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Eastern Thailand

Eastern Thailand comprises the seven provinces that lie south of Isaan and east of the Central Plains, sandwiched between Bangkok and Cambodia. Eastern Gulf CoastThe closest beach resorts to Bangkok, this region is an absolute tourist magnet.
Pattaya is a seaside resort on the Eastern Gulf Coast of Thailand, about 150 km southeast of Bangkok.
The Eastern Gulf Coast is a popular beachside resort in Thailand and the closest one to Bangkok.
Ko Chang is an island in Trat Province, Eastern Thailand. Ko Chang is Thailand's second largest island, and the biggest in eastern Thailand.
Inner Eastern Thailand is a mountainous region in Thailand, close to the border with Cambodia.
Ko Samet, also spelled Koh Samed, is a small island off the Eastern Gulf Coast, within easy reach of Bangkok and Pattaya.
Ko Kut, Thailand's 4th largest island, is in Trat Province in the Gulf of Thailand.
Aranyaprathet is a border town in Eastern Thailand. Nearby is Poipet; Cambodia's busiest land crossing, which is the most popular tourist route for travel between Bangkok and Siem Reap.
Chanthaburi, 245 km from Bangkok, is the capital of the eponymous province in Eastern Thailand.
Jomtien is immediately south of Pattaya and is technically a part of the municipality.
Chonburi is both a city and a province in Eastern Thailand, 83 km or two hours from Bangkok.
Trat Province is a popular travel region in Eastern Thailand, mostly for Ko Chang and the surrounding islands.
Ko Si Chang is a small island, population 4,500, near Si Racha.
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