Just after the turn-off to Cha-am, a little further along the bypass, sits the Dinosaur of Cha-am.
While appearing to munch on a tree that is growing from its mouth (hiding the observation window), it looks out to sea from its own private lake.
Across the bridge and into the watery innards of the beast….
The flooded interior makes it difficult to get to the stairway leading up through the neck to the head.
The Dinosaur of Cha-am stands guard at the entrance to a closed Crocodile Farm. It also had many snakes as part of the attraction and many of these have escaped to infest the area.