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Don Hoi Lot (Razor Clam Digging), Samut Sakhon

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  • This site created by nature strange things allows us to watch and learn, there is underwater land at high tide and low tide, when Congress, plus something much more exotic life, and brought it edible is only 13 minutes to catch a time must use chueng lime put a hole in it when chum exposed lime it would dash comes up from the hole because it burns the exposed lime.
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  • Attractions of beaches near Bangkok There the Court Department of Luang Chumphon khet Udomsak, or devil worship, father. Nearby buildings, museums, Learning Center, CHUM fur unfortunately long renovation and still not have a turn? The next area of sale sold lots of seafood products. Next to the seaside, is planting trees, shady courtyard. The shade under a tree lined up with people sitting around smoking, eat up some jolly, some lying down sea breeze. Here there is a long tail boat to go around with. The downside is that parking and trash that has fewer supports isn't enough.
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  • Cute little market filled with seafood. You can rent a mat and enjoy your lunch overlooking the ocean. Would be a nice sunrise location. Lots of restaurants but we ate from the market shops.  more »