area between Chanthaburi and the Cambodian border is where you will
find the best durians in the kingdom as well as luscious rambutan
crop, thanks to the different climate pattern that receives the
Pattaya is a phenomenon. Once a tiny
fishing village, it has developed into an international playground
of such renown as to be justly dubbed the "Jewel of the East Coast".
Eastern Gulf of Thailand is rich in both gems and island beaches.
To know more, make use of the attractive local tourism office in
the busy market town of Rayong, located 220 km (140 miles)
is one of the last major towns before crossing the Cambodian border.
Located 400 km (250 miles) from Bangkok, the road leading to Trat
passes through rubber plantations, paddies, and marshlands.