You'd be crazy to travel to Koh Mun Nork without seeing the Rayong Aquarium. The Saikaew Beach Resort and Baan Supparod are within a hop, skip and a jump of Rayong Aquarium.
The Novotel Rayong Rim Pae Resort is positioned 19 kilometres from the heart of Koh Mun Nork. Or, alternatively, the Rayong Marriott Resort & Spa is 17 kilometres away. Another possibility is to book a room at the Plumeria Villa & HideAway or the Bandara On Sea.
You'd have to be crazy to head off without exploring all the other fabulous attractions on offer in East Coast Thailand. If you're a nature lover, be sure to explore East Coast Thailand's rural landscapes and beaches. If that's not your idea of a good time, visit a few of the region's traditional villages. Visitors and locals alike in this region of Thailand often enjoy mountain biking and mountain climbing.
It's well known that New Zealanders are pretty chilled, so consider extending your stay and check out the Pineapple Beach, Ao Prao Beach and Hat Sai Kaew Beach, in Koh Samet, 25 kilometres to the west of Koh Mun Nork. Some of our recommended Koh Samet hotel options are the Saikaew Beach Resort and Paradee. 70 kilometres to the west of Koh Mun Nork, you'll find Ban Chang, which is home to the Banchang Palace Hotel and Penny's Home Stay Resort. If you're staying in Ban Chang, be sure to check out the Ban Chang Hospital, Eastern Star Golf Course and Emerald Golf Resort.
So ask your neighbours to feed the goldfish and start packing! Whether it’s Koh Mun Nork, Timbuktu, or anywhere else on the planet, Wotif can take you there, on time, on budget and in style!
Hotels in Koh Mun Nork start at NZ$52 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.