T118: Bang Saen Explorer tour and Khao Keow Open Zoo

TOUR OVERVIEW

Escape the city of Pattaya to sample a more local way of life at the nearby beach side town of Bang Saen. Get up close and personal with a myriad of animal species at Khao Keow Open Zoo in the afternoon.

 

TOUR DESCRIPTION

You will be picked up from your hotel and leave Pattaya towards Bang Saen. Bang Saen is a much more laid back town than its nearby neighbour of Pattaya, here you can still see a traditional Thai way of life. We will visit a local market selling a myriad of dry and fresh seafood items and then on to Khao Samuk hill or Monkey Mountain (home to a very confident and cheeky colony of macaque monkeys) you will also get some good views from here of the surrounding area and over the oyster farms out at sea. Before lunch we will visit the aquarium at the Institute of Marine Science at Burapha University and a magnificent Chinese Temple (Thep Sathit Phra Kitti) and then on to Angsila village, this village is the center of Thailand's 'mortar and pestle' manufacturing and we will see these items being manufactured from solid stone. After Lunch we will take a trip out to Khao Keow Open Zoo where you can view and get up close to plenty of native and international animal species including monkeys, elephants, rhino, and ostriches.

 

ITINERARY

       Pick up at your Pattaya hotel 08:00

       Drive to Bang Saen

       Visit local market

       Visit Burapha University Aquarium

       Monkey Mountain (Khao Samuk)

       Visit Thep Sathit Phra Kitti Chalerm Temple

       Mortar and pestle making at Angsila Village

       Lunch

       Khao Keow Open Zoo

       Return to your Pattaya hotel 17:30 (approx)


PRICES

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This tour includes:
• Licensed English speaking tour guide
• Private transport by air con minibus/car
• All listed activities
• All entrance fees
• Lunch
• Pick up and drop off at your hotel


This tour excludes:
• No exclusions