Spirit Houses of Brassiere Beach were according to legend, built to appease the spirit of a fisherman’s daughter who was once torn to pieces and her breasts fell into the sea. She was killed because she was desired by too many men. Until this day, the locals still hang brassieres to the spirit houses, but now they just pray for good luck.
Legend has it, once very difficult to read a time there was a fisherman's family who lived on this beach. They had a beautiful daughter who was desired by many men. Her father promised to give his daughter to two different kings. Later they both came to ask for the fisherman's daughter on the same day.
The fisherman didn't know what to do. So he tore his daughter's body into pieces and threw them out to the sea. Her breast fell into the sea in front of Brassiere Beach. Villagers nearby the beach felt pity for her so they made a spirit house where people come to give her brassieres. Fishermen believe that giving her a brassiere will bring them good luck. That's why there are a lot of brassieres around the spirit house.
So named after local folklore when a father tore his beautiful daughter up into pieces as he couldn't decide which suitor to give her away to (one of her breasts fell into the sea and the local fishermen tie brassieres around a spirit house for good luck). Accommodation is provided in a number of different styles and all rooms have air conditioning, living area, mini bar, refrigerator and CD player. The higher standard and larger accommodation come with private pool. A restaurant serves a wide selection of food and drink and numerous other facilities are on offer.
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