With visitors in tow, we visited what is said to be one of Thailand’s most beautiful and certainly most photographed caves. First impressions when we finally entered the enormous main chamber and saw the Kuha Karuhas (Royal) pavilion bathed in sunlight in the middle of Phraya Nakhon Cave – well worth the effort! Our adventure started …

This week’s planned outing required something very different for us – an early morning!!  Instead of the usual 7:40am alarm bells it was a 5:00am alarm!  AAUGH!!!  Why because we were off to Thung Sam Roi Yot (wetlands) section of Sam Roi Yot National Park. A few weeks back we had taken a day trip to Sam Roi …

So this week’s outing is to Sam Roi Yot National Park approximately 45 – 60 minutes’ drive (60 km) south of Hua Hin. Khao Sam Roi Yot means “The mountain with three hundred peaks” and refers to a series of limestone hills along the Gulf of Thailand with the highest peak at 605m above the sea …

A day at the beach – a favourite outing! The Hua Hin region is blessed with several beach options. The main beach of Hua Hin stretches south some 7km from the town centre (around the Hilton Hotel) to Khao Takiab mountain. The beach can be walked end to end at most times other than …

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