Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park, Kui Buri
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Popular for its rare wildlife and environment, Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park serves as a marine park filled with caves, islands, and viewpoints. The main attraction in this area is Phraya Nakhon Cave, a large cavern with a hole in the ceiling that allows sunlight to flood the cave. Look for the pavilion at the bottom, a site built during King Rama V's reign. Mid-morning is the best time to visit the cave, when the sun lights it up. Plan to visit Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park during your Kui Buri vacation using our convenient Kui Buri vacation planner.
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  • During our trip, we have the part of the Park on the coast, the Laem Sala Beach and the Phraya Nakhon cave. At the beginning of the climb is pointed out by a sign that you should be well on foot and in good physical condition to cope with the rise. This note is based on each case, also you should have sufficient water to. Sturdy footwear is beneficial, we did it in flip flops. The Laem Sala beach is really nice and you can cool off very well for the first part of the route, as well as on the way back from the cave. The cave is totally impressive and definitely worth a visit. Many visitors were on the day of the visit not on-site. During the ascent you will pass different beautiful vantage points.
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  • For the first time, I was in the year 1997 here. I think with the containment of the Shrimph farms is a good step this park to an extraordinary sight done always belongs to the conservation of the Parks.Noch beaches and caves still always super. But take your time. You can see the sights only on the 2.Blick overnight you leam Sala beach. Not cheap but worth it. At night many monkeys.
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  • What a wonderful place, but beware, ascension is full-bodied, it takes about three hours to go back feet for 2 kilometers to go, because Yes that climbs. You can work around the first part of the route (400 baht) boat to make you drop on the other side of the mountain, but you can see the splendour of the landscape. and will remain you always the last 450 meter climb which are also not bad. Provide water for the market and anti mosquito spray. the more tired will rent a bungalow with the rangers of the national park for the night or more, in a paradisiacal and infrequent place weekdays.
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  • Beautifull national park."Phraya Nakhon Cave" is the must when people visit Pranburi. The cave belong to Khoa Sam Roi Yot National Park. people can go there by trekking or boat/trekking. The Phraya Nakhon cave is best known for the Kuha Karuhas pavilion in the main chamber. The pavilion was built at the end of the 19th century for the visit of King Chulalongkorn the Great (Rama V). Later, King Prajadhipok (Rama VII) and the present King of Thailand, King Bhumibol Adulyadej (Rama IX) also visited the cave. The main chamber contains the signatures of both King Rama V and King Rama VII on the wall. The best views of the pavilion can be had early morning, when most sun light enters the cave through the open ceiling.
  • Absolutely stunning place. If you have a car, it's a must see. It's quite big and there are some amazing views. Highly recommended.
  • This National Park is located 45 kilometers from Hua Hin, between Pran Buri and Prachuap Khiri Khan with the high-rise limestone mountain as its benchmark. Caves like Phraya Nakhon cave is another site around the park with uncommon big karst window and a Thai-style pavillion build in honor of King Rama V on his visit.
  • "PhraYa NaKhon Cave" is the must when people visit Pranburi. The cave belong to Khoa Sam Roi Yot National Park. people can go there by trekking or boat/trekking. With boat/trekking, we still have to trek for 1 hour up. Inside the cave, there is a beautiful throne hall named " PraTeeNang Khuha KhaLueHard". This throne hall was built when King Rama V visit here.