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Phraya Nakhon cave is one of Thailand’s best known caves with the famous pavilion built for King Rama V inside. The caves are located in Khao Sam Roi Yot national park with its huge limestone mountains South of Hua Hin.

Places to go in Hua Hin, Cha-Am & Phetchaburi


Phraya Nakhon cave & Kuha Karuhas pavilion
Phraya Nakhon cave is one of Thailand’s best known caves with the famous pavilion built for King Rama V inside. The caves are located in Khao Sam Roi Yot national park with its huge limestone mountains South of Hua Hin.
Phraya Nakhon cave is one of Thailand’s best known caves with the famous pavilion
Phraya Nakhon cave is one of Thailand’s best known caves with the famous pavilion

Huay Mongkol Temple
Wat Huay Mongkol temple complex just out of Hua Hin is a huge place with a serene and peaceful atmosphere in a park like setting with a lake, streams and shady pavilions. The immense and impressive statue of the famous Thai monk Luang Phor Thuad is the biggest in the country.
Huay Mongkol Temple
Huay Mongkol Temple

Vana Nava Water Park
A fun place with lots of thrills for young and old, Vana Nava Water Park offers spectacular rides and slides like the Boomerango and the Abyss, the longest water slide in Thailand.
A fun place with lots of thrills for young and old
A fun place with lots of thrills for young and old

Monkey Mountain
A large number of macaque monkeys live on the mountain freely. Get close up to them and feed them bananas. Monkey mountain offers the finest views of Hua Hin and the beaches. The 20 meters high golden Buddha image overlooking the sea can be seen from miles away.
Monkeys on Monket mountain
Monkeys on Monket mountain

Hua Hin Vineyard
Visit the Hua Hin vineyards in the countryside close to Hua Hin and taste the surprisingly good wines. Trek the vineyard on the back of an elephant and enjoy a tasteful lunch in a beautiful mountainous setting.
Hua Hin Vineyard
Hua Hin Vineyard

Maruekhathaiyawan Palace
Visit this beautiful seaside Summer Palace build in 1923 by King VI between Hua Hin and Cha-Am. This teak wood Palace allows a view in the life of Thai Royals around a century ago.
Maruekhathaiyawan Palace at night
Maruekhathaiyawan Palace at night

Khao Luang cave
The Khao Luang cave in Petchaburi is where King Rama IV used to come to meditate and study Buddhism. The cave is filled with a large number of Buddha images including a four meter high image ordered by King Chulalongkorn. There are a number of caverns with stalactites hanging from the ceiling.
Khao Luang cave
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