Learning the Truth of Chameleons and Dart Frogs @ Underwater World Pattaya


When you want to merge one of the most popular tourist attractions in Pattaya with the ultimate educational experience, nowhere in the region can match the stunning Underwater World Pattaya Aquarium. Always ranked in the top-5 tourist attractions in the city, if you want to view amazing marine life in their natural habitats or want to learn the true nature of Chameleons and Dart Frogs, Underwater World Pattaya is one of the most unique places in the city.

Located in a prime position on Sukhumvit Road between Pattaya and Jomtien near to the Makro Supermarket, Underwater World Pattaya is easily found and is also known by every taxi driver in the city. The aquarium is most known for its 105-meter long underwater tank, which is home to some of the most exotic marine life in the world, all of which you can enjoy up close and personal. Whether you are looking to see sharks, rays, all manner of marine life and even reptiles and amphibians, this amazing aquarium has it all. This month, we would like to introduce you to a world of Chameleons and Dart Frogs.

Chameleons and Dart Frogs

This month will be an interesting time at Underwater World Pattaya where you can get up-close and personal with some awesome Chameleons and Dart Frogs. Chameleons are the most unique reptiles of them all and are known for their ability to change their color to fit the surroundings. These amazing reptiles are one of the most studied and fascinating lizards in the world. There are over 200 species of Chameleon. They are adept at climbing and visual-hunting and live in conditions that range from rainforests to desserts. Most species only live in Madagascar, Africa, and southern Europe, although you can also find them in Southern Asian and Sri Lanka.

Poison Dart Frogs, also just known as Dart Frogs, are some of the most interesting amphibians in the world. Native to Central and South America, Dart Frogs have brightly covered bodies and are generally extremely toxic. Some Dart Frog species get their toxicity from their diet of mites, ants, and termites, but some varieties of the species have low to no toxicity. Make sure you come to Underwater World Pattaya throughout October and November to catch these truly phenomenal Dart Frogs and Chameleons at first hand.

Underwater World Overview

Underwater World Pattaya is the perfect venue for whether you are single, a couple, a family or a group of friends. This world-class aquarium gives you the perfect chance to get up close and personal with all manner of marine life from the four corners of the globe. Come and see the ‘Touch Pool’, where you can get up-close and personal with all manner of marine life that include stunning sharks, stylish stingrays, top-notch turtles, soothing starfishes and many more verities of marine life. There are zones that include the ‘Reef Zone’, ‘Sharks and Rays’, ‘Giant of Siam zones’ and even an ‘Otter Zone’.

Feeding times:

Tunnel 1: Coral Reef Zone

10.30 am. & 3.00 pm.


Tunnel 2: Shark & Ray Zone

11.00 am. & 4.00 pm.


Tunnel 3: Giant of Siam Zone

11.30 am. & 3.30 pm.


‘Fish Feeding with Love’

10:30am & 3pm


Otter Tank

10:00am & 14:30pm


***Subject to change


Underwater World Pattaya

Address: 22/22 M.11 Sukhumvit Road, Nongprue, Banglamung Chonburi 20150

Phone: +66(0) 38-756877-9

Facebook page: underwaterworldpattaya.uwp

Website: www.underwaterworldpattaya.com




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