Laem Leaw is a fisherman’s village located on the mouth of Phetchaburi River in Ban Laem sub-district, Ban Laem district, Phetchaburi province. Laem Leaw is a big sand-spit stretching out into the sea. Around the mouth of the river is the mangrove forest where macaques, little egrets, black-winged Stilt, marsh sandpipers, Javan pond heron live. Near Laem Leaw, there is a restaurant named “Tubtim Thong” which is best for family dinner. Recommended menu is “fried herbal vegetables with shell” Tubtim Thong is an ideal restaurant to try the seafood due to its cheap price. The interesting thing when visiting here is “mud boarding”; the way that local people use to find the cockles in the mud along the beach. As river sediments are carried here by the river, this area is very futile and suitable for marine animals such as mollusks. Laem Leaw is an area where most cockles are collected. Getting here 1km. from Ban Laem district. From Bangkok, drive along Rama II Rd., when being on the middle of Maekhlong river bridge, drive on about 6km. from the bridge. Turn left at PTT Gas Station on the left side and drive on about 20km. passing Khao Yi San 4-way intersection to Ban Laem.