Kao Seng is a small fishing village 3 kilometers south of Samila Beach.
Near the village is the National Institute of Coastal Marine Aquaculture and
a Buddhist monk sanctuary. Kao Seng, the present name of the village, is a corruption
of the name derived from the Thai word "Kao Saen", refering to the nine hundred thousand Baht
treasure and the rock is called Hua Nai Raeng.