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Lang Suan

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Lang Suan (Thai: หลังสวน) is a small town at the Central Gulf Coast of Southern Thailand. It is close to Chumphon.

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If you want to get to Lang Suan, trains from Bangkok stop over at Lang Suan and it is a nine hour ride from Bangkok to Lang Suan and another nine hours back. You could also take a non-aircon bus at the Southern Bus Terminal on Pinklao – Nakhon Chaisi Road that leaves every 7:20 a.m., 10:50 a.m., and 11:50 p.m.

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Lang Suan is a haven for those who want to get in touch with nature. There are several tourist destinations in the area where people can relax and get away from the hubbub of the busy city life. If you are into parks, you may want to visit Somdej Phra Srinkarin Chumphon. Spelunking is also a choice for those who want to visit Khao Ngoen and Khao Kriab cave. Or, if you want to experience the sea, Lam-son Beach and Khor Khao Beach are the places you can go to. There are fishermen’s community in the district which can be found in Phithak Island and Lang Suan Mouth.

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Lang Suan offers only a few places to stay at. There is Jane Hotel at 127/5 Khao Ngoen Rd. with only 29 rooms. Along Tambon Lang Suan, there is Khan Ngoen, Lang Suan Hotel and Thai Charoen. Tourists may also opt to stay at Chumphon 99 Bay Resort at 9 Mu 4 Tambon Pak Nam.

Thawat Hotel: In central Lang Suan near the market stoplight 3 way intersection. Has many rooms and motorbike taxi drivers nearby.

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Routes through Lang Suan
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