Photo: A sala within a cave.

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Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park T: (032) 821 568 (025) 620 760 F: (032) 821 568   http://nps.dnp.go.th/parksdetail.php?id=129&name=KhaoSamRoiYotNationalPark

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While you’ll find far more comfortable accommodation up in Phu Noi, you can’t beat the cabins under the pines off Phraya Nakhon beach when it comes to peace and quiet.


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These are large, ageing numbers with chipped paint, high ceilings, several windows, worn wood floors, dining tables, hot-water bathrooms with Western toilets and very hard single beds (can’t have couples sleeping in the same beds on government property). All of the cabins have multiple bedrooms and seem aimed at Thai families and tour groups. Large tents can be rented for a pricey 150 baht per night; we guess they jacked the price after installing shiny new bathroom and shower facilities in recent years. An airy restaurant serves coffee, beer and a decent selection of Thai food, but only until 18:00. The big advantage of staying here is being within sight of a gorgeous white-sand beach and a 20-minute hike from what might be the most spectacular cave in Thailand. Camping and a couple of cabins are also available down at park headquarters in the south, while tents can be rented just off Sam Phraya beach. You’d really need to have some wheels if staying at either of these places, but Phraya Nakhon beach is suited to a few days of lazing between hikes and swims, and a songthaew runs between nearby Bang Pu and Pranburi. You can simply show up and pick up a tent on the spot, but pre-booked reservations are a good idea for the cabins if you’ll be here on a weekend or holiday. To reserve, you’ll need to process a direct bank transfer; see the DNP website for details.

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Walk-in rates at National Park accommodation

Type of room
Low
High
Type of room, low and high season prices
Tent
150 baht
150 baht
Family room
1,600 baht
1,600 baht
Sleeps up to 6, larger bungalows available for 2,000 baht and up.
Room: Tent, low season: 150 baht, high season 150 baht. Notes:
Room: Family room, low season: 1,600 baht, high season 1,600 baht. Notes: Sleeps up to 6, larger bungalows available for 2,000 baht and up.

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National Park accommodation
Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park
T: (032) 821 568 (025) 620 760 F: (032) 821 568  
http://nps.dnp.go.th/parksdetail.php?id=129&name=KhaoSamRoiYotNationalPark
Coordinates (for GPS): 100º0'36.63" E, 12º12'20.17" N
Room rates: Under 600B

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