nearby attractions

Bangsaen Beach

Bang Saen beach is a very popular long beach with plenty to do - withing easy reach of bangkok and Chonburi. A relaxing, but active area, away from city life.Together with that, it is around 12 – 14kms from the principal city of Chonburi, so makes for a regular weekend retreat from the hectic pace of city life. However, its nearness to Bangkok and Chonburi is not the only reason for its popularity.

Wonnapa beach

Wonnapa beach is the southernmost beach. From Bangsaen Beach Quiet atmosphere Currently, Wonnapa Beach has been greatly improved. To accommodate more tourists. Those who visit at Wonnapa Beach It is easy. The mat is sitting on the couch. There are only canvas chairs at the beach. The people who visit the beach are not popular in the water. Wonnapa Beach People I will sit by the rocks. Fresh air and cool sea breezes. It is also used here is a photo shoot. It is a beautiful scene.

Fish Bridge, Wonnapha

Fish Bridge Wonnapha living at the end of Wonnapa beach, you will see the beach of Won Napa. The bridge extends into Bang Saen. The surrounding area is filled with boat people watching the dock along the river. This corner still reflects some of the traditional fishing communities. The remains are not much. Some fishermen's way of life still appears.

Khao Sam Muk

Khao Sam Muk is a small hill, situated between Ang Sila and Bangsaen Beach Rd. The foot of the hill is also the home of the holy shrine of Chao Mae Sam Muk. It is where the locals visit to commemorate the legend of the lovers who ended their lives tragically after vowing their eternal love for each other in 18th century.

The Institute of Marine Science of Burapha University

The Institute of Marine Science of Burapha University is adjacent to Burapha University. Before reaching Bangsaen beach, there is an area of 30 rai, divided into 3 parts: the Museum of Marine Science. Saltwater Aquarium And Marine Science Research Laboratory. Admission: Thai children 40 baht adults 80 baht Foreign children 120 THB Adult 220 THB

Wang Saen Suk

Wang Saen Suk or Wang Saen Suk Hell Garden features religious sculptures on the area of 32 rai, featuring large and small ghastly figures displaying the suffering and punishment received after death from doing bad deeds. It was built by the Venerable Phothisatto Foundation as reminders for people to keep high moral standards and the faith in the Lord Buddha’s law of cause and effect.

Burapha University

Burapha University is a part of Bangsaen College of Education. It is the first institution of higher education in Thailand located in the region. It was founded on July 8, 1955, and later became Srinakharinwirot University. Bangsaen Campus on June 29, 1974 was upgraded to Burapha University on July 29, 1990 and changed its status as a state supervised university on January 9, 2008.

Bangsaen Walking Street

Bangsaen Walking Street is one of most popular shopping area in Bangsaen. In 2009, it has been introduced by administrators in Bangsaen city in order to be an attractive spot for tourists and be also a new business area for Bangsaen people. Successful Bangsaen walking street come from variety leisure activities and a wide range of products offered.

Laemtan Bangsaen

Laemtan is either a relaxing place and a view point of Bangsaen. This place is located next to Bangsaen Beach. At the day time, Laemtan is a space for seeing the view of seawater and Sammuk hill. At night,on the other hand, it becomes a popular place for people to enjoy relaxing activities, such as laying down for earning gentle sea breeze, playing the guitar and take something to eat here. It is really popular at night, in other words.

Thepsathit Phra Kiti Chalerm Chinese Shrine

Thepsathit Phra Kiti Chalerm Chinese Shrine is one of the popular destinations in Ang Sila and is famous among the tourists. Visit this Thepsathit Phra Kiti Chalerm Chinese Shrine with your family or friends and plan your trip to this destination. This Thepsathit Phra Kiti Chalerm Chinese Shrine has a great experience associated with it.

bang phra reservoir

Around 15 km from Bangsaen, Bang Phra reservoir is a beautiful, natural place to visit. The reservoir itself is large, 40 km or so, and it is surrounded by lush grassland and woodland. There is a picnic area where you can relax by the water, and a pathway that meanders through the woods and around the reservoir. It’s a great place to go bird-watching and see the different species in their natural habitat.

Mangrove Forest Conserve and Natural Study Center

Mangrove Forest Conserve and Natural Study Center for Ecotourism Chonburi province It is a mangrove forest with natural abundance. Last in Chonburi The area is over 300 rai, with the cooperation of the Royal Forestry Department and Chonburi Provincial Administrative Organization. Established Center To protect the mangrove forest. And as a learning source to the people. The nature trail is the 2,300 meter long wooden bridge in Thailand.