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The park is dotted with a profusion of bonsai type trees, fossilized trees, colourful flowers, stones, water features and so on.

This million year stone was established by Mr Suan Phanom Watthanakul. He spent over 20 years collecting natural and valuable objects, such as dwarf trees from about 200 years ago and stones that are over a million years old, before opening his collection to the public in 1992.

You can also enjoy a live crocodile show in the park. Be enthralled as skilled handlers wrestle with the bests; even going so far as to put their body parts, such as legs, arms and head!, into the animal’s mouth.

At the end of the show, visitors can also take some photo with the performing reptiles. The show is performed approximately every hour throughout the day.

In the park, visitors can find not only crocodiles but also other animals such as tigers, elephants, bears, lions and fish. For those daring enough, you can pay extra money to feed the animals and take your photo with them.

Note that there is a restaurant in the park, but they only serve dishes with crocodile meat. If you do not like to try this kind of food, best bring your own and avail yourself of one of the park’s abundant picnic spots.

The park is approximately 4 kilometres from Naklua Sukhumvit Road. Get there by taking a taxi, baht bus (song thaew) or motorcycle. The park is open from 08:00 to 18:00 daily. The ticket office is close at 17.00.

The entrance fee:

Thai Residents

  • Baht 200 for adults
  • Baht 100 for children 90 - 120 cm. tall
  • Free for children shorter than 90 cm.


  • Baht 500 for adults
  • Baht 250 for children 90 - 120 cm. tall
  • Free for children shorter than 90 cm.

For more details, please visit Stone Park&Crocodile Park website.

Pattaya Covid-19 Update

25 May 2020

Wave Hotel, Pattaya is re-opening and welcoming Guests from June 1, 2020 (Monday).


Soak up the ambiance
and a discount drink or two.
Daily from 5.00-7.00pm