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Land and Resources, Coastline

mangrove swamps, Andaman Sea, Gulf of Thailand, coral reefs, Hua Hin

Thailand has a long and intricate coastline measuring 3,200 km (2,000 mi). It faces the Andaman Sea in the west and the Gulf of Thailand in the east and south. The coast is characterized both by rocky shoreline and more gentle shorelines with mangrove swamps, beaches, and offshore coral reefs. Resorts built on Thailandís beaches are popular tourist destinations, and some, such as Pattaya in the southeast and Hua Hin in the south, have become particularly famous.



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mangrove swamps, Andaman Sea, Gulf of Thailand, coral reefs, Hua Hin, Pattaya, popular tourist destinations, Resorts, south

 
 

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