|Primary outflows||Gulf of Siam|
Prince Abhakara Kiartivongse (1880 – 1923), son of King Chulalongkorn, inspected Sattahip Bay in 1922 and saw that it was an ideal place to establish a naval base. Subsequently, he offered royal land in Sattahip in order to build the present-day naval facilities.
Sattahip Bay is the part of the Sattahip Naval Base area, the largest base of the Royal Thai Navy.
Sattahip Bay lies at the south end of Chonburi Province. It is open towards the southwest and is bound by limestone rock formations forming peninsulas to the west over Laem Chalak and to the southeast at Khao Chong Khaep.
|Ko Tao Mo||เกาะเตาหม้อ||Sattahip Bay group|
|Ko Phra||เกาะพระ||Sattahip Bay group|
|Ko Phra Noi||เกาะพระน้อย||Sattahip Bay group|
|Ko I Lao||เกาะอีเลา||Sattahip Bay group|
|Ko Yo||เกาะยอ||Sattahip Bay group|
|Ko Mu||เกาะหมู||Sattahip Bay group|
|Ko Maeo||เกาะแมว||Sattahip Bay group|
|Ko Nang Ram||เกาะนางรำ||Sattahip Bay group|
|Ko Chorakhe||เกาะจระเข้||Sattahip Bay group|
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