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The freshly-renovated Centara Q Resort Rayong is an oasis of modern comfort, located at Laem Mae Phim Beach, a narrow fringe of fine golden sands that surrounds the Gulf of Thailand. You’ll find a complete range of activities and diversions at the resort, from water sports through to spa pampering amid the tranquil setting of the poolside garden or beach. 

The resort is just three hour’s drive away from Bangkok and a one-hour drive away from the attractions and golfing opportunities of the resort town of Pattaya. If you're keen on water sports, the islands of Koh Lan and Koh Sak, off the coast of Pattaya, are ideal for diving and snorkelling, while the islands of Koh Samet and Koh Talu, closer to the resort, are purely and simply a relaxed island getaway. Our tour desk will gladly arrange visits to nearby waterfalls, limestone caves, national parks and local markets. 

Getting to the resort by road:

  • By car, Route No.1 - Sukhumvit Road (Highway No.3): Starting from Bangkok and passes Bangpu District, Chonburi Town, Bangsaen, Sri Racha District, Pattaya, Hat Jomtien, Sattahip District, Ban Chang District to arrive in the centre of Rayong Province. The total distance is approximately 220 kilometres.
  • By car, Route No.2 - The most popular route, starting from Bangna-Trat Road (Highway No.34) via Bang Phli and Bang Bo District (Samut Prakan Province) and change to Highway No.3 at km. 70. The total distance is approximately 220 kilometres.
  • By car, Route No.3 - Use the motorway, starting from Phatthanakarn Road, Prawet District, Bangkok and drive all the way up to Pattaya (120 kilometres), then change to highway No.36 and proceed for another 50 kilometres to Rayong.

Tourist Attractions

Koh Samet

Named after the samet tree or cajuput tree, found in abundance on the island, beguiling island retreat Koh Samet is a place where powdery sands meet crystal clear waters, creating coves and stretches where fabulous sunsets and sunrises can be happened upon. This popular weekend getaway has retained a relaxed ambiance and relatively pristine environment due to its National Park status, with no less than 14 beaches and narrow, winding roads that zigzag across the island. Koh Samet is also home to exotic wildlife including monkeys, gibbons and hornbills.

Crossing from Bam Phea to Koh Samet by local fishing boat takes approximately 30 minutes. You will also have the choice of reaching Koh Samet by speedboat.

Koh Man Archipelago

Lying five kilometres off the shore of Laem Mae Phim, the Koh Mun archipelago is made up of three idyllic islands: Koh Man Nai, Koh Man Klang and Koh Man Nok, which owe their reputation as tropical island getaways to their immaculate white sandy beaches.  Koh Man Nai has been developed into a Sea Turtle Preservation Sanctuary, which is open to the public – and that means you.

Koh Talu

A 40-minute speedboat ride from the resort, the island of Koh Talu is a popular destination for when you’d like to try some kayaking, snorkelling and scuba diving. Koh Talu owes its reputation as a tropical island getaway to the powdery white-sand beaches on the south and east of the island, great coral and the natural rocky bridge that protrudes off the northern tip of the island. 


With over 20 quality golf courses, Pattaya and Rayong are both ideal places to tee off in style. Previously the venue for several US LPGA events, the Old Course and Plantation Course at Siam Country Club are both must-try courses. Previously a members-only course, Burapha Golf Club has hosted several professional tournaments including the 2010 Thailand Open. Other highly popular golf courses include the Pete Dye-designed Khao Kheow Golf Club and the Laem Chabang International Country Club, designed by Jack Nickaus, both featuring 27 holes. Set in wooded, rolling terrain nearby Jomtien, and with views over the Gulf of Thailand, the Phoenix Gold Golf & Country Club has three nines designed by Dennis Griffiths. Last but not least, St Andrews 2000 Golf Club in Rayong is rated as one of the region’s most engaging golf courses.