What to do in Rayong, Thailand

23/07/2019   222  4.37/5 trong 12 rates 
What to do in Rayong, Thailand
With its pristine beaches, gorgeous greenery, bustling markets, local sites, and a busy nightlife, all in all, Rayong is perfect for a quintessential Thai holiday, minus the jostling of countless tourists. Here is your to-do list for when you are in Rayong.

 
  • Indulge with the ultimate beauty and serenity on Koh Mannork

    Indulge with the ultimate beauty and serenity on Koh MannorkIndulge with the ultimate beauty and serenity on Koh Mannork

    Part of the Man islands, which consists of Koh Mannork, Manklang and Mannai. The three islands are all beautiful, but Koh Mannork is no. 1 and is also the biggest. Owned by the Thai Navy, the island is private. Come enjoy stunning natural scenery in peace and quiet and meet the gorgeous local residents: peacocks. You can start your journey from either Koh Samet or Rayong city. Nearby is Koh Mannai and the island is home to a Sea Turtle Conservation Project.

  • Go bananas in Supathra Land

    Go bananas in Supathra LandGo bananas in Supathra Land

    Photo Richard Barrow

    Supathra Land is a huge orchard growing all kinds of exotic fruits. You can buy a trip for 450 Baht around the area. A golf cart will take you to witness how durians, mangosteens, rambutans and many other kinds of Thai fruits are farmed and harvested. At the end of the trip, you will be able to try them all at a fruit buffet and after sample one of the best Thai dishes, som tam (papaya salad).

  • Enjoy a history walk on Yomjinda Road

    Enjoy a history walk on Yomjinda RoadEnjoy a history walk on Yomjinda Road

    The most important and most beautiful road in the old town area, Yomjinda Road is a strip of quaint century-old houses. Some of them are refurbished into local museums, art galleries and cafés. Said art includes photography by famous Thai photographer, Niwat Pao-in, at DaVinci Studio. You will also find his collection of retro stuff and works by his artist friends.

  • Visit the Rayong Aquarium

    Visit the Rayong AquariumVisit the Rayong Aquarium

    Most visitors to the Rayong Aquarium go inside with low expectations but leave with big smiles. It is a somewhat-limited aquarium compared to the massive operations seen in other cities, however, the 43 tanks and glass tunnel contain just enough underwater wonders.

    The Rayong Aquarium does not take long to visit, and the entrance fee of 30 baht (USD $1) is especially reasonable. Families traveling with children should keep the aquarium in mind, particularly for hot or rainy afternoons when going to the beach sounds less appealing.

  • Relax by the sea in Phe Arboretum

    Relax by the sea in Phe ArboretumRelax by the sea in Phe Arboretum

    If you do not have enough time for Koh Samet, Suan Son Beach is a good option for relaxation. It is swimmable and has good seafood restaurants and picnic spots. It also has a unique charm, tunnel-like rows of tall casuarina trees.

  • Scramble Around a Warship

    Scramble Around a WarshipScramble Around a Warship

    After visiting Tung Prong Thong, walk (30 minutes) or drive (10 minutes) over to the HTMS Prasae, a retired Royal Thai Navy warship converted into a historical display. You can explore and climb around on your own, but do not expect it to be clean, the ship is decaying and largely unrestored.

Source Internet

The poster

QuynhNhu

QuynhNhu


is member from: 10/09/2018, has 558 posts

COMMENTS

You need login before posting a comment.
No Avatar

There are no comments for this post, why are you not the first?

Others posts