Located on the Gulf of Thailand just 20Km south of Pattaya the village of Bang Saray is a delightful respite from the hustle and bustled of its' large neighbour. Bang Saray is a traditional fishing village with the usual array of local shops, a market and a couple of convenience stores. It has plenty of charm or character especially around the harbour and beach area.
If you enjoy a more relaxed atmosphere Bang Saray is well worth a visit with its palm tree lined beach, seafood restaurants and temples. The deep golden sand of the beach is cleaned regularly and raked flat. There is amply shaded places to sit and, thankfully no 'hard sell' or jet skis.
Just 3km from the centre of Bang Saray is Nong Nooch Tropical Garden. The 600 acre park is located off Sukhumvit road and is clearly signposted from the main road. Entrance fee includes beautiful flower gardens, cultural dance show, elephant show. If you like plants this is a must see.
For those looking for a fun day out Amazone Waterpark is located on Sukhumvit road a few minutes drive from Bang Saray. It's a great place for families and very popular at weekends and bank holidays.
Silverlake Vineyard is 15 minutes drive from Bang Saray. You can buy wine and grape products or visit the winery. Khao Chi Chan (Buddha Mountain) is located just before Silver Lake and features a 100m high Buddha shape laser cut into the mountainside. Complete your day our with a visit to Wat Yannasang Wararam which is located north east of Bang Saray beside a small lake and park.
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