Joined to the mainland by a road is this tiny island. Nothing much goes on here, but there is a turtle farm, a Chinese temple and large statue of Guan Yin, the Chinese goddess of mercy. Locals ritualistically release fish back into the sea here for good luck and use the slot machine-like devices to have their fortune told -- you choose one depending on the day of the week on which you were ... Read more about Ko Loy .
There's always someone in a bar who will tell you should have been in Thailand 20 years ago. You may not be able to turn back time, but Ko Si Chang is the next best thing, offering a look at how life here used to be. It really hasn't changed over the past two decades and today there are few cars, fewer convenience stores and zero nightlife. A couple of beaches, a Chinese temple and a former royal ... Read more about Ko Si Chang .
The park is the epicentre of Sri Racha, and the place where locals come to chat, go online or work out. With the sea as a backdrop, early evening is a good time to visit as the sunsets can be impressive. Several coffee shops offer drinks and snacks. At 18:00 on weekdays a mass aerobic workout takes place, led by a super-enthusiastic ... Read more about Health Park .
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