Discover the best top things to do in Bang Niang Beach, Thailand including Koh Kho Khao Island, Gecko Bar, Bangsak Beach, Royal Armani Suit, Pak Weep Beach, Bang Niang Market, White Sand Beach, Ban Nam Khem Tsunami Memorial Park, Old Takua Pa Sunday Market, Sai Rung Waterfall.
Restaurants in Bang Niang Beach
4.5 based on 119 reviews
The island is small. Along the western beach you have some resorts and B&B's. That's it. On the rest of the island there are some rural villages with rubber trees around. Really relaxing!
5 based on 36 reviews
4.5 based on 87 reviews
Bangsak beach is great for long walks especially around sunset, the West facing aspect gives the best opportunity for those who want to experience spectacular Thai sunsets.
There are several restaurants hidden amongst the trees which gives shade from the sun whilst you dine.
Definitely recommend a visit.
5 based on 13 reviews
Tailoring business located at Bang-Niang Beach, Khao Lak, Thailand since 2008. Custom made clothes for ladies and gentlemen In order to provide timely service to all our customers effectively. We will be happy to have the appointment in advances Thank you.
I went to this place to buy a suit, and what I got was a great Kashmir suit + shirt + tie for a very good price!
4.5 based on 418 reviews
This beach stretches for 11km and is totally unspoiled. Beautiful white sand, warm water, very safe swimming with low waves. Plenty of beach restaurants hidden in the trees.
But be aware Thai law (post 1 Feb 18) forbids hotels and restaurants providing beach umbrellas. Bit there is plenty of shade under the trees.
4 based on 878 reviews
We went in the evening to this market. Was good fun, yes all the same goods you can buy elsewhere but the market has a nice chilled atmosphere. Food was really tasty and well cooked - I am normally weary of eating street food abroad due to the hygiene issues but we had no problems. Would recommend for an evening visit.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
A 15 minute taxi ride for around 300 baht from The Sands in Khao Lak we found The White Sand Beach. A picture perfect beach with calm waters and white sand. Its full of hermit crabs which makes much fun for kids and adults as well.
A good selection of 4 restaurants on the beach. We tried both the big one at the "entrance" White Sand Beach which was okay and the Smile Beach Resort which also was okay and the staff here were really nice. The kids loved it.
Take a break here, see the sunset and eat some food right on the beach.
4 based on 151 reviews
Was told about this site by our hotel manager and decided to go the very same day after hearing about the local tsunami history. The locals were very nice, and welcoming. Paid our respects at the memorial. The views of the beach were amazing, untouched, spoke with locals who were fishing. Local shopkeepers are very friendly too.
4.5 based on 26 reviews
We had a swell time just walking through this day market and stopped to try little delicacy that were available all along the walk through. Again you will only see friendly smiling faces and every merchant trying his or her best to convince you that you will get the best price here. Barter is part of the every day life of the Thais and you should always offer them a fair deal if you think you need to close the sale, this bargaining of goods is done in a very friendly manner, remembering that every one has to come out of it happy and contented,
A good break from all the crowded shopping centers in Bangkok and a nice way to see Thailand from the ground up.
4 based on 43 reviews
Short walk from car park, along a rough track. Wonderful plants, butterflies, tall trees and flowers. Very slippery rocks around the waters edge. Little fish in the water which nibble your toes. Travelled there by tuk tuk and walked back to resort, stopping at river restaurant on the way. Walked through rubber tree plantation too. You could spend the day there swimming and relaxing in the sun or shade. Or just walk to the falls have a look and walk back to car park in 30 mins. Wonderful spot for a picnic.
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