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Price : N/A, Posted on 07/03/2011
» The Nong Mon Market is located on Sukhumvit Road along the way to Bang Saen in Chon Buri. It has gained popularity over the years and offers a vast variety of locally produced seafood products such as fish, prawns and clams. It also sells other Thai
Price : N/A, Posted on 02/04/2011
» A seaside-fishing village situated approximately 5km from town, Ang Sila is well known for its granite products. The fishermen are not only skillful in catching fish, but also in making implements from granite and have passed on their craftsmanship f
Price : N/A, Posted on 18/01/2011
» King Rama IV Monument was constructed to honour the longest second reign of any Thai king. King Rama IV was the first king to abolish slavery and replaced them with payed labour with direct taxation.
Price : N/A, Posted on 23/10/2010
» Although there are several islands in this group with different names, they are collectively known as Koh Phai (Bamboo Island). The islands are under the supervision of the Royal Thai Navy. Situated approximately 23km from Pattaya, the islands are i
Price : N/A, Posted on 25/10/2010
» This beach area is a popular destination for local tourists. The beach here is quieter than those in Pattaya, and much closer to Bangkok. The nearby town of Bang Saen is a small coastal village and home to Burapha University.
Price : N/A, Posted on 29/10/2010
» Situated between Ang Sila and Bang Saen is Khao Sam Muk, a place known by most Thais for its tragic love story. The cliff overlooking the sea has become a tourist spot where legend has it that a couple tragically ended their lives together after hav
Price : 100 - 200 Baht, Posted on 23/08/2010
» Located on the campus of Burapha University, this aquarium was built as an educational centre, and houses 180 species of fish. The species of fish on display are varied, and you can see them moving about through real coral reefs.
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