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Khai Muk Beach

Khai Muk Beach

4.4/522 Reviews
Snorkeling/Diving
Beach
Open all day (Local time)
If you don't like to be too busy and are looking for a quiet place to look at the sea, then Pearl Beach is a good choice. The reason why it is called Pearl Beach is because the scenery of the whole beach is like a white pearl inlay, which is very beautiful. It is ideal for snorkeling and the surrounding accommodations are also very convenient.
Kaibae Meechai Elephant Camp

Kaibae Meechai Elephant Camp

5/53 Reviews
Zoo
Elephant Riding
Koh Wai

Koh Wai

4.5/511 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
Snorkeling/Diving
Open all day (Local time)
Wei Island is one of the four islands tour. The beach is very shallow and extends to the sea. The sea is untainted and crystal clear. It is a good place for snorkeling and has different features in different sea areas. Some are rich in coral reefs, several are habitats of various fish and some have diverse marine life. It is very beautiful.
Ko Rang

Ko Rang

4.2/56 Reviews
Snorkeling/Diving
Beach
Ko Rang is part of the Koh Chang National Park. It has a large number of primitive coral reefs in Thailand. A large mangrove forest is unspoiled, and the sea is very visible. The beach is white and delicate. It is a very suitable place for diving. . Snorkeling shows more corals than fish, making it a great place to watch corals up close.
Koh Kood Divers

Koh Kood Divers

4.6/515 Reviews
Snorkeling/Diving
Pattaya Elephant Village

Pattaya Elephant Village

4.3/5397 Reviews
Zoo
Elephant Camp
Performances
Theme Park
Monday-Sunday 8:30-19:00. (Local time)
Pattaya Elephant Village is a not-for-profit elephant sanctuary located in Pattaya in the Thai Province of Chonburi. It was originally used to train elephants to perform labor, but has now become a famous tourist destination. The elephant village was established in 1973 to provide a safe place for former working elephants that have been injured or fallen ill. Visiting the elephant village is not only a near-spiritual experience, but an act of charity, as visitors’ entrance fees go towards providing for the elephants both now and in the future.
The Island of Princess Shameishan

The Island of Princess Shameishan

4.4/551 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
Snorkeling/Diving
The Island of Princess Shameishan is a royal navy base in Thailand. The island is full of natural beauty. Its clear blue water looks even more stunning under the azure sky and white clouds. It is a very popular snorkeling spot in central Thailand, and its well-developed corals and colorful tropical fishes rival those of Phuket. Its beaches are made of fine white sands. There are also activities such as motorboats and snorkeling on the island, which is an ideal destination for a relaxing holiday.
Sri Muang Park

Sri Muang Park

5/51 Reviews
Cycling
Botanical Garden
Pattaya Diving and Scuba Diving

Pattaya Diving and Scuba Diving

4.4/520 Reviews
Snorkeling/Diving
SvayChek Organic Farm

SvayChek Organic Farm

5/51 Reviews
Farm
Cycling
Hiking
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