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Ideal for fun and relaxation, Laemsing Whitehouse Resort is located in the Laem Sing area of Chanthaburi. From here, guests can enjoy easy access to all that the lively city has to offer. With its convenient location, the hotel offers easy access to the city's must-see destinations.

Laem Sing Beach

Laem Sing is peaceful, with rarely anything more than sounds of laughter. However, there was a banana boat, desperately looking for clients it seems. The beach is populated for the most part by Thais, and other than the peaceful atmosphere and solitude, there is little of interest for tourists. But, if you want to get away from the touristy type of places, look no further than this beach. A few foreigners – farangs – venture to the beach just for that.

Chicken drops jail -Kook Kee Kai

The notorious prison Khuk Khi Kai, just before Laem Sing beach, was built to hold Thais who were against the French occupation of Chanthaburi in 1893. A 7-meter high, square-shaped prison, it was built in bricks with each side measuring 4.40 meters. The walls were holed for ventilation. The porous roof is said to have been used as chicken coop through which the birds dropped their excrements to prisoners as one of the torture method.

Red House

Tuek Daeng is located in Pak Nam Laem Sing District, Laem Sing Distrcit, near the pier and Khuk Khi Kai, 30 kilometers away from Chanthaburi town. Built in 1893 in the same time as Khuk Khi Kai, Tuek Daeng is a single storey red building with red-tile roof. The 7-meter-wide and 32-meter-long structure was made of brick and painted in red (Daeng.) Inside the building, it consists five rooms, all linked to each other, and has terraces lengthwise.

Oasis Sea World

Oasis Sea World attracts visitors who delight in watching the exciting dolphin shows and other entertaining activities such as playing with dolphins and fish spa. Also on hand are butterfly farm and other animals. These dolphins were mainly accidentally caught in fishermen’s nets in the Gulf of Thailand before being treated and trained by experts.

Laem Sing National Park

Khao Laem Sing is a small hill with 172-meter hight above the sea level. Located to the east of the mouth of Chanthaburi River, it has a cape jutting into the sea which looks like a sprawling lion. Visitors can also visit an old fortification called Pom Phairi Phinat built during the reign of King Rama III (1824-1851).

Samed Ngam Shipyard Museum

Samed Ngam Shipyard is approximately 11 kilometres far from Mueng District of Chantaburi province. The area was assumed to be firstly used by King Taksin of Thonburi as a shipyard to prepare vehicles for the battle against Burmese Army in 2310 B.E. According to Chantanumat of the royal chronicle of Thonburi, King Taksin had 100 ships built in Chantaburi before moving the troops to battle against Burma. Moreover, numerous stumps of Iron Wood trees were found at the nearby Samed Ngam temple.

The Cathedral of Immaculate Conception

Chanthaburi's Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception is the largest Catholic building in Thailand. With its two towers, it became the symbol of the city. It is the the fifth church built there. Inaugurated in 1909 with the installation of a huge bell in one of its towers, it was built during the nearly 10 years of French occupation of Chanthabun (now Chanthaburi). It has quite classic Gothic style. The cathedral stands on a small plaza where a statue of the Virgin Mary stands a few meters in front of the main entrance of the building.