Rayong, which is located approx. 220 kilometers from Bangkok, another delightful seaside province on Thailand’s eastern gulf coast. Most of Rayong province is marked by mountains interspersed by flat plains and large tracts of fruit plantations and forests. However, the province is most well known for beaches stretching along its 100-kilometer coastline and scenic waterfalls.
Aside from these natural attractions,Rayong produces alot of seafood products, such as shrimp paste, fish sauce, and dried seafood, and grows a number of tropical fresh fruits like rambutan, mangosteen,pineapple and durian are the most famous. You can stop by midway to Rayong and try fresh fruits and local products. As well as popular for its petrochemical plants and most of hotels are pack with those EPCC (Engineering, Procurement, Construction contractors) personnel.
Most restaurants on Rayong serve a variety of cuisines, including Thai and international foods and plenty of seafood; and prices are reasonnable too. Alot of nightlife activities are there too.
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