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 Wanakorn National Park (km.345)

Travel 22 kilometers south of Prachuab city and you will find the 7-kilometer-long Wanakorn beach lined with casuarinas trees. This beautiful wide white sandy beach offers tranquility and is a good swimming spot.Koh Chan and Koh Taisea are two small islands that lie in front of this beach. There is speed boat service taking travelers to go snorkeling around the islands.




Huay Yang Waterfall National Park (km. 350-351)

This park covers Bangsapan and Tubsakae districts. It has a few waterfalls, including Huay Yang, Kha-on, Kaolaan, and Saiku. Huay Yang waterfall is a beautiful 9 tiered waterfall in a lush ground of various plants and trees. The national park offers bungalows and tents for rent.




Pra Maha Tat Jede Pukde Prakad (km.382)

Pra MahaTat Jede Pukde Prakad is a big pagoda located on Kao Thongchai. It is a majestic pagoda that was built to honor King Rama IX for the Golden jubilee of the 50th anniversary of his accession to the throne of Thailand.

Ban Krud Beach (km.382)

Almost 165 kms south of Hua Hin, this is a wide white sandy beach with clear water. It has a beachfront road lined with coconut trees and casuarinas trees. You can stroll along the beach to visit different resorts and restaurants in a peaceful atmosphere, which attracts visitors all year round.

Khao Thongchai (km.382)

This beachfront hill is between two splendid beaches-Baan Krud and Sai Kaew. It is the finest  scenic point in Bangsapan district. As well, there is a large Buddha statue worth seeing at the top of the hill-Pra Phu Takitti Siri Chai-Pra Maha Tat Jede Pukde Prakad

Pra Phu Takitti Siri Chai (km.382)

Pra Phu Takitti Siri Chai is a well respected Buddha image in a meditating pose, which 10 meters wide and 13.82 meter high. The Buddha image sits facing the ocean and was built to honor Queen Sirikit for her 60 th birthday

Kromluang Chumpon Ket-udomsak Pavillion (km.382)

Kromluang Chumpon Ket-udomsak a son of King Rama V, who is honored as the father of the Thai Navy and was highy respected among Thais, especially fishermen. The pavilion  is located on Kao Thongchai, facing the  ocean. It is surrounded with a beautiful flower garden that offers a splendid atmosphere for visitors. This location is believed to be the place where KromLuang Chumpon used to rest while his boat anchored here.




Mae Rum Peung Bay (km.399)

This is a big bay that has a beachfront road. Most locals earn their living from fishing. Visitors can see fisherman at work. Nets with dried fish and squid can be seen on both sides of the road.

Khao Mah Rong Cave (km.399)

Three kilometers south of Bangsapan market, follow side road no.3374 It is a small cave and is located on a low hill. The cave has many coves, naturally decorated with stalactites and stalagmites, and holds hundreds of Buddha images.


Sai Khu Waterfall (km.404-405)

This 10 meters high medium-size waterfall is 24 kilometers south of  Bangsaphan district There is a picnic area by the stream running  down from  the waterfall. It is Another good spot to spend a day in a lush ground .

Koh Thalu-Koh Singh-Koh Sung

Around these three islands, which are located close together, there are shallow snorkelling  areas. Koh Thalu is the largest of the three. At the north end of this island is a red cliff and a big hole to the other side, from which it gets it name? Koh Thalu. Koh Singh-Koh Sung, which are beautiful spots and have fertile coral reefs which can be easily seen with the naked eye in the crystal clear water.

Fung Deang Beach

It is not far from Bangsapan Noi district about 9 kilometers. It is a very wonderful beach., lined with a red cliff. The cliff can be seen from the sea and that is how it came to get the name "Fung Deang Beach"


A perfect seaside hideaway for all who is looking for the private and peaceful resort