Khao Laem Sing Forest Park - It covers a total land and marine area of 9,500 rai,
including dry evergreen forest and beach forest which are home to important flora
and fauna. Marine life can be found on beaches and islands.
Khao Laem Sing - a small hill located 172 metres above sea level, with a pile of
rocks that looks like a crouching lion at the front and that gave it the name Khao
Laem Sing or the hill of a lion cape.
In front of Ao Krathing is Koh Nom Sao - which covers an area of about 150 rai
of wild and densely growing plants. There are steep cliffs in the south, and beaches
and coral reefs of some 500 metres long ideal for diving in the north.
Hat Khung Wiman - Located 50 Kilometres from Chanthaburi in Amphoe Na Yai Am.
Laem Sadet–Ao Khung Kraben - Ao Khung Kraben also accommodates the royally - suggested
Ao Khung Kraben Development Study Centre which won the Thailand Tourism Awards 2002.
The centre is responsible for research and study for appropriate development guidelines
of Chanthaburi’s shoreline.
Ao Khung Kraben Non-hunting Area - The area suffered deforestation 40 years ago
and has just recently seen pioneer plants. There are four types of forest within
the area; namely, dry evergreen forest, mixed deciduous forest, beach forest and
Hat Chao Lao - Located 19 Kilometres from Amphoe Tha Mai next to Hat Laem Sadet.
Laem Sadet Arboretum - 25 Kilometres from Amphoe Tha Mai, the picturesque small
beach is shady with pine trees and several beach plants.
Khao Chamao–Khao Wong National Park - the headwater of Lam Nam Prasae–Rayong’s
principal river, covering a total area of about 83 square kilometres in Amphoe Khao
Chamao, Rayong Province, and Amphoe Kaeng Hang Maeo, Chanthaburi Province.
Ban Samet Ngam Chanthabun Mat Weaving Centre - located at Tambon Nong Bua, Amphoe
Mueang Chanthaburi, seven Kilometres from the provincial city. The villagers usually
weave mats out of their harvesting season. The centre also puts on exhibition various
steps of reed mat weaving as well as their traditional designs.