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The Bang Saen Aquarium / Institute of Marine Science is housed within Burapha University at Bang Saen Beach in Chonburi. The institute is divided into three sections; the marine science museum, the aquarium, and a research laboratory. The center exists both for research purposes and as a place for students and visitors to learn about marine science.

The museum is creatively arranged, featuring exhibitions on marine preservation and restoration, with information on ecology and examples of stuffed sea animals. As you might expect, the aquarium is the main place to view various live fish, with a tunnel revealing the big fish and a high tank showcasing swarms of smaller fish. It’s a modern aquarium with a real underwater environment divided into different ocean zones. Elsewhere, the laboratory is the main research center that allows the institute to make new discoveries about marine life.

A trip to the Bang Saen Aquarium can be combined with visiting other sights and attractions in the area on a half-day Pattaya discovery tour, including ‘Monkey Cliff’ plus Ang Sila, a small fishing community famous for its oyster farms and stonemason villages.

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8:30am-5pm, Tuesday to Sunday
Long Had Bang Sean Road, Chonburi
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A Refreshing Discovery of Pattaya

A Refreshing Discovery of Pattaya

Sample the best of the Pattaya region on a private, half-day discovery tour of Chonburi province. Strike bargains and sample wares in the market’s colorful aisles, then encounter Thailand’s extraordinary wildlife at an aquarium and Khao Sam Muk, a cliff that’s home to a mischievous population of rhesus monkeys. Visit a seaside oyster farm and meet local stonemasons in an artisans’ village where mortars and pestles are still made by hand, and enjoy a unique glimpse into life and work in a Thai village.
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What are Bang Saen Aquarium (Institute of Marine Science) hours of operation?
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Bang Saen Aquarium (Institute of Marine Science) hours of operation: 8:30am-5pm, Tuesday to Sunday. Buy tickets in advance on Viator. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
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We recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot since Bang Saen Aquarium (Institute of Marine Science) can get crowded. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund. See all 1 Bang Saen Aquarium (Institute of Marine Science) tickets and tours on Viator.
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Currently, an entrance ticket to Bang Saen Aquarium (Institute of Marine Science) costs USD 64.11. Guided Bang Saen Aquarium (Institute of Marine Science) tours start around USD 64.11 per person. See all 1 Bang Saen Aquarium (Institute of Marine Science) tickets and tours on Viator.
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