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Sam Roi Yot National Park, Sam Roi Yot, Thailand
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All reviews boat ride hua hin laem sala car park per person flip flops well worth the effort steep climb beautiful place half way your feet bring water take your time khao sam roi yot national park an option return trip paid baht
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

It is quite a climb over two hilltops, but what a great reward awaits you at the end. A small temple in the cave is lit through a big hole in the cave dome. Around 11:00 am the sunlight through the roof is topmost.

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank Nico_Jong
Reviewed 4 days ago

looks like a very different place from the outside world. Very nice place to see. remember to bring water to drink & to bring out whatever rubbish that you bring in to protect the place

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank Jeff N
Reviewed 4 days ago

An interesting deserve to visit cave and jungle. We couldn't believe about such a place, if we didn't see

Date of experience: April 2018
Thank mitra m
Reviewed 5 days ago

Must do if you are around Hua Hin, we took the boat from the beach (saves you a difficult hill crossing) took the boat tour, first to the canal and see some colorfull fishing boats, then to monkey island, then to the beach for the...More

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank Bob2507
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

We were unsure whether to do this as was about an hours taxi ride from Hua Hin and read that it was a steep climb etc to temple . All I can say it is well worth it ! The temple is breath taking !...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank cmw14
Reviewed 1 week ago

A previous review entitled "Spectacular" pretty much summarises this day out. Take the short boat ride around the bluff to the beach and enjoy. The climb up to the cave entrance is not TOO strenuous, just pace yourself and you get there in no time....More

Date of experience: January 2019
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We arranged for private transfers to Phraya Nakhon Cave for 1800baht and paid $200 baht per pax for entrance fee into the cave. We decided to take the long tail boat suggested by many who had reviewed abt this place and I think it’s worth...More

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank StephSoh
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We decided to go it alone. As there was four of us a trip with the agent was very expensive. We spoke with local taxi drivers and paid 1500 bhat for the 45-50 minute return journey. On arrival there is a small area with shops...More

Date of experience: January 2019
1  Thank Lisa W
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The walk to the grotto from the parking lot is tremendously varied. Do not go for the rip off boat offers the walk to the grotto is easy. First you climb a gentle slope then go down hill. You end up on a beach amid...More

Date of experience: October 2018
1  Thank X1552RTemmanuelc
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We left Hua Hin at about 8am which meant we arrived in the car park at about 9am. Very few people were about at this time and it meant that we were able to easily buy our tickets and then get on the boat which...More

Date of experience: January 2019
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etquah382
December 14, 2018|
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Response from Warren K | Reviewed this property |
There are two ways to get to the temple/cave. You can take the path from the parking lot, which apparently takes around 2 hours. Or you can take a boat around to the other path (the one we took) and it takes about an hour... More
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Lee_nig
July 31, 2018|
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Response from Phil M | Reviewed this property |
No crawling necessary. It's a fairly steep path up the hill but plenty of older people and children manage without problems (just regular trainers / walking shoes are fine). Once you reach the caves, they are large caverns... More
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Lee_nig
July 31, 2018|
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no just walking over rough ground
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JasleenDhanjal
Chandigarh, India
Driving in Thailand (2 Replies)
Hi guys, My husband and I are travelling to Thailand this Nov end. We are planning to hire a car in Bangkok nd then head to erawan National Park, to Phraya nakhon Cave the next day and then to Phuket and Krabi. We are planning to drop the car in Krabi. For Indian drivers, is it important to have an international driving permit or can we drive with the Indian driving license? Thanks in advance!
November 14, 2017|
Response fromRolf S|
Yes, you need an IDP, since the police doesnt read hindi. And in case of a crash your insurance might not pay out. Thai police love to stop you! Hope you have adequate driving experience for safe rravel.
Seks
Canada
Phraya Nakhon Cave: best option to get from HH to Bang Pu? (5 Replies)
We are looking at various options on how to get from HH to Bang Pu. Are there any tour operators that go there? How about a recommended private driver to hire to take us to Bang Pu and back to HH? We are looking at either going on a Saturday or Sunday since we arrive in HH on a Fri evening and we leave Mon mid morning.
February 04, 2018|
Response fromsinglouissa|
Phraya Nakhon Cave is south of Hua Hin , plenty of drivers around central area in Hua Hin will have sign boards and you show them here you want to go. Where does Bang Pu come into it or are you going there after Hua Hin ?
AussieKarin0040
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Day trip (10 Replies)
Hi Guys..back again. Its been awhile but life has been crazy over here and had no time but really looking forward to holiday...only 10 weeks to go. So today's question is regarding day trip. My son is turning 13 while we are in Hua Hin and he got to decide what to do for his birthday. He has chosen to go to Phraya Nakhon Cave. Research tells me its a 45 min drive, best to catch boat for 400? bht and save energy to walk the other 430 metres and to wear good shoes. We will also be up for...More
March 17, 2018|
Response fromsinglouissa|
Like above many years ago :) But I think "same wooden bridge walk that is in Khao Sam Roi Yot Park " might be the boardwalk over the swamp area popular for birdwatching. Maybe someone can suggest a good specific driver , but as said above this is very popular and the drivers will know where to go , Dolphin Bay area is a good spot for lunch / comfort stop (!) Have photos available for where you want to go so drivers are 'clear' I am sure you have seen about Vana Nava and Black...More