Ko-Sichang has many beaches, all with cleaner, clear water than any mainland beach on the Gulf.

By far the biggest, best and most popular is Haad Tham Phang (Collapsed Cave Beach). There you'll find umbrellas, deck chairs, drinks and snacks, plus kayaks, inner tubes and other swimming aids.

Others are smaller, more secluded and often pristine. None of these places have lifeguards, but the drop-off is very gradual at all the beaches, and the surf is seldom any threat




Tham Phang (Collapsed Cave) Beach is far the most popular on the island.
As the picture shows, it boasts canvas deck chairs and umbrellas for rent;
further inland there's a modest restaurant, some bungalows, and facilities
for a shower and change after your swim. Samlor fare from the market area
is about B80--which was fair enough when the road was an unpaved track.
Coming or going, ask to take the road over the hill by Wat Tham Yaai Prik,
which offers some spectacular views.

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