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Eastern Gulf Coast 

The Eastern Gulf Coast is a popular beachside resort in Thailand and the closest one to Bangkok.
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Pattaya is a seaside resort on the Eastern Gulf Coast of Thailand, about 150 km southeast of Bangkok.
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Ko Samet, also spelled Koh Samed, is a small island off the Eastern Gulf Coast, within easy reach of Bangkok and Pattaya.
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Chanthaburi, 245 km from Bangkok, is the capital of the eponymous province in Eastern Thailand.
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Jomtien is immediately south of Pattaya and is technically a part of the municipality.
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Chonburi is both a city and a province in Eastern Thailand, 83 km or two hours from Bangkok.
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Ko Si Chang is a small island, population 4,500, near Si Racha. In the Gulf of Thailand, Ko Si Chang's proximity to the shipping …
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Sattahip is on the gulf coastline of Eastern Thailand, at the southwest tip of Chonburi Province.
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Rayong is a city on the Eastern Gulf Coast of Thailand. On the east coast of Thailand, 179 km from Bangkok, modest beaches dotted around Rayong Province are tranquil paradises for sea lovers who seek hideaways near the capital.
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Ban Phe is on the gulf coastline of Eastern Thailand in Rayong Province. Ban Phe was previously mainly known as a stop-over for the Ko Samet National Park “Khao Laem Ya-Mu Ko Samet" as well as a seafood processing town, mainly for fish sauces.
Bang Saen
Bang Saen is a beach town on the Eastern Gulf Coast of Thailand. It is the closest beach to Bangkok.
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Si Racha is in Eastern Thailand, between Bangkok and Pattaya, and is the gateway to the island of Ko Si Chang.
Ko Laan
Ko Laan is 7.5 km west of Pattaya. It covers an area of 5.6 and has six popular beaches with a decided "day-trip" flavour.
Ko Sak
Ko Sak is an island off the coast of Pattaya. Six hundred metres north of Ko Laan is Ko Sak, a small island shaped like an upturned horseshoe.
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Laem Chabang is a seaside city on the Eastern Gulf Coast. It is Thailand's 19th largest city by population.
The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes. - Marcel Proust
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