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HAT SAI YAO & EAST COAST KOH MUK

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HAT SAI YAO & EAST COAST KOH MUK

HAT SAI YAO & EAST COAST KOH MUK

HAT SAI YAO. 7° 22.105N, 99° 18.648E

Anchorage can be found in the shallow southeast facing bay in 3-5 metres on a sandy bottom. Ashore are Sawadee Resort and Charlie’s Bungalows on the 800-metre-long, jungle-backed beach. The Sivalai Resort occupies the sand spit running east to the north of the anchorage.

Shallow anchorage is also possible east and north of the sandy headland halfway up the east coast. A long jetty is situated at Hua Laem Muslim village and Koh Muk Resort is to the north.

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