Photo: Rural scenes.

Things to see and do



Khun Yuam Museum
Thai/Japan Friendship Memorial Hall, Route 108, Khun Yuam

Khun Yuam’s excellent little museum is also known as the Thai-Japan Friendship Memorial Hall, the World War II Museum and the Japanese War Museum, but we’ll just go with Khun Yuam Museum, since, that’s where it is, it’s the only museum in town plus its scope includes plenty of exhibits not connected with the war as ... Read more about Khun Yuam Museum .

Mae Surin Waterfall
Namtok Mae Surin National Park, Khun Yuam
T: (053) 612 996

This spectacular waterfall is the key feature of the national park of the same name—Namtok Mae Surin National Park—and at more than 80 metres is considered to be the highest waterfall in ... Read more about Mae Surin Waterfall .

Sunflower fields

Known as dok bua thong in Thai, these fields of wild sunflowers are in bloom in November and December and, since sunflowers are rare in these parts, are hugely popular with local ... Read more about Sunflower fields .





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