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19 miles from Ao Chalong

WATERFALL BAY. 7° 55.856N, 98° 15.648E

This mere indentation in the headland affords shelter for one or two boats. Anchor in about 15-20 metres on a sandy bottom with scattered coral in front of the residential villas.

In the corner of the bay you will find a spring which is accessible by dinghy – bring your jerry cans. The spring often dries up by the end of the dry season, so don’t rely on it.

Readers who know Patong Beach ? formerly wall-to-wall sunbeds and umbrellas will find it hard to believe this is the same place – Photo by IMAGE asia
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