Thai Island and Sea Natural History Museum, Samaesan

#10 of 14 in Museums in Chonburi Province
Natural History Museum · Hidden Gem · Museum
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  • This is a museum/aquarium in samaesan. Entry fees are only 20 baht, which is very cheap. This place is definitely well up-kept, judging from the fact that there are barely any other visitors. In the.....  more »
  • This is not just a museum but also a scenic point. When you walk uphill, you will visit three buildings on the way. The first will overview you about the royal projects which are patronized by her...  more »
  • Beautiful, preserved island beaches! Had a lovely trip with co-workers our to the military island last weekend! The group was mainly America teachers, my fiancé (who’s Thai), and his sister who’d gone before. We got there by 6 and had no problem getting a que number. When they call your number for the tickets, you must be there otherwise you will be skipped! Boat to the island took only a few minutes. There’s only two beaches we could go to, but they were so BEAUTIFUL! Kayaks too! The only downsides I thought were the snorkeling trip, costs 50 baht and that’s about the quality of what you get/see. The only real “meals” on the island were mama noodles. And we all got BURNT real bad! Pull out that 100 spf and chap stick! I almost never burn on Thai beaches, but the sun beams are harsh here! Do be worried to if your not Thai, just #3 bring a Thai friend & there passport #2 get there early so you can make it on the island, there’s only 700(?) a day on the island! 👏
  • Now this was unexpected: a most informative and educational museum, with clear English translations, and topics that were explained in an engaging manner. I absolutely loved it! It takes some walking up the mountain, but most exhibition halls are pretty near to the pavilion. Do make the walk all the way up: you'll be rewarded with a fantastic view over the bay and islands nearby. Entrance to the museum is free too. A hidden gem.
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