The seaside muddy shore is the living place for all shells and salt water fish and crabs. This seaside shore was built by the muddy soils and sand, called by locals as “Sai Kee Ped” – Ducky Sand. The widh : 3 km X 5 km in length and more 8 km into the Thai Gulf. During the low tide villagers will come to get Worm shells’ in the muddy shore by putting the lime water in the worm hole and catch them when they coming up. For more information call Tel : 034-723736. (Kromluang Chumporn Shrine Foundation)