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Rayong Aquarium, Rayong
(4.1/5 based on 180+ reviews on the web)
Go below sea level at Rayong Aquarium, dedicated to Thailand's aquaculture. The 43 tanks here recreate natural habitats for a variety of species. Walk through the underwater glass tunnel to get an up-close look at the huge fish swimming overhead. Try to spot saltwater and freshwater creatures, including sea urchins, turtles, big grouper, sea horses, and lobsters. Step outside for a view of the outdoor shark and stingray pond. Stop by the onsite shell museum, and don't miss the exhibit of traditional handpainted fishing boats. Add Rayong Aquarium to your Rayong travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Rayong trip itinerary planner.
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  • Don't miss it if you go to Rayong. The fish are highlighted. Very well maintained with all of the marine fauna of Thailand.
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  • Rayong Aquarium is just (18.11.2016) opened after renovation. Pools are cleaned and the overall feel is helpful. A lot to look at in adults and children. Even large fish and turtles, perhaps the greatest specialty (at least for me) was the sea horses. Want to go first thing in the morning, which may be viewed at your leisure. When the Thai groups arrive, is the tumult inside pretty hard. Entrance fees adults 30baht. (0.80 €), children 15baht. (0.40 €) The place is much more than a dream!
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  • Being on vacation in ko Samet we took the ferry and we went n visited the Rayong aquarium! C is very friendly to the entrance you see sea turtles inside a dangerous fish piece there, you spend 1 corridor and you have shark fish in over your head! In addition c is not expensive at all! Really to do if you're in the area!
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