Thong Ching mentioned on any map ??? Yes i will have a rented car.

Are you in the real estate business??

Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and Happy New year.

Regds Eddie

Hi Eddie,

The genuine Thai Food I referred to was actually at the resort...it is Thai owned, Thai managed and the chef is Thai. They make Thai food for Thai guests......so genuine Thai food when it's best!

There are plenty of waterfalls in Nakhon Si Thammarat. So far I've only visited one....Khao Nan Nationalparl...but I know there are many more also closer to Khanom.... I suggest you Google Khanom Waterfall ....I don't have any experiences about this myself ;-)

Khanom is located 10 kilometer closer to Surat Than than to Nakhon Si Thammarat....

As for pricing I suggest you visit their website: www.baanthongching.com

Nearest shopping center is Tesco/Lotus in Tha Sala some 50 kilometers south of Khanom against Nakhon Si Thammarat.

And finally Yes, Eddie, the sea will be like the photo....calm and no big waves..... :-)

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