Rayong is a province in the eastern part of Thailand, located on the coast of the Gulf of Thailand in 65 km from Pattaya and 200 km from Bangkok.
Rayong is a hundred kilometers long of white beaches, lush jungle, coral reefs, a turtle reserve, mangosteen plantations, an amazing statue of a reclining Buddha and thousands more other amazing things that are worth seeing. Holidays in Rayong will appeal to those who want privacy and silence. Here, in Rayong, you can spend all your vacation on the beach, swimming in the crystal clear waters of the Gulf of Thailand.
The Rayong coast is for yoga and meditation. Everyone who has been to Rayong noted that the nature here is magnificent. There are several islands in the province, the most famous of them is - Samet island.
Rayong's most famous temple is Wat Pa Prada. It is famous for the unique statue of the reclining Buddha - 12 meters high, he lies on his left side, and not on his right, as it is by default.
Rayong is full of hills and forests. Mangostins and durians are grown in gardens. You can come to the garden with a tour guide and have plenty of tropical fruits right from the bush.
Rayong is covered in hills and forests. Rubber is mined here, mangostins and durians are grown in gardens. You can come to the garden with a guided tour and have plenty of tropical fruits right from the bush.
We recommend visiting the Rayong Aquarium - to see crabs, cuttlefish, shellfish and rare Irrawaddy dolphins.
Rayong has waterfalls and geothermal springs that are not found anywhere else in Thailand.
We offer private transfer to Rayong from Suvarnabhumi, Don Muang, Bangkok, Pattaya, Koh Chang, Trat, Samet, Ban Phe, Hua Hin.
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