Chaweng is the largest and most popular of Samui's beaches, and is usually divided into three sections: North Chaweng, Central Chaweng and Chaweng Noi (Little Chaweng) around a headland to the south. Chaweng Beach is the longest beach on Samui Island's east coast. It attracts many young travelers and families alike, but still remains good value for money. The beach is approximately 7 km long with powdery white sand. It is bordered by emerald-blue waters and a coral reef where waves break, leaving the bay quite peaceful. Not far from the beach, there are two small islands near the reef. Chaweng is also the nightlife capital of Koh Samui. Live music, dance floors and live sports are the trademark of the bars, pubs and clubs here. Green Mango Club and Disco, Reggae Pub, The PFC and Black Jack Pub are some of the famous Chaweng nightspots.