Nang Ram Beach is located adjacent to Nang Rong Beach. Sattahip Naval Base, Sattahip District, Chonburi Province, inside Chuk Samet Pier. It is a popular tourist destination with a lovely beachfront setting. There’s a sandy beach and crystal-clear water. In addition to the gorgeous environment, the beach is open to the entire public. Nang Ram Beach also features full amenities, such as a club that serves food and drinks, particularly fresh seafood, at cheap prices. The hotel offers both air-conditioned and non-air-conditioned rooms. Nang Ram Beach stretches for roughly 200 metres along the coast. The Laem Pu Chao, at the end of the beach, is the enshrined location of the Krom Luang Chumphon Khet Udomsak Shrine.
What is the origin of the name?
In the past, this beach was not always like this. There was no name. Later, it was known as “Nang Ram Beach” because of the traditions and stories told by the inhabitants. According to them, Nang Ram Beach does not have a name. It is an uninhabited island that few people visit. People visit the seashore to go fishing. There was a loud sound of amazing music emanating from this island one day. The people then dubbed this island “Koh Nang Ram” and referred to it as such until now. The beach on the opposite side has been labelled “Nang Ram Beach.” The beach can be traveled every day, although it will be extremely crowded on holidays. Foreigners can enter the beach for the same price as Thais.
Nang Ram Beach
When you get to Nang Ram Beach, it is the first beach that tourists encounter. The beach is approximately 500 metres long, with pine trees providing shade throughout the length of the beach. The water is crystal clean, the sand is fine, the beach gradually dips towards the sea, the water is shallow and ideal for swimming. The section of Nang Ram Beach adjacent to Nang Rong Beach includes pebbles and rubble on the beach, making it unsuitable for swimming but ideal for photography. A little rocky promontory is located at the end of Nang Ram Beach. Between Nang Ram and Nang Rong beaches is a statue of Phra Aphai Mani and the Nang Phisuea Samudr, which is one of the beach’s landmarks and from which travellers can walk across to Nang Rong beaches.
Nang Rong Beach
When visitors walk through Nang Ram Beach, they will see “Nang Rong Beach”. Visitors can either walk or drive to the beach. Nang Rong Beach is a quiet beach with no shops, trampolines, or other amenities. It is not at all like Nang Ram Beach. The beach area appears to be natural. The broad beach area is rarely shaded by trees. The beach is approximately 700 metres long. A mountain range stretches into the water at the beach’s end. The water is clearer here than at Nang Ram Beach, but there are more rocks beneath the surface. Tourists are permitted to swim, but they must use caution due to the presence of stone cuts.
Overall, Nang Rong Beach is more suited to those who value seclusion, nature, and white sand than Nang Ram Beach. Because Nang Rong Beach is a wide open expanse of sand. There is no dam line in the centre of the water, like there is at Nang Ram Beach. The sea water runs easily, there is no debris on the beach, clean water, soft waves, and you may swim.
How to travel
Take the expressway from Bangkok to both beaches. Long arrived at Chonburi until the motorway ended. Then take Highway 36 to Pattaya, and then Sukhumvit Road from Pattaya City. Until Sattahip, this road will run parallel to Pattaya Beach. Turn right at the Sattahip Crossroads and continue along Highway No. 3 until you reach the intersection with Queen Sirikit Hospital. Turn right and continue straight until you reach the sign for the Naval Special Warfare Unit. The battle fleet is on the left; turn into it to reach Nang Ram Beach; continue straight to reach Nang Rong Beach.