Chao Samran Beach is in Tambon Had Chao Samran. District Phetchaburi in Phetchaburi Province Thailand, Located about 15 kilometers from the town of Phetchaburi. The beach has a calm atmosphere. With a cool breeze onsite stores, convenience stores. Restaurants nearby Can swim and the nearby fishing village. This beach sand was blowing, filling up more and more. So there is a lot of clean sand on the beach. Here is a tourist does not have to go very far and a very beautiful one.
Legend has it that King Naresuan came here Along with King Ekathosarot his brother, they are like too much in the beauty of this beach. They stayed for several days, so till the locals call this beach is Had Chao Samran. Chao Samran Beach has been very popular in the reign of King Rama 6, a famous beach than other beaches in those days. The king was ordered to create a camp called “Khai Luang Bang Talu” same the district, And has the Palace on the beach is called “Had Chao Samran Palace” Later he has changed its name to District Chao Samran Beach. Later he moved his palace to the point where it is Mrigadayavan Palace at present, because Chao Samran beach have lots flies because the palace is located near the fishing village makes the Apostolic Palace with lots flies and he overheard a vassal in his complaint that “King happy (Chao Samran) but courtiers tired” and the beach, this fresh water scarcity. so please have finally moved on.
Our dinner at Had Chao Samran Beach by ‘Kruor Phen Roong” restaurant near the beach. The prices as in the menu, no charge, the value for money. By the way he say “The municipality has to control the quality of each shops for not to the occurrence of complaints from tourists and to impress visitors to come back here again.”
Crab Omelette 80 Baht, green papaya salad 30 Baht, glass noodle spicy salad 100 Baht, Shrimps spicy salad 100 Baht, steamed fish with lemon 280 Baht, rice 40 – 50 Baht, ice 40 Baht, clean water 20 Baht/bottle, rent mat 20 Baht/mat, so its all I pay 730 Baht, not expensive prices.
Map of Had Chao Samran Beach in Phetchaburi Thailand.