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Among the treetops in Chonburi district near Pattaya, awaits an unforgettable experience for the whole family.
Flight of the Gibbon Pattaya will let you fly among the treetops in the countryside, alongside the Gibbon monkeys on the surrounding trees.
The attraction was first made famous by the zipline site in Chiang Mai, managed by a New Zealand company (the original Gibbon company) which attracted hundreds of thousands of people, locals and tourists every year.
Once you get to the site, you will get a detailed briefing on the activities and you can start to surf among the treetops in the most famous and tallest zipline course in Thailand.
You can hop from tree to tree just like the Gibbon monkeys around you, and enjoy the rich jungles and green nature.
The Gibbon Company complies with international standards for safety and works to protect the environment. Therefore, about 10% of the attraction’s profits are devoted to planting trees and other nature conservation activities.
Many visitors give praise to the New Zealand born instructors, due to their high standards of quality and safety along with providing a great experience.
In addition, the attraction was awarded the Thailand Tourism Authority’s top attraction prize nine times in a row by.
The attraction is suitable for children from age 4 to adults at the age of 74, provided that their height exceeds 1.2 meters.
Thailand Holiday Group offers the opportunity to book discounted tickets at a cheaper price than an independent reservation.
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