Rayong best things to do
Most visitors to the Rayong Aquarium go inside with low expectations but leave with big smiles. The Rayong Aquarium doesn’t take long to visit, and the entrance fee is around 30 baht. It is a good price. It is a good place for families. The aquarium is open daily, except on Mondays, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; open an hour later on Saturdays and Sundays.
Rayong beaches are simple and quiet. It is not the best place to swim but it is a good place to stay for hours. Seasonal tidal surges sometimes displace the soft sand leaving behind a scene of tangled tree roots and grass. An abundance of stalls and restaurants along the coast showcase fresh seafood from the local fishing community. Haad Saeng Chan is the easiest beach to access from Rayong. From Rayong, you can easily extend your trip to Koh Samet if you want to have good beach.
It is a natural tourist attraction in the heart of Rayong. It is possible to go close to nature without having to travel far away in Rayong, but also gain lots of knowledge and experiences, such as experience the verdant nature and take a breath of fresh air in the middle of Rayong.
Khao Chamao national park
Named after two mountains and designated as a national park in 1975, Khao Chamao National Park is a very small national park covering an area of 84 km². The forest covering the national park is part of a much bigger forest complex including many other protected sites in Thailand and Cambodia. The park is situated mainly in Rayong Province and a smaller part in Chanthaburi Province. It is a popular destination for its waterfalls, viewpoint, caves, limestone mountains, cliffs and hiking possibilities. The mountains of the national park reach an elevation of about 1,000 meters.
Rayong Central Plaza
The shopping mall offers many shops. Far from the giant shopping malls of bangkok, this shopping mall is perfect for the city of rayong. Mainly in length, one can find there a supermarket, clothing shops, cafes and restaurants. The striking facade concept showed a pair of interfering waveforms that change shape and level as they wrap the building. The forms spread out over the large flat walls and lift and twist up over the main entrance.