Bangsapan is a resort in the south-west of the Kingdom of Thailand, divided into two parts: Bangsapan Yai (translated from Thai as "big") and Bangsapan Noi (in Thai as "small"). Tourism is mostly in Bangsapan Yai. Hua Hin is located 180 km to the north, and 370 km to Bangkok area.
Bangsapan is famous for its waterfalls, caves, fresh water and gold mine, Koh Talu Island, which is adorned with pristine beaches and a coastal avenue of coconut trees. The island is ideal for camping, and most of its area consists of mangrove forests.
Bang Sapan resort is well-known by calmness, silence and low prices for accomodation in comfotable hotels.