In Thailand, few sights are as spectacular as Phraya Nakorn cave. In 1890, for the visit of King Chulalongkorn ( Rama V ), the little temple was built into the cave. After many Kings visited the place. As the rays of the morning sun flood through the roof of the cavern, a small temple on the floor of the cave is bathed in a majestic golden glow. The cave is located just 30 minutes from Longbeach Inn by boat, and 15 minutes by car.
Phraya Nakorn Cave
Just a 15 minute ride by car will bring you to the Marshlands, where a Park Ranger will lead you on a quiet tour of the marsh on a pole boat. Experience spectacular scenery during this tour and throughout the surrounding small villages. Rrecommended for bird watching later in the day.
One hour from our Hotel you will find Kuiburi National Park. Known as the best wild elephant watching spot in Thailand. We are almost 99% sure visitors will see wild elephants any given day of the year. The National Park is also home of the biggest populations of Gaurs.
We start the trip by visiting Wat Huay Mongkong temple. It holds the biggest statue of the famous monk Luang Phor Thuad and is also a serene peaceful place to relax.
The Pala-U waterfall, with 16 levels is located in the jungle of Keang Krachan National Park, Thailand's largest nature preserve. The place is home to unspoiled rainforest, with enormous trees and many species of butterflies, birds and mammals.
Kaeng Krachan is the largest national park in Thailand and no park has more variety of wildlife. here used to be a significant tiger population up until a couple of decades ago. Wildlife watching, camping, hiking and impressive viewpoints for the sea of mist are among the popular activities in the park.
Wildlife Rescue Centre
You can visit the center on an organised day trip. Where you will be shown rescued elephants, bears, monkeys and many more in thailand's biggest wildlife rescue centre.
It is the best option to learn about Thailand's wildlife, it's beauty and its problems. Learn everything there is to know about wildlife conservation and animal welfare in Thailand.
The Monsoon Valley Vineyard is around 36 km to the west of Hua Hin. The Vineyard was founded in 2001 by winemaker Suppached Sasonsen which is now the lead wine producer of Thailand. The daily tour takes you across the vineyard, quality lunch and wine.
Hua Hin is a bustling and thriving city, full of culture, attractions and activities. It has many incredible beaches, mountains, temples, night markets, water parks, and fine diners. Like The Cicada Market, Hua Hin has many markets with great street food and if that isn't your style there are many fancy restaurants too. The Hua Hin railway station, the Royal Hua Hin golfcourse and the Centara Hotel built for King Rama VIII are among the famous attractions of Hua Hin.