Sawasdee! Meet our Guide at your hotel in Surat Thani, proceed to Phra That Sri Surat is also named Phra That Khao Thaphet because it is located on the mountain Kaho Thaphet. The stupa is in Sri Vijaya style and H.R.H. Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn enshrined relics of Lord Buddha in this stupa in 1984. The Phra That is located in a park-like wooden area to the south of the city of Surat Thani which offers a nice view over the city and the land below.
Then visit to Ban Tha Sathon hot spring is located in Tha Sathon subdistrict, in the southeast of Phunphin district, Surat Thani province. The pond is filled with water originating from the hot spring, which is encircled with a wooden walkway. Getting closer to the water there isn’t recommendable, as it has a temperature of about 70° there. Quite odd to see even a little bit of steam on a sunny day with an air temperature of around 30°.
Lunch at Kampun restaurant or similar.
After lunch we go to Sand dunes, Muang Kae. Traces left by the fine white sand. The process of tin mining in the old days. Divided into a long day into a huge sand dunes hundreds of meters tall building blocks 7-8 floors in Ban Nasan District.
The last destination is Tai Romyen National Park covering an area of 425 square kilometers is situated in Surat Thani province, to the north of Khao Luang national park in Nakhon Sri Thammarat province. This area used to be a camp of armed communist operations in the past. There are many waterfals, caves, and forest trails to visit in the park. It is relatively unknown to most of the tourists.
Back to Surat Thani, transfer you to the hotel.