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Saithip Butterfly Garden

Saithip Butterfly Garden is the biggest butterfly garden in Asia. There are museum about butterfly life as well as butterfly farm setting among the beautiful botanic garden. The most interesting butterfly is Edward Butterfly (atlas moths) which a giant local butterfly. Here is also home...

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Thung Prong Thong

This 6,000 Rai (about 2,400-acre) mangrove field is the largest in Rayong. This place is main supporter of the local livelihoods of fishers. And it has developed into a site of ecotourism of Pak Nam Prasae(natural areas). This place is popular for mangrove ecotourism in...

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Lalu

It is a natural phenomenon resulting from rain erosion, land subsidence etc. Due to the hardness of the soil, wind erosion could only leave it with various patterns and forms. Some look similar to the wall or cliff....

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Kasornkasivit School

Initiated by HRH Princess Maha Chaki Sirindhorn, the Chaipattana Foundation established the Kasornkasivit School with an aim to train buffaloes to work effectively in traditional agricultural practices. The school covers an area of 110 Rai on Suwannason Road, Tambon Sala Lamduan. Visitors will find 7...

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Thung Na Mui Bridge

Located in Tambon Sarika, it is an about 150-meter-long S-shaped bamboo bridge stretching into a green paddy field which has become an attraction for tourists to take photo and admire pure nature. Visitors can also buy souvenirs and other products; such as, pesticide-free fresh vegetables...

Located in Tambon Sarika, it i...

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Kong Ping Ngu

This long, winding road is named for its similarity to a slithering snake (Ngu in Thai). It is home to Thailand's largest kilometer marker, along with many beautiful waterfalls, such as Heo Sin Chai, Tat Ton and Kham Hom, which are easily accessible from this...

This long, winding road is nam...

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