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Pattaya’s Nong Nooch Garden offers free admission to visitors from six provinces

Jun 24. 2020
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Nong Nooch Tropical Garden & Cultural Village, the largest floral garden in Southeast Asia located near Pattaya, in Chonburi will offer free admission to people from six provinces and 10 districts of Bangkok in July.

The 10 Bangkok districts are: Bangkhen, Saimai, Don Muang, Lak Si, Chatuchak, Buengkum, Bangkapi, Lat Phrao, Wangthonglang and Huai Khwang, while the five provinces are Ayutthaya, Sing Buri, Ang Thong, Chai Nat, Samut Prakarn and Chachoengsao.

People residing in these areas need to produce only an ID card for unlimited free admission throughout the month of July.

Director Kampol Tansajja said the free admission campaign has been launched to “create happiness for Thais” and in response to the government’s policy to boost domestic tourism after the Covid-19 lockdown measures have been lifted.

Nong Nooch Tropical Garden offers a variety of attractions and activities such as dinosaur exhibition, cactus garden, palm forest, cultural dance and elephant show twice a day during weekends and holidays.

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