Rayong is an eastern Thai province on the Gulf of Thailand, known for its national parks and beaches. On its south coast, the beach at Ban Phe is home to a fishing community and is the gateway to Koh Samet island. To the west, the long, flat Mae Ram Phueng beach offers panoramic views. Farther east, Laem Mae Phim beach has small waves and beachside restaurants.


Rayong and Koh Samet

Fly from Rayong private airfield to explore the region from the air, including Rayong town, Koh Samet, and the coastline.

Bangkok ↔ Rayong

Fly conveniently from the VIP lounge at Don Muaeng airport directly to Rayong private airfield, or vice versa, and save hours on the road.

Rayong and National Park

North of the Rayong coastline, we will fly you to see the Prasae reservoir and Khao Wong national park.


Partner Hotels

Mercure Lomtalay Villas & Resort

Mercure Rayong Lomtalay Villas and Resort is one of the newest and the trendiest destinations in Rayong with a wide range of accommodation and facilities. Located in two areas, the resort offers spectacular and upscale beachfront rooms to sea view villas. The resort area caters for all travelers and has an authentic and comfortable design. Thai flowers are integrated in the original and bold personality of the building and add layers of delicacy and freshness to the architecture.


Skydive Dropzone Thailand

A world class skydiving center and the best drop zone in Thailand, as well as with the highest standard for safety. Make your first skydive the best experience with the most exclusive sea view from 13,000 feet with the three options below.

  • Economy — Skydive only (no photo or video)
  • Deluxe — Skydive plus handy-cam video
  • VIPSkydive, handy-cam video, photograph, panorama video by a personal photographer

Other Destinations

Thailand's capital, a large city, known for shrines, vibrant street and night life, shopping malls, arts, culture and a diverse food offering. Bangkok boasts an array of unique and luxury hotels all across the city.
Chiang Rai
Apart of being the northernmost province of Thailand, Chiang Rai is located at the junction between Thailand, Myanmar and Laos where you can see Mekong view from both sides at Golden triangle.
Hua Hin
Popular as a get-away from Bangkok, and for kitesurfing and other water sports. The main stretch of sand is lined with high-end hotels and seafood shacks.
Kanchanaburi, in western Thailand, is known for its national parks of dense jungle, waterfalls and limestone caves. The area hosts the stunning Srinagarind Dam and famous River Kwai.
Khao Lak
Just north of Phuket, a series of villages, a hilly small mountainous region, and peaceful sandy beaches.
Khao Yai
Apart from quirky European villages, sprawling sunflower fields, and some of the most bizarre accommodation options, Khao Yai is also home to Thailand's largest national park where wild elephants roam free.
Koh Chang
One of the largest Thai islands in the Gulf of Thailand, containing dense, steep jungle. The coast is dotted with beaches and villages.
Koh Kood
Stunning, untouched beaches, crystal clear waters, and beautiful nature. Even during high season, the island is usually very quiet compared to other island destinations in Thailand.
Koh Lanta
Koh Lanta is an island district in Krabi Province on Thailand’s Andaman coast. It’s known for its coral-fringed beaches, mangroves, limestone outcrops and rainforests.
Koh Lipe
Koh Lipe is a Thai island in the Andaman Sea, near Malaysia's border. It is part of Tarutao National Marine Park, which is populated with small islands and known for its coral-rich waters.
Koh Phangan
One of the most beautiful and wild islands. Just north of Koh Samui, the island is renowned for its monthly Full Moon Party. It also boasts quieter white-sand beaches and select luxury resorts.
Koh Racha
Less than 20 km south of Phuket, known as the perfect destination for those who desire a relaxing vacation or want to explore coral reefs by diving and snorkeling.
Koh Samui
Known for its palm-fringed beaches, coconut groves and dense, mountainous rainforest, plus luxury resorts and posh spas.
Koh Talu
The most stunning island in Prachuap Khiri Khan province, Koh Talu has a steep high cliff on the west, and gorgeous white sandy beaches on the east and south sides.
Koh Tao
Koh Tao is known for its tropical coral reefs, with species including whale sharks and rays. Hawksbill and green turtles gather here to breed.
Koh Yao
Koh Yao Yai and Koh Yao Noi are islands in the Andaman Sea, halfway between Phuket and Krabi. It is characterized by sandy shores, mangroves, rubber plantations and fishing villages.
Krabi is a stunning coastal province located in southern Thailand, known for its picture-perfect beaches, turquoise waters, and towering limestone cliffs.
Pattaya is a city on Thailand’s eastern Gulf coast known for its beaches. A quiet fishing village as recently as the 1960s, it’s now lined with resort hotels, high-rise condos, shopping malls, and entertainment.
Phi Phi Islands
An island group in between the large island of Phuket and the Krabi coast, know for their large limestone rocks jutting out of the sea.
A rain-forested, mountainous island in the Andaman Sea, with some of Thailand’s most popular beaches, mainly situated along the clear waters of the western shore.
Prachuap Khiri Khan is an attractive coastal alternative destination for visitors who want to avoid overcrowded resorts — the province may give travelers a greater insight into the “real” Thailand.

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