Phetchaburi Attractions, Attractions in Phetchaburi, what to do in Phetchaburi, Phetchaburi Sightseeing

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Phetchaburi Attractions
Historical Sites
Phra Nakhon Khiri Historical Park or Khao Wang
Location : Mueang District
Phra Nakhon Kriri Historical Park
Phra Nakhon Kriri Historical Park
Phra Nakhon Khiri Historical Park or Khao Wang is an ancient monument located on 3 large tops of a mountain, the highest one measuring 95 meters and it is popular attraction in Phetchaburi. Phra Nakhon Khiri or Khao Wang was construction in King Rama IV era. King Rama IV was pleased with the location and assigned Chaophraya Si Suriyawong (Chuang Bunnak), then Minister of Defence, to oversee the construction of a summer palace here. Upon completion in 1860, the king named the palace “Phra Nakhon Khiri”, but the local people have preferred to call it “Khao Wang” or the palace mountain until present. Phra Nakhon Khiri comprises throne halls, royal residences, temples, and many other buildings; most of them are of the Western style, featuring a blend of the Chinese and neoclassical architecture.

The mountaintop buildings are as follows:
Boran Sathan Thung Setthi
Location : Cha-Am District
Boran Sathan Thung Setthi is an ancient monument located at the foot to the east of Khao Chom Prasat. It features remains of a large brick and stucco chedi with clay mortar, where stucco reliefs and artefacts were unearthed. According to the finds, Boran Sathan Thung Setthi is believed to have been constructed in the Dvaravati period (around the 7th – 11th century).
Religious Sites
Kuan Yin Inter-Religious Park
Location : Kaeng Krachan District
Kuan Yin Inter-Religious Park
Kuan Yin Inter-Religious Park
Kuan Yin Inter-Religious Park is a source of religious knowledge and it is an ideal place for mental and spiritual relaxation on a total area of about 180 rai in Phu Sawan Sub-district, the religious park is divided into separate zones. It features the Land of Mahanaya - Taoism, Land of Buddhism, Land of Noble Monks, and sculptures of Hindu gods and Kuan Yin. One interesting item is the world’s largest 1,000-handed, 1,000-eyed Kuan Yin carved out of camphor wood from China. Visitors can make a tour on foot and stop to pay respect at some spots. Otherwise, take a small train at 30 baht per person.
Opening Hours : Daily from 08.00 am. - 06.00 pm.
Palaces
Phra Ram Ratchaniwet
Location : Mueang District
Phra Ram Ratchaniwet
Phra Ram Ratchaniwet
Phra Ram Ratchaniwet or Ban Puen Palace was design in European style, was built began in 1909 and completed in 1916 under the command of King Rama V for became his rainy season palace. The plot of land was bought from a villager and the design was made by a German, Mr.Karl Deurring. Admiral HRH Prince Boriphat of Nakhonsawan and HRH Prince Damrong were assigned to monitor the construction. In the reign of King Rama VI, it was used to welcome and accommodate state visitors during that time. It has been commissioned to many institutes and now becomes Petchaburi Historic and Arts Museum under the conservation by Thai Royal Army.

How to get there : From Phetkasem Road through Phetcharat Hospital, turn left onto Damrongtham Road, the palace has a distance of about 2 kilometers from Phetchaburi City. From Phetchaburi City can use Ratchadamnoen Road at the junction of Damrongrak Road, turn left about 500 meters, the palace is on the right.
Opening Hours : Daily from 08.00 am. - 04.00 pm.
Admission : 50 Baht (Price are subject to change)
Contact : Tel. 0 3242 8506
Maruekhathaiyawan Palace
Location : Cha-Am District
Maruekhathaiyawan Palace
Maruekhathaiyawan Palace
This is the beautiful summer seaside palace which is located nearby from Cha-am beach and it is often referred to as "the palace of love and hope". The palace was constructed in 1923 under the royal command of King Rama VI by using golden teakwood from the demolished Hat Chao Samran Palace in style mixed Thai and European architecture.

How to get there: The palace is located inside Fort Phra Ram Hok, Huai Sai Nuea Sub-district, a distance 8 kilometers from Cha-am Beach, between 216 – 217 kilometers maker.
Opening Hours : Daily from 08.30 am. - 04.30 pm. (Except Wednesday)
Admission : 30 Baht (Price are subject to change)
Contact : Tel. 0 3250 8444
Exhibition Centre
Cha Am Magic Show
Location : Cha-Am District
Cha Am Magic Show is located on Phetchakasem Road, about 1 kilometer from Cha-am Intersection. The magic show in the earthen theatre takes time approximately 1.30 hours.
Opening Hours : Daily from 08.00 pm. - 09.30 pm.
Admission : 500 Baht for adults and 200 Baht for children (Price are subject to change)
Contact : Tel. 08 1696 6921, 0 3247 0900
National Parks
Khao Nang Phanthurat Forest Park
Location : Cha-Am District
Khao Nang Phanthurat Forest Park
Khao Nang Phanthurat Forest Park
Khao Nang Phanthurat is very beautiful and unique forest park which covering a total area of approximately 1,562 rai and located at Ban Khao Mai Nuan, Khao Yai Sub-district. It was established as a forest park on 25 February, 1999. Most of this area is a limestone mountain. The mountain lies from the north to the south, and looks like a giant (Nang Phanthurat) lying down. Forest Park consist many kinds of lime stones as well as many beautiful caves such as Masang Cave, Mayom Cave, Chaeng Cave, Sra Chaonjao, Yod Nang Phanthurat, Hup Wang Reau.

How to get there: There are 2 routes to Khao Nang Phanthurat:
The first route, using Petchakasem Road, pass Wat Nikomwachirawaram and go to Nikom-Ban Nongdtapod Road. The park is far from there around 12 kilometers.

The second route, using Cha-am - Had Chao Samran Road, pass the cannel and go to Wat Nongdtapod-Nikom Road. The park is far from there around 10 kilometers.
Contact : Tel. 0 3243 3661 ext. 305
Hotels : Hotels in Cha-Am Area
Tourist Attractions
Kaeng Krachan National Park
Location : Kaeng Krachan District
Kaeng Krachan National Park
Kaeng Krachan National Park
Kaeng Krachan is the largest national park in Thailand, covering an area around 2,914.70 square kilometers in three districts is Nong Ya Plong District, and Kaeng Krachan Districts in Phetchaburi Province and Hua Hin District in Prachuap Khiri Khan Province. Kaeng Krachan was declared a national park on 12 June 1981.

The park is located 53.5 kilometers from the city and is 3 kilometers beyond Khuean Kaeng Krachan (Kaeng Krachan Dam) where there are a plenty of water activities such as cruising along the reservoir or fishing. With the large area of forests, camping and trekking are also popular activities here. The highest peak called Panerntung is the spot of the most picturesque scene which is the sea of fog during rainy and winter season. Kaeng Krachan is also famous for its natural diversity and beautiful waterfalls. Visitors can enjoy seeing rare type of birds and millions of butterflies during summer.

Kaeng Krachan National Park provides accommodation for visitors, as well as camping areas near the lake, Khao Phanoen Thung, and Camp Ban Krang. A tent for rent is available.

How to get there : From the ridge of Kaeng Krachan Dam, there is a road running to the left for 3 kilometers to the Park’s headquarters.
By Car
Bangkok to Phetchaburi is 115 kilometers. There are many roads which enter the park. There is an asphalt road which goes to park headquarters, there are several other roads which are commonly driven:
1. 6 kilometers north of Phetchaburi Province, there is a road which leads 52 kilometers into the park.
2. Starting from Phetchaburi Province, drive 20 kilometers towards Tha Yang District. Take a left and drive 38 kilometers to the park. The general public generally uses this road.
3. From Phetchaburi, drive through Tha Yang District, Cha-am to Hua Hin. Here turn left and drive 62 kilometers into the park.
4. From Bangkok, take Highway 35 to Pak Tho District, Ratchaburi province. Turn into Highway 4 via the intersection to Phetchaburi provincial town until reaching the Tha Yang Intersection. Turn right to Tha Yang District and follow the Liap Khlong Chonlaprathan or Irrigation Canal Road. Continue on Highway 3499 for some 30 kilometers to reach Kaeng Krachan District. The Park’s headquarters is another 4 kilometers from the entrance.

By Bus
Take the Bangkok - Tha Yang bus and get off at the Tha Yang Market. Then, connect to a minibus (Song Thaeo) to get to the Kaeng Krachan Market and followed by a local taxi or motorcycle for another 4 kilometers to reach the Park’s headquarters.
Contact : Tel. 0 3246 7326, 08 6166 2991, 0 3245 9293, 0 3243 3658
Tourist Attractions
Natural Attractions
Chao Samran Beach
Location : Mueang District
Chao Samran Beach
Chao Samran Beach
Chao Samran Beach, meaning the Royal Leisure Beach and it had been a significant resort of the royal family since Ayutthaya period. The beach is a favorite place for tourists who love its calm and beautiful. Chao Samran Beach, there was a legend that King Naresuan the Great and his brother, King Ekathotsarot, fell in love with this peaceful seaside and decided to extend their stay during a short visit. The beach was highly popular during King Rama VI period, who had ordered the construction of Hat Chao Samran Palace, which finished in 1918.

How to get there : Chao Samran Beach is located 15 kilometers from Phetchaburi Market on Highway 3177 and about 13 kilometers beyond Rajabhat University Phetchaburi.
Hat Laem Luang
Location : Ban Laem District
Hat Laem Luang or Laem Luang beach is the first sand beach of Thailand’s southern that the small cape marks the beginning of the beach of the southern province. Hat Laem Luang situates lower than Hat Chao Samran for 5 kilometers, Laem Luang is on the estuary of a canal in Laem Pak Bia District where there is the large area of mangroves forest. You can take a boat ride to visit the tip of the cape at the end of the canal. There, you will find the white sandy beach stretches for 2 kilometers. It’s also a popular place for bird lovers to watch various types of seabirds. You can also surf out of the shore to catch some glimpse of Bryde's Whales that migrate here during winter season. For those who enjoy the sunlight, it’s the only beach where you can see the sunrise and sunset at the same place.

How to get there : Laem Luang is in Laem Phak Bia Sub-district, 20 kilometer from Mueang Phetchaburi District along the same route to, but with a left turn slightly before reaching, Hat Chao Samran. Visitors may ride a long-tail boat to the tip of the cape, taking approximately half an hour. Boat rental is 350 Baht with a capacity of 8-10 persons.
Contact : Tel. 0 3244 1209
Laem Leo
Location : Ban Laem District
Laem Leo is located in the old fisherman’s village which it has a wooden bridge running past the village go to seaside restaurants. The area is also home to a large herd of macaques that always come to be fed by passers-by. Laem Leo is situated approximately 1 kilometer from Ban Laem District on the way from Ban Laem to Bang Tabun.
Pha Nam Yod Cliff
Location : Tha Yang District
Pha Nam Yod Cliff is a high and erected cliff which always has water drip onto the river, and has more water flow especially in rainy season, causing evergreen moss over its face. The cliff can be clearly seen from the bank of Phet Buri River by people traveling on water by raft. Tourist can rafting, canoeing and kayaking.
Administered by : Kaeng Krachan National Park
Puek Tian Beach
Location : Tha Yang District
Puek Tian Beach
Puek Tian Beach
Puek Tian Beach is the perfect beach and crystal clear water not far from Bangkok. Be suitable for those who seek utter relaxation or to really get back to nature. The main character from a famous piece of Thai literature such as Phra Aphaimani who is a hero, Phisuea Samut who is the female giant, Sutsakhon who is phra Aphaimani’s son and Ma Nin Mangkon it is a half-horse half-dragon creature with onyx scales.

How to get there: Puek Tian Beach is located about 7 kilometers from south of Chao Samran Beach and is 21 kilometers away from Phetchaburi town. Visitors may take Phetchakasem Road to Tha Yang District and turn left at the Khlong Chonlaprathan Sai 2 Junction for approximately 15 kilometers.
Khao Eko
Location : Khao Yoi District
Khao Eko is the serene hill which situated in the vicinity of Huai Rong Sub-district in the north part of Khao Yoi District. Inside the cave, there are beautiful stalagmites, stalactites and an important pagoda was constructed in 1912 by Abbot Kaew of Wat Phuang Malai in Mae Klong town. Nowsaday it is a tradition of Khao Yoi people to walk up the hill pay their homage's to temple and Pagoda during the Songkran Festival.
Nong Ya Plong Hot Spring
Location : Nong Ya Plong District
Nong Ya Plong Hot Spring is the natural hot spring with a temperature of approximately 49 degrees Celsius for anyone who would like to relax and recharge their mind and body-naturally. Its surrounding area has been developed and managed by the local community. Mineral bathrooms, leg-soaking rooms, and health massage are provided, as well as food shops. From the parking area, the hot spring’s origin is within a walking distance of 400 meters. On the way to go to Nong Ya Plong Hot Spring, the asphalt road has directional signs along the way with fine scenery of paddy fields, undulating hills, and a Karen village. In addition, there are several other tourist attractions in the nearby area; such as, Namtok Mae Kradang La, which will require a 4-wheel drive vehicle to access for a distance of 8 kilometer, with another 1 kilometer walk.

How to get there : Take Highway 4 (Phetchakasem Road) and, at Km. 148-149, turn toward Nong Ya Plong and follow the direction signs for about 32 kilometer to the hot spring.
Cha Am Beach
Location : Cha-Am District
Cha Am Beach
Cha Am Beach
Cha Am beach is the most beautiful beach and best known landmarks in Phetchaburi. Cha-am is beautiful beach as same as the neighboring Hua Hin Beach, which the beach is famous for being long and clean beach.

Today, Cha-am is a popular lively resort town offering a large variety of accommodations and challenging activities. Boredom is rare in Cha-am as there are a variety of water sports that can be enjoyed, while a possible alternative to water sports is bicycle riding along a 6-kilometer sandy white beach. During the weekdays the beach is virtually deserted and there are beach umbrellas and sling chairs are available for hire.

How to get there: Cha Am beach located approximately 163 kilometers south of Bangkok, 40 kilometers south of Phetchaburi and 20 kilometers north of Hua Hin. The State Railways of Thailand operates a special trip to Cha-am on every holiday. Detailed information can be obtained from Travel service Section.
Contact : Tel. 0 3247 1005-6
Sirindhorn International Environment Park
Location : Cha-Am District
Sirindhorn International Environment Park
Sirindhorn International Environment Park
Sirindhorn International Environment Park was established in honour of Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn on her 48th birthday anniversary in 2005, with an aim to revive as well as develop the environment of the mangrove forest, beach forest, and mixed deciduous forest that provide a natural habitat for various kinds of fauna in the area back into its original fertility. It was also intended to be a centre of knowledge, publicity, and training of an international standard on the conservation of energy, natural resources and environment, as well as promotion of ecotourism in order to stimulate and implant public awareness in the significance of the conservation of energy and environment for sustainable development. The knowledge and experience gained can be applied in daily life. Spots of interest within the Park include:
- Energy for Environment Centre
- Energy and Environmental Conservation Camp and International Environment Camp
- Huai Sai Development Study Centre under Royal Initiatives
- Huai Sai Wildlife Breeding and Extension Centre

How to get there : Sirindhorn International Environment Park is located within the precincts of Fort Phra Ram Hok, Cha-Am Sub-district on Phetchakasem Road. It is accessible by the same route as Phra Ratchaniwet Mrigadayavan.
Contact : Tel. 0 3250 8352, 0 3250 8396
Camp Ban Krang
Location : Kaeng Krachan District
Camp Ban Krang is located at Km. 15 which it is a campsite for bird and butterfy watchers where there is a pleasantly cool climate. The camp offers a nature trail through mixed deciduous forest and dry evergreen forest. Frequented flora include Takhian Thong (iron wood - Hopea odorata), Yang (Dipterocarpus alatus), Makha Mong (Afzelia xylocarpa), Kritsana (eagle wood - Aquilaria crassna), and plants of a moist forest including ferns, Krathon Ruesi (Sapria himalayana), Hanuman, and rattan, all growing in abundance. There is also a lot of fauna; such as, wild elephant, gaur, banteng, barking deer, bear, and reserved wildlife including Sumatran serow, Fea’s barking deer, tapir, and marbled cat. More than 150 species of butterflies here are worth studying, especially in the dry season when flocks of them gather at the salt licks. During February - June, many kinds of birds can be seen building their nests, laying eggs, and feeding chicks; such as, great pied hornbill and great Indian hornbill which represent an indicator of a fertile evergreen forest.
Administered by : Kaeng Krachan National Park
Kaeng Krachan Dam
Location : Kaeng Krachan District
Kaeng Krachan Dam
Kaeng Krachan Dam
Kaeng Krachan Dam was created by the construction of the earth dam which blocked the Phetchaburi River. It is 760 meters long and 58 meters high. The reservoir of Kaeng Krachan Dam covers an area of 46.5 square kilometers and has a capacity of 710 million cubic meters. It was completed in 1966 and has become a large freshwater lake ideal for holiday-making and relaxation. Many tourists enjoy hiring a boat for sightseeing around the lake, observing village life from the water, and visiting the islands.

How to get there: It is 53 kilometers from Phetchaburi provincial town and 3 kilometers from Kaeng Krachan National Park, and accessible by the same route as the Kaeng Krachan National Park.
Administered by : Kaeng Krachan National Park
Khao Pakarang
Location : Kaeng Krachan District
Khao Pakarang is a bluish-grey limestone mountain with a cliff overlooking picturesque scenery. It is covered with verdant green forest and comprises undulating hills.
Administered by : Kaeng Krachan National Park
Khao Phanoen Thung
Location : Kaeng Krachan District
Khao Phanoen Thung
Khao Phanoen Thung
Khao Phanoen Thung or Phanoen Thung Mountain is very popular for bird watching locations and excellent view point for sea of fog in the early morning. It features the scenic beauty of a high mountain with a vast stretch of savannah located at 960 meters above sea level, surrounded by hill evergreen forest that serves as a natural habitat for a large number of fauna. With 1,207 meters above sea level, Khao Phanoen Thung is the second highest peak in the national park and cool temperatures year-round. The great view points there are two places include Phanoen Thung Camp at Km. 30 and Phanoen Thung Camp at Km. 36 maker. The view from the top includes a beautiful panorama of green forest, mountains, sunrises and sunsets, and the "sea of fog" formed when mists fill the valleys in the early morning. Mineral licks in the grassland attract large mammals. In rainy season, the national park will be closed Ban Krang and Panoen Thung area during August and October every year for visitor safety and forest recovering.

How to get there : Khao Panoen Thung is located 15 kilometers from Ban Krang Camp Site, 30 kilometers from Dan Khao Sam Yot Checkpoint and 49 kilometers from the National Park Office. 30 kilometers of the road from checkpoint is dirt road, only accessible with 4WD. It takes 2 days to get to the peak, with an overnight on the way. Visitors may request for a guide from the Park but have to prepare their own food, tents, and camping gear. A 6-kilometer trail begins at Km 27 for a strenuous hike.

Time to go up from Ban Krang to Panoen Thung:
- One Day Trip : 05.30 am. - 07.30 am.
- Camping : 01.30 pm. - 03.00 pm.

Time to come down From Panoen Thung to Ban Krang:
- 09.00 am. - 10.00 am., 04.00 pm. - 05.00 pm.
Admission: : 20 Baht for adults and 10 Baht for children
  30 Baht for 4-wheeled vehicles and 40 Baht for pick-up trucks
  100 Baht for vans and 70-80 Baht for vehicles with more than 4 wheels (Price are subject to change)
Contact : Tel. 0 3246 7326, 0 3245 9293, 08 6166 2991
Administered by : Kaeng Krachan National Park
Phanoen Thung Camp at Km. 30
Location : Kaeng Krachan District
Phanoen Thung Camp at Km. 30 is very popular for it's view points and birdwatching locations in and around the camp area. The Camp is a scenic viewpoint where the morning sea of mist can be admired and camping is allowed.

How to get there: A high-power vehicle will be needed to get there. A chartered pick-up truck is available in the Park’s headquarters’ area. As the road is rather narrow, the up and down times have been scheduled.
The up time is during 5.30 am. - 7.30 am., and 1.00 pm. - 3.00 pm.
The down time is during 9.00 am. - 10.00 am., and 4.00 pm. - 5.00 pm.
Admission: : 20 Baht for adults and 10 Baht for children
  30 Baht for 4-wheeled vehicles and 40 Baht for pick-up trucks
  100 Baht for vans and 70-80 Baht for vehicles with more than 4 wheels (Price are subject to change)
Contact : Tel. 0 3246 7326, 0 3245 9293, 08 6166 2991
Administered by : Kaeng Krachan National Park
Phanoen Thung Camp at Km. 36
Location : Kaeng Krachan District
Phanoen Thung Camp at Km 36
Phanoen Thung Camp at Km. 36
Phanoen Thung Camp at Km. 36 is located just 6 kilometers west from Phanoen Thung Camp, excellent view for sea of fog.
Administered by : Kaeng Krachan National Park
Rafting along the Phetchaburi River
Location : Kaeng Krachan District
Rafting along the Phetchaburi River is a stunning trip and it is very popular adventure activity in Phetchaburi which takes approximately 5-6 hours to complete, depending on the current of the river. The travel from Phetchaburi city to the starting point must use 4-wheel drive vehicle and takes about 3 hours.
Contact : Tel. 0 2918 6067, 0 3441 0695
The Lake
Location : Kaeng Krachan District
The lake covers an area of approximately 45 square kilometers. It is generally called Kaeng Krachan Reservoir. A cruising trip is very popular for tourists who visiting here. For boat rental, please contact food shops or boat clubs located near the national park’s headquarters.
Administered by : Kaeng Krachan National Park
Zoos & Amusement Parks
Santorini Park
Location : Cha-Am District
Santorini Park
Santorini Park
Santorini Park is very beautiful places for photography and popular shopping on Cha-am now. The building gets inspiration from Santorini Island in Greece which each shop will build in concept of an Amused. Santorini Park divide into 5 zones shopping plaza include Park zone, Village zone, Rest Area, Weekend Art Market and Events zone. Santorini Park has many things related to water, such as man-made waterfalls, dancing fountains, water balls for children, and green areas. The atmosphere inside is thus very enjoyable and waiting for you to touch these beautiful place.

How to get there : From Cha Am or Hua Hin you will need some motorized transport. If you come from Bangkok, you will see Santorini Park on the right hand side of the road just before the junction on the highway where you would turn left to reach Cha-am. The big ferris wheel can’t be missed as well as the typical white houses.
Opening Hours : Mon - Fri 10:00 am. - 08:00 pm.,
  Sat, Sun & Public Holidays 09:00 am. - 08:00 pm.
Admission : 50 Baht (Price are subject to change)
Contact : Tel. 0 3277 2999
Other Attractions
Tham Rong Community
Location : Ban Lat District
Tham Rong Community
Tham Rong Community
Tham Rong Community is a gathering of the villagers to preserve the original way of life of Tham Rong Sub-district, Phetchaburi. Local occupations like collecting toddy palm sap, simmering sugar from the toddy palm sap, cooking and making desserts from toddy palm fruits, can be observed and orchards of varieties of rose apple can be visited on appointment.

How to get there : Drive along Phetchakasem Road and turn toward Wat Tham Rong between Km. 176-177.
Contact : Tel. 0 3249 1467
Lao Song (Thai Song Dam) Tribal Villages
Location : Khao Yoi District
Lao Song (Thai Song Dam) Tribal Villages is home of the descendents of Lao Song, whose ancestors have migrated from Laos during the King Taksin, King Rama I and Rama III periods by it located in Ban Nong Prong and Ban ThapKhang. They have unique customs and traditions as well as architectural style and daily basis such as wearing all black clothes that have been preserved and are still practiced for hundreds years. They organize social events for entertainment and folk plays annually in April. In addition, Lao Song (Thai Song Dam) Tribal Villages has exhibits the Lao Song way of life in the past for later generations to learn. It also puts on exhibition tools and utensils used in their daily life, models of their houses, original scripts, cloth weaving demonstration, and sales of souvenirs such as clothes, handbags, and ornaments.

How to get there: Lao Song Tribal Villages is located at Moo 5, Khao Yoi Sub-district, about 1 kilometer from Khao Yoi Intersection toward Phetchaburi town, on Highway 4. Turn left at the entrance to Ban Wang School for 300 meters.
Opening Hours : Daily from 08.30 am. - 05.00 pm.
Contact : Tel. 0 3256 1200
Hup Kaphong
Location : Cha-Am District
Hup Kaphong
Hup Kaphong
Hup Kaphong is a learning center for agriculture project since 1964 by the initiative of King Bhumibol. After local farmers experiencing agricultural difficulties on infertile soil then Hup Kaphong project has started. With help from Israel researchers, the local farmers have learned methods to improve their agriculture such as soil improvement, cash crops and dairy cattle. They have created a strong cooperative management to run the project efficiency. Travelers are welcomed to visit for touring and browsing some products such as fresh crops and craft works like hats or bags made from hemp which have been exported to Asian and European countries.

How to get there: Hup Kaphong is situated in Khao Yai Sub-district and Cha-Am Sub-district, Cha-Am District. It is about 4 kilometers on Highway 3203, with a right turn into an asphalt road for another 6 kilometers between Km. 201 - 202.
Contact : Tel. 0 3247 1100, 0 3242 6232, 0 2579 7754