Thong Chai Mountain:
You can have a good view of Bankrut beach from the top of “Thong Chai Mountain” where you can enjoy the vast bay and rows of coconuts trees in the distance. On top of this mountain stands a huge sitting Buddha statue of “Phra Kittisrichai” which was established to celebrate the 60th birthday of “Queen Sirikitt”. This is also the site of “Krom Luang Chumporn Ked Udom Suk” Pavilion, which is deeply respected by mariners.
Phra Mahathatchedi Pakdeeprakaat
The splendid nine spires, designed by M.R. Mitrarun Kasemsri-National Artist and Royal Architect, was built for commemorate the 50th anniversary of His Majesty the King's Reign.
Near By.. Ban Krut
Namtok Huai Yang
Namtok Huai Yang is a small 9-tiered waterfall near the office of the Huai Yang National Park. It is popular for those wanting to relax due to its scenery and interesting nature study route.
Koh Thalu, Koh Sang, KohSing
These islands located close to one another. Geographically, it comprises beaches, mountains and coconut groves with abundant and white sandy beaches such as Ao Muk, surrounded by a scenic atmosphere, white sand and a nicely coloured sea and corals.
Koh Thalu is famous in place of skin-dive (Snorkeling) one of nearest place from bangkok. Take half day trip (8am.-2pm.) form pier at Bansapan (around 15Km. from resort).