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BANGKOK-PATTAYA: Join Tour Coral Island Speed Boat - Sea Walk-Lunch Thai Seafood

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BANGKOK - PATTAYA for Coral Island for thrilling water sports. Go Sea walk (included), others water sport or simply (all expenses your own) take some time to soak up the sun on any of the island’s six beaches.

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Stop At: Koh Larn, Pattaya 20150 Thailand

BANGKOK-PATTAYA: Join Tour Coral Island Speed Boat - Sea Walk-Lunch Thai Seafood
ITINERARY:
06.00 - 07.20 am. Pickup from major destination in Bangkok by Land transfer to Pattaya
09.00 am. Arrive to Pattaya pier then depart by Speed boat to Coral Island (Koh Lan)
• Drop off
 Parasailing Station (pay your own if require)
 Sea Walker Station (included in package)
 Jet ski Station (pay your own if require)
 Banana Boat (pay your own if require)
 Snorkeling Glass (pay your own if require)
 Lunch at Koh Larn (Coral island) included in package
14.00 hrs.. Return to Pattaya beach
14.30 hrs.. Arrive to Pattaya beach take a shower
14.50 hrs.. Depart from Pattaya to Bangkok
17.00 Arrive to Bangkok - End program

Duration: 10 hours

Stop At: Koh Larn, Pattaya 20150 Thailand

Ko Lan is a small Thai island off the coast of Pattaya, in the Gulf of Thailand. It’s known for its beaches, set against a backdrop of wooded hills. In the north, Ta Waen Beach is dotted with restaurants and shops. A large, stingray-shaped building dominates Samae Beach’s north end. The beach is famed for its clear water and sunset views. Small monkeys inhabit the hills around coral-ringed Nual Beach, in the south.

Sea Walking in Pattaya. ... Underwater sea walk in Pattaya is a great option for those tourists who want to visit the underwater world, but are wary of diving or snorkeling. ... The Sea Walker tour offers you a wonderful opportunity to walk on the seabed in a special helmet.

Duration: 10 hours