Koh Larn’s Goose House boosts island tourism

Photo courtesy of Pattaya Mail

Nestled on Haad Tien Beach on Koh Larn, the Goose House is attracting visitors with the unique experience it offers.

Aligned with the ebb and flow of beach life, the Goose House orchestrates three daily releases of its feathered dwellers at 8am, 2pm, and 5pm. Each session promises a unique ambience, whether it’s the tranquil serenity of the early morning, the leisurely sunbathing in the afternoon, or the captivating hues of the sunset.

For those craving an unforgettable encounter with local wildlife, the Goose House presents an unparalleled opportunity to engage with these delightful creatures. As the geese roam freely along Haad Tien’s shores, visitors can feed, photograph, and observe them up close, forging enduring memories of their island escapade, reported Pattaya Mail.

Swiftly ascending to stardom in Koh Larn’s tourism scene, the Goose House steals the spotlight on social media platforms, as visitors eagerly share their enchanting experiences with the island’s feathered inhabitants. With its steadfast commitment to delivering a memorable and authentic adventure, the Goose House amplifies the allure of Haad Tien, cementing Koh Larn’s reputation as the ultimate destination for travellers seeking both relaxation and excitement.

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Puntid Tantivangphaisal

Originally from Hong Kong, Puntid moved to Bangkok in 2020 to pursue further studies in translation. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Comparative Literature from the University of Hong Kong. Puntid spent 8 years living in Manchester, UK. Before joining The Thaiger, Puntid has been a freelance translator for 2 years. In her free time, she enjoys swimming and listening to music, as well as writing short fiction and poetry.

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