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Kaeng Krachan National Park

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Cha-am, Thailand
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Reviewed 19 November 2012

Although this national park is the biggest in Thailand it is not very impressive. OK nature but not uh wildlife

1  Thank mikael.bjerrum
Reviewed 1 November 2012

This is one of very best attractions to be found in the Hua Hin area. The easiest route to the park is by turning left towards Springfield golf course if your heading north from Hua Hin. Kaeng Krachan Country Club And Resort with it's magnificent...More

1  Thank Gianni F
Reviewed 18 October 2012

For nature lovers like me I really enjoy driving to Kaeng Krachan National Park and visit the Pala-U Waterfall there. Around 60km west of Hua Hin, We drove fro around 1 hour to reach the entrance of the national park. Along the route there are...More

1  Thank EddieLeungHK
Reviewed 5 May 2012

We decided to take a day trip to this part to see the views of the countryside and its wild life. We were certainly not disappointed. Besides visiting the national park dam we decided to look for wild life and were introduced to monkey island...More

4  Thank LawrieMellieha_Malta
Reviewed 25 April 2012

We took a mini bus tour to the park during our holiday, It involved a long tail boat trip to the park centre for a steep uphill climb to a temple created for the kinhg. As reasonably fit 60 year olds we found the climb...More

2  Thank max09
Reviewed 7 March 2012

It's strange I should have to describe the largest national park in Thailand as a hidden gem but that's how it seems. We went on a Tuesday and, at least in the parts we saw and the roads we travelled on, there were barely any...More

6  Thank DH_5000
Reviewed 31 December 2011

Just next to the Myannmar border, Pala U waterfall is a very pleasant hike if you enjoy scrambling, climbing, etc on ungroomedctrails. The hike demands some skill, balance and physical fitness to cross the river, climb the rocks and negotiate the steep slopes in various...More

3  Thank LilyChina
Reviewed 16 February 2011

We booked a day out to the Kaeng Krachan National Park with Boat Tour included. I read information about this tour on the web and truly thought that we would be trekking through jungle in a jeep trying to view some of the wildlife (the...More

14  Thank KimmiWeybridge
Reviewed 17 May 2008

we ventured out to the burma border to see the pala u waterfalls definetly worth it. got to tier 5 most get to tier 3. didnt swim in it heard there would be leeches in the water. took us a hour each way.

2  Thank thrahtobe
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To long a go!
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Houda A
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Response from Brian H | Reviewed this property |
The National Park area at Bang Kran and Panuanthung closes every year from 1 August - 1 November