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  • Farms and vineyards tour
    4 stars

    While there are countless small farms and vineyards scattered throughout the area, the biggest and most easily accessible are located 10-20 km down Mittraphap Rd (Rte. 2) to the southwest in the Muak Lek area. By far the largest and most touristed of the farms is Farm Chokchai, which is ... read more

  • Namtok Chet Sao Noi National Park
    4 stars

    Little known on the foreign traveller circuit, Chet Sao Noi takes some effort to reach, but its uniquely haunting waterfalls and tranquil setting make it worth the trip. The main attraction is Chet Sao Waterfall, a picturesque series of seven waterfalls that form steps leading down the narrow ... read more

  • Thai Elephant Research and Conservation Centre
    4 stars

    Situated on Thanarat Rd a few km before the Khao Yai gates, the Khao Yai branch of the Thai Elephant Research Centre offers elephant rides for 300B per hour with all proceeds going to the Centre itself. It carries out a number of positive projects throughout the country aimed at protecting and ... read more

  • Suranaree Park and Lam Takong Lake
    3.5 stars

    Lam Takong Lake, which is also the name of the local river that the lake feeds, lies to the northeast of Pak Chong. Surrounded by lush and pristine green mountains, this relatively large lake is one of Thailand's most scenic, and it's a protected area so there is literally zero development ... read more

  • Horse back riding at Bonanza Ranch
    3 stars

    Located near Khao Yai a couple kilometres east off Thanarat Rd, the Bonanza Ranch is a sprawling resort and cowboy theme park that draws thousands of Thai visitors each year. We found the place to generally be tacky and not worth the money, except for the horse riding program at Bonanza's OK ... read more

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