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Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park

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  • Laem Sala Beach
    3 stars

    Laem Sala Beach can only be reached by boat or by a 45-minute walk from the adjacent beach where the road ends. The beach is wide and very flat, making it a paddle rather than swim spot. A small restaurant is nestled into the trees. This is the launch pad for the trek up to Phraya Nakhon Cave, ... read more

  • Phraya Nakhon Cave
    4 stars

    Phraya Nakhon, located a 45-minute climb from Laem Sala Beach, must be one of Thailand's most photographed caves. It's actually two collapsed sinkholes, with the main attraction a small, quite lovely little pavilion made for King Rama V. At mid-morning when the sun peeks through it's particularly ... read more

  • Khao Daeng Viewpoint
    4.5 stars

    This viewpoint is quite a hard climb but well worth it. Take plenty of water, do not go alone, and pass on climbing if it has rained recently as it would be too treacherous. The trail is not very clearly marked. The climb takes around 45 minutes and the view from the summit is breathtaking, and you ... read more

  • Khao Daeng Boat Trip
    3.5 stars

    This boat trip is well worth doing in the early morning or late afternoon, when the area teems with bird and other animal life. The trip takes about 90 minutes, going in a semi-loop around and behind Khao Daeng. Some of the views are very scenic, and even in the middle of the day you will see some ... read more

  • Sam Phraya Beach
    2.5 stars

    Sam Phraya is about 1km long, with a small restaurant, bungalows and a small park station around the centre. Like most beaches in the area, Sam Phraya is not fantastic for swimming as it is stubbornly shallow, but it's pleasant enough for a paddle. ... read more


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