is one of the longest beaches on Koh Chong. Bungalows and resorts of reasonable proce are easily found. At the back or the beach are orchards. Of coconut trees and forests. The beach is easily accessible due to many roads passing to it The name suggests scenic beauty of the area.
is very interesting because residents in the area build up their houses with poles pitched into the sea and the bridge reaching to every house is set up to link the community together. Bang Bao is one of the zones rich with corals. Koh Mun Nok-Mun Mai is a small isle opposite Kai BaeBeach. The Beach around the isle can be seen at low tide. The sea in the area is some what shallow and plenty of gold-colour corals.
Laem Chaiyachet is the long seaside adjacent to Kai Bae Beach . The beach is rather steep. Swimming is possible. Standard bungalow with facilities are set. The northernmost of Klong Phrao Beach is adjacent to Chaiyachet Bay and Beach which has beautiful landscape but swimming is not recommend.
is close to Klong Phrao Beach . The beach, like that of Klong Phrao, is steep but swimming is safe. There are also quite a few cheap-priced bungalows in the area.
Located east of Koh Chang, this is a beach of rock and mud. It is the location of the Marine National Park Office, close to the Than Mayom Waterfall. The Than Mayom Resort is the only resort here.
Situated northwest of Koh Chang, this is the first beach as you disembark and head west of the island. Had Klong Son is a wide beach with plenty of coconut trees. The Premwadi Resort has a pier suitable for fishing and a powdery beach safe for swimming. Klong Son now boasts of the newly open 5-star Aiyapura Resort & Spa. This is a luxury resort with all the 5-star amenities and facilities set in a natural environment.
in next to Sa Lak Kohk Bay. The area is covered with forest and orchards of coconut trees