If you are in Thailand long enough, you might be hard-pressed to find clear and freshwater beaches these days. The good news is Sappaya Beach in the central Thai province of Chai-nat is a new landmark that has attracted a large number of locals and tourists from other Thai provinces.
The long sandy fresh-water beach is in the middle of the Chao Phya River, opposite Wat Kampaeng Temple in Sappaya District. Tourists have to walk on a floating wooden bridge to reach the beach, where they can sunbathe or swim in the river, according to sanook.com.
From the beach, visitors can view green trees and take photos of the temple.