Dongtan Beach, Bang Lamung

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Colorful and lively, Dongtan Beach is lined with bars and swarms with local vendors selling everything from food and drinks, to handmade jewelry, leather goods, and electronic gadgets. A lovely meandering path cutting through the palm trees just behind the beach compensates for gritty sand and murky seawater. Walk down the shaded promenade while having an ice cream or a spring roll. Use our Bang Lamung trip builder to add Dongtan Beach and other attractions to your Bang Lamung vacation plans.
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  • August 2, 2017
    As with my recent review of Jomtien beach .... Dongtan beach is same same . Plastic bags and bottles and rubbish washed up on the beach and the effluent floating in the brown water was enough to put m...  more »
  • August 1, 2017
    My partner and i love this beach due to the great service. 50Baht for a cusioned deck chair per day. Vendors are plentyful but pleasant. Had an awesome menicure and pedicure right on the beach while s...  more »
  • July 15, 2017
    Every time, bring a book and has a non Bill throughout the day. Furthermore you can read quietly since people complained of the Hwarang long Stayer as families are often. Deck chairs, 50 BAHT, qualify one day 100 BAHT is day. If you raise the hand, the boy heard the orders to come, comfy and eating and drinking. In addition, because also the peddlers who come can purchase anything if necessary. Unfortunately, currently under construction so this is a little 五月蠅katta.
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Bang Lamung remains a fairly untouristed area save for the two islands of Ko Lan and Ko Phai, and the nearby city of Pattaya, so accommodations are not easy to come by. The central main town of Ko Lan features plenty of hotels, bed and breakfasts, and guesthouses. These vary from budget-friendly to slightly more expensive rooms with amenities such as ensuite bathrooms, air conditioning, and swimming pools.
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