This beach is accessible via a boarded walk way that has been washed away and repaired in places. When first stepping foot on the beach the first thing I noticed was the piles of rubbish, e.g. bottles and cans among the trees at the end of the beach. The beach itself is lovely and sandy. There is sand under the water but also large rocks which can make it uncomfortable underfoot; my companion put her sandals on when in the water. There are less rocks further along the beach.
Sun loungers are conveniently located under shady trees and are for hire for 50 baht for the day. Getting to the beach costs 30baht per person from Naban pier. Several dogs roam free on the beach. Showers available for 50 baht.
There is little choice in eating; the food is ok and reasonably priced by western standards but expensive by Thai standards... meal for two with 4 simple vegetarian dishes, rice and drinks was 640 baht.
This is one of the better beaches on Koh Larn if you are looking for the less touristy.
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