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Phraya Nakhon Cave is so beautiful, peaceful and amazing Cave! The way is bit difficult you should wear good shoes because many rocks, bring some water with you as well, by the way worth it to go there! You should visit 😊😁
We spent a lovely day at Khao Sam Riu Your National Park. First we took a boat from Ban Bang Po to Hat Laem Sala, from where a trail leads to Tham Phraya Nakhon. It is very likely you will meet some langurs on the...More
I was a little sceptical as previous Thai "caves" have been a little underwhelming, but this is a really great place to visit; close enough to Hua Hin for a half day or relaxed whole day trip.
There are two ways to do this -...More
It a 45 minutes’ drive from Hua Hin arrive to sall village of Bang Pu and from there decide to rent a boat to take you around the cape to Laem Sala beach, or walk a 30 minutes trek above the hill leading to the...More
Greedy eye-gouging of foreigners for both the entrance fee to the government-run park and the privately run boats to take you to the cave. Different pricing based on race or nationality is actually not allowed under the Thai Constitution. As a foreign Thai resident (with...More
This place is stunning and well worth a day out. You will pay 200 THB to enter the park and if you want to see an amazing cave then pay 500 per couple to get a 10 min boat ride to the nice beach and...More
This is a highlight of my trip to Thailand. Absolutely authentic and unique experience - starting from getting there (a mountain trail or by boat only), walking through a forest full of monkeys, climbing the mountain up and down to the cave, and seeing one...More
The park is just over an hours drive from Hua Hin and having paid 20 baht to park the car and 5 baht each for a pee in a filthy squat toilet, we spotted a little green cafe that sold the most excellent Doi Chang...More
Response from shazbatzannie | Reviewed this property |
It took us about 45 mins with children & lots of stops to take photos.
It’s steep up but the children aged 9 & 11 were fine & we saw younger children plus elderly. You can take it steady & places to rest.
It’s worth it.