08:30 — 16:30
+66 76 391126
Aquarium presents a great opportunity to see many inhabitants of the local waters. They can be observed in water tanks and in the underwater tunnel.
Brochures with a map of the Park are available at the entrance. There are a lot of tropical fishes in the main building: piranhas, clown fish (Nemo), groupers that reach 300 kg, etc. Behind the main building, there is a footpath along the coast that leads to a pier, Museum of whales and dolphins, as well as a pool with the turtles. There are a lot of signs with very interesting facts posted along the path. For example, you can learn how to use fruits of some coastal trees for medical purposes. Or do you know that Styrofoam used for food packaging takes 500 000 years to decompose?
! Every Saturday and Sunday from 11 am to 11.30 am you can witness underwater feeding of sharks and stingrays.
Directions: it is located in the South-East part of the island, at the end of Cape Panwa. There is only one road leading to the Aquarium so you won’t miss it.