The Breathtaking Beauty of Bangsaray


Not too long ago in the past, Bangsaray was just a sleepy fishing village that epitomized that special tropical Thailand environment that we love and cherish. Located just 20km from Pattaya, the modern Bangsaray still maintains its breathtaking beauty but has now become one of the most desirable residential areas on the Eastern Seaboard. The village now merges one of the most popular beaches with locals and those in the know, alongside some quality low-rise condo and villa development that give the region a new and modern feel.

Surrounded by rolling hills and jaw-dropping sea-view vistas, this pristine bay area offers a stark constrast to the hustle and bustle of Pattaya City, catapulting yourself into an oasis of charm and tranquility. With lots of local markets, quaint Ocean-view seafood eateries and laidback bars and cool parks, the Bangsaray area is a true paradise for those who wish to combine tropical brilliance and natural beauty with modernity and convenience.

The world-class atmosphere at Bangsaray Beach combines a cool choice of laidback restaurants with some of the most jaw-dropping sea-views and the freshest seafood right off the boats. 20-minutes from Pattaya, 1.5 hour from Bangkok (with a new road in construction) and within easy access to islands such as Koh Larn, living at Bangsaray is a very convenient experience. The world-class Ocean Marina Yacht Club is just 5km from Bangsaray and is the largest private yacht club in Thailand, offering the perfect solution to visit the islands. A new ferry service from Sattahip to Koh Change is currently in the pipeline, which will ensure that people living in Bangsaray will have the most choices possible.

U-Tapao Airport is only a short drive away and will be even nearer when the new motorway road that is currently being constructed un complete. U-Tapao is also currently undergoing a revamp and extension taking its yearly arrivals figures from 800,000 to 3.5 million visitors.

The Bangsaray region is one of the best-kept secrets on the Eastern seaboard that really has to be seen to be belived!


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