The neighborhood is a great laid-back neighborhood , just 10 minutes from the nice pine-tree beach of Prayoon Beach, and less than 25 mins from Satahip naval base and beach reserve.
A comfortable 2-storey townhouse just 5 minutes from Phayoon beach located at BanChang District, Rayong province, and just 20-minutes from U-tapao international airport. The townhouse is located inside the Sinthavee Park village with an attractive landscape and good security. The geographic terrain around the village are mountain ranges on one side and the Phayoon beach(Gulf of Thailand) on the other...good for those who likes to bike and stroll the seashores. Good for long stay vacationers..too. Long term stay preferred, but short term stay welcome! The townhouse has one master bedroom and one single room on the 2nd floor both airconditioned, one bathroom on ground floor and one on the 2nd floor. The living room on the ground floor is also airconditioned. There is also a cozy nice kitchen on the ground floor and a small garden in the carpark area. Your stay should be very pleasant as there is also a large Tesco Lotus supermarket in Banchang just a few minutes drive from the townhouse.. A small traditional fishing village is situated towards the Phayoon beach, as well as local fresh market to add to your convenience. Night time will see Banchang light up with hawker food stalls that will delight your palate. The bus from Bangkok parks right at the intersection of Phayoon Road and old Sukhumvit Road. An added attraction is the nearby Sattahip naval base where sea is well preserved and food is great!.
Rayong is another delightful seaside province on Thailand’s eastern Gulf coast. Most of Rayong Province is marked by mountains interspersed by flat plains and large tracts of fruit plantations and forests. However, the province is most well known for its pristine beaches stretching along its 100-kilometres coastline and its scenic waterfalls set amidst exotic surroundings. Aside from these natural attractions, Rayong produces an abundance of seafood products, such as shrimp paste, fish sauce, and dried seafood, and grows a number of tropical fruits of which rambutan, mangosteen and durian are the most famous.