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Places to visit in Koh Jum

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What to see in Koh Jum

There are no monuments to visit in Koh Jum. Here the beaches are the main attractions. It is possible to walk along the west coast between the beaches. In Koh Jum, we visit the nature and beaches.
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  • Koh Jum beaches
    There are 6 on the island. The most popular ones are Ting Rai Beach, Andaman Beach and Golden Pearl Beach, they all offer vast and sparsely populated expanses of sand. A path can connect the beaches. This is an opportunity for pleasant walks.
  • The nature
    still only a little disturbed by the hand of man, you can have nice serene walks.

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Phra Prang Sam Yot

Phra Prang Sam Yot

located on a little hill not far from the railway, it consists of 3 prangs and is very popular with monkeys, it is the most famous monument in Lopburi.


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Wat Phra Singh

Wat Phra Singh

the most visited temple in the city, it is a perfect illustration of the nothern architectural style


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Sanctuary of Truth

Sanctuary of Truth

probably the most interesting monument in Pattaya, this temple by the sea in the area of Naklua is gigantic wooden construction built according to ancestral techniques


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Shadow puppets museum

Shadow puppets museum

This museum is dedicated to <em>Nang Talung</em>, a traditional shadow puppets theater. You can see shadow puppets show and also the process of creating puppets. There is also an interesting...


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