"We'll pick up at the hotel in the morning and bring you to our shop in Bang Bao where we go through a fitting for your dive equipment and do the paperwork. Around 9 am the boat goes out for 2 dives either to HTMS Chang and local coral sites or to Koh Rang National park. There is a lunch buffet on board in addition to the fruit snacks and drinks provided. We make one dive in the morning and 1 or 2 more in the afternoon. The boat is back between 3 to 5 pm after which we bring you back to the hotel."""
Half-Day Battambang City Tour and Bamboo Train Ride
"STOP 1: PROVINCIAL HALL - SALAKET The historical building known as the Salaket has been used for many government functions and is a popular spot for photographers visiting the Battambang region. The Salaket stands out as a particularly beautiful work of architecture having been designed by the nationally famous Van Bolivian. As you stop to take pictures or simply marvel your tour guide will tell you about the building’s rich history.STOP 2: OLD STONE BRIDGEThe “Old Stone Bridge” earned it name during the French colonial period being the first stone river-crossing in Battambang. Since then it has become part of a network of many different trade routes and a commonly used meeting point for many of the local residents. This is seen by many as one of the more positive souvenirs left behind by French expansion
"One of Thailand’s perhaps one of the world’s most extensive gardens can be found within a short drive from your Pattaya hotel/resort.Around 600 acres of plants flowers (such as a variety of orchids) and trees are collected and displayed here for a visit some species unique and only to be found in here in Thailand. In addition the Village has a miniature open zoo and aviary where guests can see a funny elephant show featuring the magnificent symbols of Siam performing various tricks including bike-riding playing football and a lot more.The Nong Nooch Village presents a Cultural Extravaganza four times a day (approximately 1 hour) where you can witness the pomp and splendor of Thai tradition and ceremonies
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