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All reviews sam roi yot phraya nakhon cave laem sala boat ride hua hin national park flip flops amazing cave day trip steep climb nice beach limestone peaks visitor center well worth the effort wooden walkway take your time fresh seafood
We booked a taxi from our hotel in Hua Hin at 08.30 arriving at the park at 09.30. A shared taxi for 4 was 1700 Baht. We each paid 200 Baht fee to enter the national park and a further 400 Baht for the transfer...More
We visited Sam Roi Yot National Park to walk into Phraya Nakhon cave. We walked all the way, rather than catch a long tail around to Laem Sala Beach. The walk around the headland is tough, but worth the views! The tough walking continues up...More
We always want to get out of the busy Bangkok and here we are at Sam Roi Yot National Park. This is one of our favorite as it doesn't have much tourist and you can really enjoy the silence of nature. You can see plenty...More
So many places to visit in one day. Great scenery! Very quiet and beautiful place. Enjoy the view over the marsh and the mountains. The only bummer was the horse shoe trail which we didn't even think it was a trail.
One can be seen...More
Phraya Nakhon Cave is so beautiful, peaceful and amazing Cave! The way is bit difficult you should wear good shoes because many rocks, bring some water with you as well, by the way worth it to go there! You should visit 😊😁
We spent a lovely day at Khao Sam Riu Your National Park. First we took a boat from Ban Bang Po to Hat Laem Sala, from where a trail leads to Tham Phraya Nakhon. It is very likely you will meet some langurs on the...More
I was a little sceptical as previous Thai "caves" have been a little underwhelming, but this is a really great place to visit; close enough to Hua Hin for a half day or relaxed whole day trip.
There are two ways to do this -...More
It a 45 minutes’ drive from Hua Hin arrive to sall village of Bang Pu and from there decide to rent a boat to take you around the cape to Laem Sala beach, or walk a 30 minutes trek above the hill leading to the...More
Greedy eye-gouging of foreigners for both the entrance fee to the government-run park and the privately run boats to take you to the cave. Different pricing based on race or nationality is actually not allowed under the Thai Constitution. As a foreign Thai resident (with...More
Response from shazbatzannie | Reviewed this property |
It took us about 45 mins with children & lots of stops to take photos.
It’s steep up but the children aged 9 & 11 were fine & we saw younger children plus elderly. You can take it steady & places to rest.
It’s worth it.