Rent a small motorcycle, from Huaxin Beach to this quiet southern area. Perhaps my impression of the sea has remained in the interest of all kinds of marine life, so I prefer Sansong to Qiyan, which everyone praises. The sand of Qiyan is too hard and the water of Huaxin is too turbid. Only here can we see the rising sea water at 7 a.m. and the crabs crawling out of the holes, big or small, not to mention more interesting. In the last half day of Huaxin, the time was given to it, which made people linger and forget to return.
From downtown Huaxin, about 300 baht could be reached, and there were fewer clean sandy young people than Huaxin beach. They could play with Chopsticks Hill (sometimes called the scenic Monkey Temple) and the seafood market. Rent a set of beach chairs (2 chairs, 1 table and 1 umbrella, 110 baht/day, the whole beach Aizanaza!) Swimming, sunbathing, daze, digging sand, picking shells... Bubble it all afternoon, don't mention how beautiful it is!
Sansong Pratiput Beach is located to the south of Huaxin. It is the longest and most tranquil section of Huaxin Beach. The degree of development here is not deep, so there are not many supporting facilities, but as the original ecological beach, the greatest advantage here is the undisturbed environment and beautiful scenery.
Very beautiful beach, the sand is softer than Huaxin beach, and the water is bluer. Many foreigners rent beach chairs to bask in the sun. Unfortunately, we went to Chopsticks Hill that day, so we wore shoes and did not go to the sea. Unfortunately, we did not go to the sea.
Sansong Pratiput Beach is like Huaxin before developers moved in. There are no big hotels, only low shacks in pine forests, a Buddhist community and a small fishing village. Cleaner than Huaxin Bay, an amazing 7 - 8 km unspoiled beach with several small islands dotted with the horizon.