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Located in Ban Bang Saen (1), this hostel is within a 15-minute walk of Bangsaen Roundabout and Bangsaen Beach. Burapha University and Laemtong Bangsaen are ...
Malarer Boutique HostelSG$15
Kalm Bangsaen HotelSG$77
Located in Saen Suk, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Bangsaen Lang Beach Public Park and Bangsaen Beach. Bangsaen Roundabout and Burapha University ...
ONPA Hotel & Residence BangsaenSG$60
Offering direct access to the beach, this Ban Bang Saen (1) hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Bangsaen Roundabout and Bangsaen Beach. Bangsaen Lang Beach Public ...
Coco Beach Resort BangsaenSG$68
Located in Huai Kapi, this hotel is 1.7 mi (2.8 km) from CentralPlaza Chonburi and within 6 miles (10 km) of Bangsaen Beach and Burapha University. Laemtong ...
Pova Residence and Boutiques ResortSG$21
P.N. Gold ResortSG$29
Offering direct access to the beach, this Ban Bang Saen (1) hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of The Wang Saen Suk Hell Garden and Bangsaen Beach. Bangsaen Roundabout ...
Bangsaen Heritage HotelSG$100
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Chonburi is the name of both a rapidly growing province 80kms from Bangkok and the province's capital and namesake city. The city of Chonburi may often be overshadowed by bustling Pattaya, also located in the province. However, this 'city of water' has quickly become a smaller and quieter seaside alternative to Pattaya for visitors from Bangkok and around the world.Don’t Miss
A Chinese shrine stands on top of Khao Sam Muk, a 45-metre hill located between Bang Saen Beach and Ang Sila next to Bangkok Bay's coastline. Visitors who climb the Khao Sam Muk summit can admire panoramic views of the beach and the wild rhesus monkeys that live on both sides of this serene hill.
The closest beach to Chonburi city, Bang Saen, was originally established as Thailand's first official holiday resort in 1943. The nearby Laem Thaen Cape is a popular fishing and relaxation spot.
Animal lovers may also enjoy the Marine Scientific Institute's realistic underwater environment as well as the 8,000 animals at the Khao Kheow Open Zoo. The zoo also offers night safaris. Wat Thammanimit and Wat Yai Inthraram are the most notable temples.Restaurants and Bars
Nightlife in the city of Chonburi may not compare to nearby Pattaya, but there are a few notable watering holes. Laemthong Bangsaen and Central Plaza Chonburi contain many of the city's restaurants. However, the eating places around Burapha University are especially clean, cheap, and delicious. Seafood is a common menu item, but a variety of other Thai and international dishes are also widely available.Shopping
The Central Plaza Chonburi is the best place in the city to buy luxury clothing. Another popular shopping centre, Laemtong Bangsaen, is located near Burapha University and Bang Saen Beach. At night, the walking street next to Bang Saen Beach transforms into a lovely and vibrant night market.
Nongmon Market, on the other hand, is the easiest place to stock up on souvenirs. The residents of the nearby fishing village of Ang Sila are famous for their handmade mortars, pestles, and other granite items.