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On your way back from a day at the reasonable beaches of Hat Narng Ram and Rong, you'll see signs to the museum.
If you're interested to be able to distinguish the two main geni of turtles in Thailand, this is for you.
I loved this place.. absolutely stunning beach and the cutest turtles. If you are foreign be sure to go with a Thai friend or you may not get in. This area is located on a Navy base. Definitely worth a visit.
My wife and I visited the Sea Turtle conservation centre with our driver prior to heading to Lampi Waterfall.
You get an unobstructed view of sea turtles right across their developmental cycles, from newly hatched through to some 30+ year old turtles that were unable...More
It's been a long time since the Royal Thai Navy had to fight any naval battles, so it is good to see it is turning its attention to battling the problem of diminishing numbers of sea turtles in the Gulf of Thailand.
By any yardstick,...More
I was refused entrance to every beach and attraction in the Sattahip area. At one point they allowed me to go on the road towards Nang ram beach only to be nearly knocked down by an angry soldier of some sort who cornered me off...More
Nice turtle farm with around 20 basins filled with turtles of different age: small ones just hedged till older ones that will soon go back to the sea.
The conservation centre is next to the sea and located in a vast natural area that is...More
Not sure if I have one of those faces but 4 times now I've been around Sattahip naval base area and 4 times refused entry, I tried to show and give them my Thai Licence but they wern't interested, at 1st I thought maybe a...More
No, you don't need to make a reservation. But due to the fact it is on a naval base, you must stop at the guard house at the entrance. There they'll simply ask for your ID and how many people are traveling in the vehicle to... More
No, you don't need to make a reservation. But due to the fact it is on a naval base, you must stop at the guard house at the entrance. There they'll simply ask for your ID and how many people are traveling in the vehicle to enter into their log book and give you a pass for the vehicle you're traveling in. When you leave, stop at the guardhouse and give them the pass to be signed out.