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Thailand Sea and Natural History Museum

Khao Ma Jo | Samaesan, Sattahip, Thailand
+66 38 432 471
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Walking in the heat

100 baht for one person makes the place quite cheap. Climbing to 5th Exhibition room and the... read more

Reviewed 14 April 2017
Samate
,
Helsinki
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History, museum and aquarium in one

This is a school, so expect to learn about sea creatures. We toured the aquarium first, an... read more

Reviewed 7 June 2016
Zledna
,
Manila, Philippines
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14 Apr 2017
“Walking in the heat”
7 Jun 2016
“History, museum and aquarium in one”
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Khao Ma Jo | Samaesan, Sattahip, Thailand
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Reviewed 14 April 2017 via mobile

100 baht for one person makes the place quite cheap. Climbing to 5th Exhibition room and the Panorama terrace was a bit sweatty. View to the ocean was great. Not so great when realizing that Exhibition rooms 4 and 5 were empty. Arboretum down hill...More

Thank Samate
Reviewed 7 June 2016

This is a school, so expect to learn about sea creatures. We toured the aquarium first, an airconditioned place, where we saw how they propagate some of the vanishing species, or even the stages of the development of some species. They also teach how to...More

Thank Zledna
Reviewed 13 August 2015

It is useless to discribe it, just go there without any doubts. Fishing village will meet you and if you're not lover of authentic local life you will be scared. For the rest of people it's a pretty interesting and you can spend a lot...More

1  Thank SergeyGusenkov
Reviewed 21 February 2013

Worth it when you get there for the view alone ,but you need to be fit to climb to it.advice pick a cloudy day

1  Thank sarah c
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