Bai Chong Beach Camping
The most unusual option for an overnight stay is camping at the beach – and it usual offered as part of the 2 day dive trip.
I stayed in a little one man tent that was put up by the food place on the far left side. Inside is a mat and sleeping bag and the tent has a mosquito net so you can keep it open while you sleep. So the perspective of sleeping at the beach, hearing the waves from the sea and having the sky full of stars above it is great. Unfortunately this changes in July or August, as it gets very hot – too hot. The air inside the tents was not moving, and I was hardly able to sleep at all. So some of the group I stayed with decided to sleep outside the tent on a lounger. With the mosquitos and other insects this might be not the best idea though. But staying in the tent meant having not a good night sleep.