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Pak Chong

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  • Farms and vineyards tour
    4 stars

    By far the largest and most touristed of the farms is Farm Chokchai, which is impossible to miss on the left if heading away from Pak Chong. A local tourist hot spot, Chokchai offers two-hour long tours for 250B per person that give visitors a hands on education of dairy farm operations along with ... read more

  • Namtok Chet Sao Noi National Park
    4 stars

    The main attraction is Chet Sao Waterfall, a picturesque series of seven waterfalls that form steps leading down the narrow river. Although only a metre or two high, the waterfalls stretch a length of some 20-30 metres across the entire river, with a few refreshing emerald water pools for swimming. ... read more

  • Thai Elephant Research and Conservation Centre
    4 stars

    It carries out a number of positive projects throughout the country aimed at protecting and conserving wild Thai elephants, their natural habitats, and the local people who have lived among them for centuries. The elephant ride takes visitors fairly far behind the centre into lush jungle. If ... read more

  • Suranaree Park and Lam Takong Lake
    3.5 stars

    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 directly around most of it. While we were unable to find anyone offering kayak rental or lake tours, Lam Takong may still be ... read more

  • Horse back riding at Bonanza Ranch
    3 stars

    We found the place to generally be tacky and not worth the money, except for the horse riding program at Bonanza's OK Corral. Experienced riders and ropesman offer a range of programs, from intensive riding lessons to overnight horse-back riding expeditions in the Khao Yai area. Riding hours ... read more


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