Ko Kham Undersea Park, Sattahip

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Explore the local underwater wildlife with a trip to Ko Kham Undersea Park, an ecotourism site under protection by the Royal Thai Navy. You can explore the underwater natural world by snorkeling or by taking a tour on a glass-bottomed boat. The sandy shores of the beach also boast a small aquarium, where visitors can feed fish and turtles, walk through a glass tunnel, and see jellyfish. Use our Sattahip tour planner to add Ko Kham Undersea Park and other attractions to your Sattahip vacation plans.
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  • August 30, 2017
    I wonder how in any Aquarium ... new no what is interesting for the first time. many varieties of sea inhabitants, have all
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  • May 20, 2017
    Departure from Bangkok from 4 to hit up ferry Island, Episode 9:00 a.m., and then skip steps 11 problem because actually little boats must wait queue, then it takes about 20 minutes, crossing the beautiful Ko Kham. Crystal clear sea. Fish can be seen swimming with the naked eye. Snorkeling equipment can be rented at the facade of a military officer, and don't forget to put a life jacket because the water is relatively deep. The bathroom is fairly limited fresh water park is not permitted to use SOAP, shampoo, on the island of in. We have just washed with water and then come to bathe on shore, in. The food section, we carry food, water, carry a bottle of each individual box. Just enough, and it brings back throw garbage on shore. We walk back to the ship's side for the final checkout process. Note: the Park is not allowed on the island, in.
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  • May 8, 2017
    Like much of Koh Kham suited to one day affordable prices. There is little to go as a couple or with friends, it has to go.
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  • August 18, 2016
    Very nice view and sea, good place to snorkeling
  • January 2, 2016
    Very crowded, higher price for foreigners. Island has clear water, some coral and fish, but you get to see more and more beautiful fish at the pier. Island is an underwater national park managed by the navy. Book tickets by phone before you come or get here before 8 am on a busy day. After tickets were sold out some people went to optional koh Saemsarn (bigger island nearby). Boats leave at 9, 10 and 11am, come back at 13, 14 and 15h.
  • January 26, 2017
    Nice place to visit
  • August 5, 2015
    fool so gool~
  • February 17, 2017
    By sailor There is a view point, walk up to see the top pretty much clear water, snorkeling and kayaking.
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Quieter than neighboring resorts, Sattahip offers a good range of accommodations, though not quite the variety provided by Pattaya. Close to the sea, find mid-range and expensive resort-style hotels, along with comfortable and more economical guesthouses. Stay closer to the main road running parallel to the coast to pay less for rooms without sea views.
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