Elephant Village Hua Hin

Hua Hin Elephant Village It is located 2.5 kilometers from Petchkasem Road near Hua Hin Market, along the Hua Hin-Nong Plub route. (The same way to Pa La-U Waterfall) Elephant Village is on the right hand side. Behind Wat Itisukto, there is an elephant trekking service to see the temple and nature, go into the forest, go up the hill, go up to the Pala-U waterfall, pass the area of ​​the mahout village and walk in the water. Experience the cuteness of elephants with a mini show of elephants, include elephants painting pictures and playing music. At this elephant village, there is a policy of ecotourism to preserve the forest landscape that maintains its naturalness and does not deteriorate the forest. It is the traditional way of life of elephant herders and promotes conservation of Thai elephants to prevent extinction.

Open Daily: 09:00 – 17:00

Direction: Elephant Village Hua Hin

Huay Mongkol Temple (Giant Statue Of Famous Monk)

Luang Por Thuat, a large Buddha image with a lap width of 9.9 meters, 11.5 meters high, and a 3-storey base. Not far away is a sculpture of Luang Por Thuat, carved from a large Takhianthong wood that is open for the public to enter. Up here is also another good viewpoint of Prachuap Khiri Khan which reveals the intricate view of the Tanao Sri Mountain Range that separates the border between Thailand and Myanmar.

Open Daily: 05.00 - 21.00

Direction: Huay Mongkol Temple (Giant Statue Of Famous Monk)

Pa La-U Waterfall

Pa La-U Waterfall consists of Pah La-U Yai Waterfalland Pah La-U Noi Waterfall. There are 15 cascades of the waterfall. From the 5th level upwards, the waterfalls are quite large. The visitors can walk up to the 7th level. The higher levels are dense forest, which is difficult to access and Pah La-U is a forest in Kaeng Krachan National Park which is rich with forests and wildlife.

Open Daily: 08.00 - 17.00

Direction: Pa La-U Waterfall

Tham Phraya Nakhon

Phraya Nakhon is a large cave on the ceiling with a opening allowing sunlight to go through the cave. The highlight of this cave is “Kareuhat Throne”. It was built in the reign of King Rama V and it was workmanship of Princess Kajorn Charat Wong. It was created in Bangkok and then provided to Phraya Chonlayot Yothin to perform as a constructor. King Rama V came for the ceremony of mounting the gable-final with his own. On the right side of the stone wall, there are the signatures of King Rama V and King Rama VII. The letters are noticeably large and white. Kareuhat Throne is a landmark of Tham Phraya Nakhon and is the current Prachuap Khiri Khan Symbol.

Open Daily: 09.00 - 17.00

Direction: Tham Phraya Nakhon

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