Rayong Aquarium - Located in the Eastern Marine Fisheries Research and Development
Centre it houses various kinds of beautiful fish and sea plants. The centre conducts
study, research, marine biology and behaviours of marine life.
Sopha Botanical Park - This 32-rai park is lush with many kinds of trees, particularly
Thai flora. In the compound, three traditional Thai houses on stilts, nearly 100
year old, exhibit ceramics from various periods as well as prehistoric pottery from
Ban Chiang World Heritage Site.
Suan Son - Just four kilometres from Ban Phe, 29 kilometres from Rayong town, many
kinds of pine along with local trees provide shade for the visitors.
Khao Laem Ya - Mu Koh Samet National Park - The park totals an area of 81,875 rai
comprising land, sea and islands. Its major attractions include Mae Ramphueng Beach,
Khao Laem Ya, and Samet Archipelago.
Koh Samet - Some people believe that this is the miracle island in Thai classical
by Sunthon Phu. Koh Samet is a famous beach attraction of Rayong. One beach is Ao
Duean in the middle of the eastern side. This beach stretches like an almost-complete
See separate article on this island Koh Samet pages.
Koh Kruai, Koh Kham, and Koh Pla Tin - These islands are about 600 metres north
of Koh Kudi.
Koh Kudi or Koh Kut - The beach and coral reefs make it a nice place for a hideaway.
Nearby islands are Koh Thai Khangkhao and Koh Tham Ruesi.
Koh Thalu - The island is another scuba diving site among coral reefs. The island
totals an area of 69 rai, and most remains lush forest. While high cliffs occupy
the west, white sandy beaches occupy the east and south of the island.
Suan Wang Kaeo - Forest and garden, beach and beautiful bay characterizes the park.
Laem Mae Phim - Without large waves, the beach is nice for swimming. Restaurants
and bungalows are available along the beach. Laem Mae Phim is 48 kilometres from