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Anchor in 8 metres on a sandy bottom, well offshore in the middle of the bay. This bay is named after Tharn Sadet waterfall, which has a spectacular view of the bay and can be reached by following the creek from the sea. Along the way are engravings commemorating the visits of Kings Rama V, Rama VI and Rama IX.

There are pools big enough to bathe in and a two-inch pipe carries water to the beach, where you can fill your jerry cans for a nominal fee. There are many small restaurants on the beach.

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