Resort Activities

The 290 meters-long beachfront of Rachavadee Bankrut Resort is perfect for many activities; from sun-bathing to reading or listening to music under the shade of coconut trees. 

In some seasons, everyone in the family can enjoy fun activities in the nature including digging for Razor Clams on the beach or running after Ghost Crabs in the evening. 

Cycling along the Ban Krut beach is another popular activity. We have bike for rent available at 20THB/hour.

Fishing on the beach during the day and join the squid fishing boat in the night are possible. We can also arrange for snorkeling to colourful shallow-water corals at Talu Island. 

Visitors during Buddhist holidays can join local rituals at Wat Tang Sai, a temple on the hill top located just next to Ban Krut beach. During the nights of these occasions, the temple will be illuminated with light decoration. Local rituals includes “Wian Tian” - a ritual which people held lighted candles in their hands while walking and praying around the principle Buddha image of the temple “Phra Buddha Kiti Sirichai” or around “Phakdi Prakart” Chedi which contains Buddha’s relics. 

Wat Tang Sai temple opens for visitors everyday during 8.00 - 17.00 hr. Beautiful mural paintings decorate walls of the temple’s main building; visitors can also see panoramic view of Ban Krut beach from the temple which locates on top of the hill.  

The Ban Krut morning market is another colourful local attraction with fresh seafoods and varieties of local cuisines that you cannot just walk pass.  

Imagine a short breezy drive? Ao Bo Thong Larng  is a well-known bay with semi-circular shape and a small island on the waterfront is reachable by foot during low tide period. The bay is located just around 15 km. south of Rachavadee Bankrut Resort - a perfect 30 minutes drive on along the Ban Krut beach road. 

Fresh and sun-dried seafoods from Ban Krut are highly recommended local specialties. Additionally, fresh local produces (vegetables), local foods such as Hor-Mok (steamed seafood in curry paste wrapped in banana leaves), Kao-Larm (sticky rice with coconut milk and palm sugar, cooked in bamboo stick), and charcoal-roasted coconuts are popular items visitors take home. 

 

 

 

 

 

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