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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  • The Phraya Nakhon cave is located in the National Park of Khao Sam Roi Yot, not in Kui Buri district Prachuap Khiri Khan Thailand National Park!
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  • In Hua Hin town went five-hour chartered taxi. Departs at 7 am, 8:00 ago arriving on bumper beach. I been so the Cape over the stairs in open from 8 a.m. until it cannot pass at the gate of the mobile. Also available from 8 am. Boat to take shortcuts over the Cape when I went to go on my feet, not moving higher waves. Walking Cape is more than about 20 minutes. Summit is a superb view overlooking the Gulf of Thailand. Go to ramsalabeach and go to the right cave trail; Skate is made of stone is this road glide. Since the fall and injury to you. Across the dusky leaf monkey in the middle. Very cute and friendly. Way gradually down and arrive at the 9:30 cave. Fewer people, in a very quiet, was mysterious. We recommend taking pictures just look in their eyes. I think if ye literature passed by and the Group's time to go back, make a solemn atmosphere in the cave. It is strongly recommended to go as soon as you go to.
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  • I am so proud of the fact that I could do a trek. Honestly, I am not really a fit person. But, trust me, finishing the trek gave a different high altogether. There is another way to reach the beach fr...  more »
  • Lungcha HomeStay. Recommend 5 stars!!!.. people so nice, familiarity treatment. We'd e enjoyed this unique experience...
  • 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.