Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park, Kui Buri

Categories: National Parks, Nature & Parks
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4.5/5 based on 190+ reviews on the web
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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  • this natural park is big so you need car to move berween each spots first you need to have a good health condition there is many steps and even hikes! khao daeng viewpoint closed to the main office in...  read more »
  • The Park is very nice and makes numerous beautiful hike with even the possibility of staying inside on the beaches. For example we have slept in long beach where they rent bungalows or tents (the latter at a ridiculous price). The show enjoyed the evening is magnificent, you are alone together at fishermen's lights off. Remarkable also the tours, even short, you can do and inside. The most famous is that towards the Temple in the cave (Prhaya cave).
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  • In Huahin and have made a day trip from there. Travel time approximately one hour. Very nice area. Our itinerary: Pranburi: schöner Localmarket. Bought there potatoes for the monkeys. Monkey Iceland: by boat to wild monkeys. Not exactly know whether the boat may invest. Ours has created. Very funny and very hungry monkeys. Partly to a jump up. Phraya Nakhon cave: Super thing. Strenuous ascent, but an absolute highlight - see separate report to cave. I believe that you should take the boat to the rocks around, as the rise of costs grains. All in all very nice insights into great nature and a worthwhile excursion from Huahin.
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  • "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.
  • Very beautiful park with many places to visit, we went to Phraya Beach, one of the caves, and a high point where you could see all the surroundings. Entrance is 200b as any other place, but if you happen to arrive late there may not be anyone to charge you! ;)
  • Quiet and isolated place. You can rent a tent in the beach for 200baths in the sam phraya camping, there's almost no body there. And there are caves and places to practice trekking nearby
  • I would love to spend more time exploring what this park has to offer. We took the boats around to the beach where the mountain path starts up to the cave which is a challenging walk but worth the effort.
  • This is a very quiet and beautiful area of Thailand, right up to the coastline, bordered by tiny fishing villages. A truly great place for a long early morning bicycle ride.
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