Along the main road on the right, past the third Seven Eleven, we found a small sign pointing to this lovely tiny paradise in the middle of the tropical Thai jungle. The access road is paved for three or four kilometres, then the next two are a sandy trail that is accessible by car, the last kilometre stretch from the gate has to be done on foot. You can do it in flip flops, but I recommend sneakers. It's short, but full of ups and downs, and in the middle, the jungle closes around you making trekking challenging. However, the beautiful beach is worth it. The stream ends in a small lake from a waterfall, and is a treat for the senses.