Difficult to reach the coastal road, the beach of Taling Ngam is nice but not very large. The best location of this area is that occupied by the Royal Meridien which, in a lush, one of the most incredible views of the island on the hills covered with coconut palms and the sparkling waters of the Gulf of Thailand. If you are looking for peace and quiet and get away from it all, you will not be disappointed with Taling Ngam.

Towards the main road from the beach is the temple of white Wongkaran Kirin. In this temple, you can see the mummified remains of a Buddhist monk, Loung Por Ruam. And at the intersection, do not miss "the elephant gate."

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