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SOUTH POINT. 7° 53.343N, 98° 16.462E

Anchor in 8-10 metres on a sandy bottom off one of the three beaches. The larger one, Tri Trang Beach, has a resort ashore and a road to Patong. This is a good stop for the night if a southwesterly swell is running early or late in the season.

The smaller beaches are also a favourite daytime excursion for longtails operating from the main beach. Many divers and snorkellers come to enjoy the underwater sights within easy range of the beach facilities of Patong.

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