Ban Chang Sheep Farm

Ban Chang Sheep Farm Review

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Ban Chang Sheep Farm Description

Ban Chang Sheep Farm is a small children's petting farm on the outskirts of Ban Chang, Rayong.  Although small, the owners seem to be adding to the place all the time, and the best part is entrance is completely FREE. It is ideal for families with smaller children, especially if you don't fancy the drive all the way out to Pattaya.

The farm currently consists of a large sheep pen full of sheep and goats, a small paddock with a couple of horses and another paddock containing several Ostrich. Also on site is a large open air restaurant and coffee shop, the grounds of which are littered with a number of large sculptures of animals, which are made of shredded tyres.

The Animals

Unlike the other sheep farms in the area, the owner provides piles of fresh bamboo to feed the sheep and other animals for free. You can either feed the sheep from outside the fence, or if you're feeling brave, you can grab a hand full of bamboo and take it into the sheep pen (expect to be mobbed by hungry sheep if you do though).

At the far side of the restaurant, is a large Koi pool with a small bridge where children can feed the Koi and play on the adjacent play park.

The Restaurant

Whilst the farm itself is completely free, the place seems to make it's money by hoping that visitors stay and use the on site lanna style restaurant. If you're visiting the sheep farm, I would definitely recommend enjoying a meal there. On the menu are a range of Thai classics, seafood, as well as some dishes suited to the western palate, such as grilled pork steaks, chicken wings etc. As a party of eight (four children and four adults), or bill was around 800thb including drinks (and we ate like royalty).

Ban Chang Sheep Farm Entrance

Address and Contact Details

Address:  Prachummit, Tambon Ban Chang,
Amphoe Ban Chang, Chang Wat Rayong 21130


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Ban Chang Sheep Farm Entrance

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Post Author: Richard L

Richard is the husband of an international school teacher in Thailand. A former small business owner, trying his hand at blogging, reviewing and content curation.

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