Friday, October 10, 2014

Picture of the Week #104 - Kuha Karuhas Pavilion in Phraya Nakhon Cave

Picture © Rohan Anirudh Singh
Located in the Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park (near Pranburi, can also be reached from Hua Hin) in the Prachuap Khiri Khan Province, this cave has a mystical touch to it. A cave which has formations of both stalactites and stalagmites has a sense of peace which can't be matched anywhere in Thailand. The fact that the Kings of Thailand used to come here regularly (and erected the golden pavilion) stands as a testament to that fact.
The Phraya Nakhon Cave is undoubtedly on of the 'best' places to visit in Thailand !


This post marks 2 years of the series which has captured the lengths and breadths of India, various landmarks in Australia, Italy, Denmark e.t.c. (Thanks to Traveler Richa!) and Thailand. 
A lot of effort has gone into presenting the sights and the information (about it) to you in the best and concise-est possible manner ! Hope that you have loved the journey uptill now and are raring to go ahead because we are :)



Being a nature lover I am a big fan of this place. I visited there before niagara falls tour from new york .Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park is one of most visited attraction of that region. It was established in 1966 also including in Thailand’s first coastal national park. During my visit I had great time there. It is well known by huge peaky limestone mountains which is lush with greenery. I enjoyed trekking a lot. It was as beautiful as from far. Phraya Nakhon Cave is one of famous attraction of this region. It is situated at 430 meters uphill from Laem Sala Beach. Which offers gorgeous views of natural beauty.