Boasting indispensable sea-life resources, Rayong is one of the countrys major agricultural and industrial provinces. On the other hand, the province has maintained its traditions and customs in the daily lifestyles of the locals. Most renowned for its quiet and unspoiled beaches, including Mu Koh Samet National Park, Rayong is a popular beach getaway destination for Bangkok residents and a renow
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NAMTOK KLONG PLA KANG
Considered as the last virgin forest left in Rayong, this park is located in Klaeng district, 71 kilometers from the city. Declared as a National Park in December 31, 1975, Khao Chamao Khao Wong covers an area of 83.6 square meters, which is home for variety of wildlife such as tigers, elephants and bears. The park is also famous for its Limestone Mountains, caves, high cliffs, verdant forests and waterfalls.
KHAO LAEM YA - MU KO SAMET NATIONAL PARK
This area of 670 rai is the headquarters of Khao Laem Ya Mu Ko samet National Park which from the sunset viewpoint, it is possible to see the beautiful view of Mae Ramphueng Beach and Ko Samet. Its major attractions include Mae Ramphueng Beach, Khao Laem Ya, and Samet Archipelago. The most famous island is Ko Samet where many private-owned bungalows are available.
KOH MAN NAI
Located approximately 5 kilometers off shore from Laem Mae Phim, this small island has been developed into a Sea Turtle Preservation Sanctuary under the royal initiative of Her Majesty the Queen. The nearby attractions are Koh Man Klang and Koh Man Nok which fame for its white sandy beaches and a lot of chic boutique resorts.
SUAN SI MUEANG
Dubbed as "Ko Klang" by the locals, Suan Si Mueang is a public park and health center located behind the former city hall. It is favored by the residents who visit for some relax and recreation activities. The park is also well-known for its landmark the Phra Buddha Angkhirot buddhist statue enshrined in a traditional Thai-style pavilion at the parks center.