Jut three hours north of Bangkok, try these incredible things to do in Khao Yai, Thailand’s whimsical city.

Flying into Bangkok but looking for brand new experiences? Khao Yai may just be the perfect vacation you’re looking for. From whimsical accommodation options to cafes that look more like museums and sprawling lands where animals roam and flowers grow, there’s a wide range of exciting things to do in Khao Yai.

Getting Around in Khao Yai

3 Pax Car Klook Custom Tour from Suvarnabhumi Airport - Khao Yai Itinerary

The only problem is, there’s no public transportation in Khao Yai (not even taxis, Grab or Uber) and the attractions are pretty spread out. The best way to getting around would by renting your own car or getting one with a driver! We pre-booked a private tour through Klook which allowed us to plan exactly what we wanted to do in Khao Yai.

Lala Mukha Infinity Swimming Pool - Things to do in Khao Yai

If you’re looking to create your own Khao Yai itinerary, we’ve pulled together an extensive list of 25 fun highlights in this picturesque city. We recommend picking 4 – 5 places of interest each day (including food stops) and plotting them on the map to decide what to do each day.

If you’d prefer something more put together, check out our 4D3N Khao Yai Itinerary. We covered half of this list but feel free to use it as a base and swap out items from this list if you prefer.

Things to do in Khao Yai

1) Primo Piazza: Feed Sheep and Alpacas in ‘Italy

Primo Piazza Alpacca - Things to do in Khao Yai
Primo Piazza Steps - Things to do in Khao Yai

If you can’t go to Italy, let Khao Yai bring Italy to you in this Italian themed square. Primo Piazza even has its very own farm where you can exchange your entrance ticket for a handful of animal feed. This will most definitely upgrade your animal-whisperer abilities as the merino sheep, donkeys, and even resident alpacas start trotting to the front of the fence.

Entrance Fee: ฿200 (~S$8.87)
Opening Hours: 
9AM – 6PM, hours might change on public holidays
Address: 200/2 Moo10, Tambon Musi, Pakchong District, Nakhon Ratchasima 30130, Thailand

2) PB Wine Valley: Go wine tasting in Khao Yai’s own vineyard

Shiraz Wine at PB Wine Valley - Khao Yai Itinerary

Vineyards — check, cool weather — check… wait, is this still Thailand we’re talking about? Thanks to the high elevation and falling temperatures in the winter season (Nov – Feb), wine grapes like Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon and Chenin Blanc are able to grow in Khao Yai’s biggest vineyard — PB Wine Valley.

PB Wine Valley - Khao Yai Itinerary
PB Wine Valley Grapes - Khao Yai Itinerary

The 1000-acre vineyard runs up to six tours daily (8:30AM, 9:50AM, 11:10AM, 1:20PM, 2:40PM and 4PM), bringing you through their huge vineyards for photo-taking opportunities and wine factory visits. And of course, you’ll end off with three wine-tasters. Even non-alcoholics can join in the fun, with a full glass of 100% Shiraz Grape Juice.

Cost: ฿320 (~S$14.20) for a 75min tour around the winery
Opening Hours: 8AM – 8PM, closes at 10PM on Fri and Sat. Call (+66) 08 1733 8783 or send an email to book your tour
Address: 
102 Moo 5, Phaya Yen, Pak Chong Nakorn Ratchasima 30320

3) Jim Thompson Farm: Feast your eyes on never-ending flower fields

Jim Thompson Farm Flower Field- Khao Yai Itinerary

The Jim Thompson Farm is a little out of the way (two hours from Khao Yai National Park) but if you love flower fields, this farm will delight you. It’s only open between Nov – Feb, so don’t miss it if you’re in Khao Yai during this period!

Sunflower Field at Jim Thompson - Khao Yai Itinerary
Jim Thompson Pumpkin Patch -Khao Yai Itinerary

As you explore grounds filled with everything from giant pumpkins to towering sunflowers, you can’t help feeling like you’re in some kind of wonderland.

Entrance Fee: ฿180 (~S$7.98) on weekdays and ฿220 (~S$9.76)
Opening Hours: Varies
Address: 2072, Tambon Takhop, Amphoe Pak Thong Chai, Chang Wat Nakhon Ratchasima 30150, Thailand

4) Palio: Shop in an Italian Piazza

Palio shopping street - Khao Yai Itinerary
Piazza Palio Ariel View - Khao Yai Itinerary

Palio is an Italian-inspired market square with cobbled streets, accordion music, and splattering fountains. Here’s where you can shop for old-school toy shops, dainty dresses, and accessories.

Entrance Fee: Free
Opening Hours: 9AM – 7PM, closes at 9PM on Sat
Address: 
146/1 ม.4 Palio Khaoyai, ถ.ธนะรัชต์ กม.17, Tambon Mu Si, Amphoe Pak Chong, Nakhon Ratchasima 30130, Thailand

5) Hike at Khao Yai National Park

Khao Yai National Park Aeriel View - Khao Yai Itinerary

You can’t visit Khao Yai without stepping foot in its very own UNESCO World Heritage site! Spanning across 2000 square kilometres, you can take on hiking trails ranging from one to five hours. Come chase waterfalls, go bird watching, or even spot wild elephants if you’re lucky!

Khao Yai National Park - Haew Suwat Waterfall - Khao Yai Itinerary
Khao Yai National Park Haew Narok - Khao Yai Itinerary

Khao Yai National Park is home to two gorgeous waterfalls, Haew Narok and Haew Suwat, which can be accessed conveniently by car. If you book Klook’s Khao Yai tour from Bangkok, ask to be dropped off at the various car parks where it’s an easy 30min trek to each point of interest.

Entrance Fee: ฿400 (~S$17.74), ฿50 (~S$2.22) for the car
Opening Hours: 6AM – 6PM
Meeting point (for the tour): Pick up from accommodation or airport in Bangkok

6) Spot wild animals at Khao Yai National Park on a Wildlife and Night Safari tour

Khao Yai National Park Elephants - Things to do in Khao Yai
Khao Yai National Park Elephants - Things to do in Khao Yai

If you really want to spot wild animals, take a guided tour through the inner forests of the park. Organised by the Khao Yai National Park, this is your best chance to spot wild elephants, barking deers, naughty gibbons, and adorable otters while riding around in a safari jeep.

Cost: From ฿1,900 to 6,400 (~S$84.28 to ~S$283.90) according to group size
Activity Timings: Start between 8AM – 8:30AM, end between 8PM – 9PM. Book here
Meeting point: Pick up from selected hotels in Khao Yai

7) Take a refreshing dip in the waters of Ban Tha Chang Spring

Ban Tha Chang Spring water - Things to do in Khao Yai
Credit: zitseng

Ban Tha Chang Spring is where the locals go to escape the heat! Swim in clear, light-blue spring water or pick a shaded spot under the trees for an afternoon picnic. There’s also food stores nearby where you can grab a plate of som tam (papaya salad), grilled chicken, or cold drinks.

Entrance Fee: Free
Opening Hours: 8AM – 5PM
Address: Tambon Mu Si, Amphoe Pak Chong, Chang Wat Nakhon Ratchasima 30130, Thailand

8) Catch a Rodeo Show at Farm Chokchai

Farm Chokchai Tractor - Khao Yai Itinerary
Chokchai Rodeo Themepark - Things to do in Khao Yai

Credit: Hungryonion

This 250-acre farm has a huge variety of things to do that both kids and adults will love. There are scheduled tours which last for around two-and-a-half hours that bring you through the farm’s processes. Get entertained by a rodeo show, rev up ATV bikes, or even learn to make ice cream using Farm Chokchai’s very own milk brand, Umm!…Milk.

Cost: ฿300 for 2.5hr Farm Tour
Farm Tour Timings: 
10AM and 2PM (Tues – Fri), hourly from 10AM – 2PM on Sat, Sun, and public holidays. If the tour is full, the next tour will run 20min later. Recommended to reserve one week in advance
Address: 169 หมู่ 2, ถนนมิตรภาพ, ตำบลหนองน้ำแดง อำเภอปากช่อง จังหวัดนครราชสีมา, 30130 Tambon Pak Chong, Amphoe Pak Chong, Chang Wat Nakhon Ratchasima 30320, Thailand

9) Scream your lungs out at Scenical World Amusement Park

Scenical World - Things to do in Khao Yai
Scenical World - Things to do in Khao Yai

Photo credit: ScenicalWorld

Looking for a dose of adrenaline? Then it might be worth slotting this one into your itinerary! Scenical World is made out of three themed zones: 1) Excite, which has roller coasters, mega swings, ATV rides, and a flying fox, 2) Splash, a water park with 11 exciting slides as well as the mandatory wave pool and lazy river, and 3) Kids Zone, with classics like teacup spinners and carousel rides.

Entrance Fee: Varies by zone and rides
Opening Hours: 10AM – 6PM, closed on Wed
Address: 777 Moo 5 Thanarat Road, Moo See, Pakchong, Nakhon Ratchasima 30130

10) GranMonte Vineyard: Wine Tasting at a Family-run Vineyard

Granmonte Estate Vineyard - Things to do in Khao Yai

Photo credit: The GlobalGoddess

A lesser-known family-run vineyard in Khao Yai (just five minutes from PB Wine Valley) is the GranMonte Vineyard. It’s name means ‘Big Mountain’ in French — apt, for that’s what surrounds the vineyards. While the grounds might not be as big as PB Wine Valley’s, it still boasts a land area of 40 acres and makes up to 90,000 bottles of wine a year! If you’re too late to book a spot at PB Wine Valley, this is a good alternative!

Granmonte - Things to do in Khao Yai

Photo credit: Monruedee-Jansuttipan

Apart from wines, you can also find fruit jams, olive dips and pasta sauce, locally produced at GranMonte.

Entrance Fee: ฿330 (~S$14.66) incl. wine tasting or a bottle of 100% grape juice
Opening Hours: 8AM – 8PM. Check tour timings and reserve here
Address: 
52 Moo 9 Phayayen, Pakchong, Nakornrachasima, Thailand 30320

11) Saraburi Sunflower Field

Saraburi Sunflower Field - Things to do in Khao Yai

Saraburi Sunflower Field has an impressive land field with nothing but sunflowers! This one’s a little out-of-the-way on the northwestern side of Khao Yai National Park, but the entrance fee is super affordable. While the sunflowers aren’t as tall as those in Jim Thompson Farm (possibly because it’s November), here you can walk into various photo spots. There are stalls outside the entrance selling sunflower seeds and other snacks, and a small farm where you can feed baby goats for ฿40.

Entrance Fee: ฿20 (~S$0.89)
Address: 553/1 Pichai Campaign Pak Pak Amphoe Mueang Saraburi Saraburi 18000
Opening Hours:
6AM – 6PM (Only open between Nov – Dec)

12) Get Lost at Pete Maze

Pete's Maze - Things to do in Khao Yai

Photo credit: 2Wheels1Drone

Pete Maze is a fun stop if you’re headed for the Khao Yai Bonanza Exotic Zoo. After finding your way out, grab a dessert at The Chocolate Factory (just five minutes away!), before hitting the roads again.

Entrance Fee: ฿150 (~S$6.66)
Opening Hours: 9AM – 6PM
Address: Khanong Phra, Pak Chong District, Nakhon Ratchasima 30130, Thailand

13) Secret Art Garden

Secret Art Garden - Things to do in Khao Yai

Photo credit: @ying_ratchaneepon

Formally an open cornfield, Secret Art Garden is now a cafe and art house surrounded by big trees and colourful flowers.

You can sign up for art classes like folk art and clay doll painting, or just relax at one of the cafes while enjoying the surroundings.

Entrance Fee: ฿100 (~S$4.44)
Opening Hours: 8AM – 5PM, closed on Wed
Address: 99 Moo 9, Klangdong Pakchong Nakorn Ratchsima, 30320

14) Flora Park

Flora Park Khao Yai - Things to do in Khao Yai

Apart from Jim Thompson Farm, the other famous floral garden is the Flora Park at Wang Nam Khiao. It’s about an hour away from the Khao Yai National Park’s north entrance but if you love flowers, this is the place to be. Hop on the shuttle bus to explore eight different zones filled with over 400 varieties of plants.

Entrance Fee: ฿100 (~S$4.44)
Address: 
111 Moo 7, Tambon Wang Nam Kiew. District green Nakhon Ratchasima 30370 
Opening Hours: 
8AM – 6PM

Where to eat in Khao Yai

15) Take the perfect photo at Yellow Submarine Coffee Tank

Yellow Submarine Coffee Tank - Khao Yai Itinerary

Located just two minutes from Primo Piazza, Yellow Submarine Coffee Tank is a photographer’s favourite cafe for its interesting architecture and clean, minimal design.

Yellow Submarine Coffee Tank Charcoal buttered Toast - Khao Yai Itinerary
Yellow Submarine Coffee Tank Hokkaido Coffee - Khao Yai Itinerary

Try popular items like the Hokkaido Coffee (฿140, ~S$6.22) and Charcoal Honey Toast (฿185, ~S$8.22), which comes with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

Opening Hours: 9AM – 6PM (Mon, Tue, Thu), 9AM – 7PM (Fri – Sun), closed on Wed
Address: Mu Si, Pak Chong District, Nakhon Ratchasima 30130, Thailand

16) Have Brunch at the Chocolate Factory

Chocolate Factory Cafe Chocolate dome - Khao Yai Itinerary

The Chocolate Factory isn’t so much a full factory, although there’s a small glass section where you can see the machines melting and shaping chocolate into tarts and cookies. On the same floor, there are also shelves of pastries you can buy home as gifts for friends and family.

Chocolate Factory Cakes - Khao Yai Itinerary

On the second floor, you’ll find the restaurant and the cafe. The restaurant serves decent European, Thai, and fusion fare while the cafe has cakes and desserts that are sure to satisfy your chocolate cravings.

Cost: Mains starting from ฿180 (~S$8.00)
Address: 
352 Moo 2 Thanarat Rd. T. Musee Pakchong Nakhon Ratchasima 30130
Opening Hours: 9:30AM – 10PM, closes at 9PM on Mon

17) Experience Fine Dining in a Castle at Midwinter Green

Midwinter Green - Khao Yai Itinerary

Up for some alfresco fine dining? It’s almost mandatory to dine at Midwinter Green when you’re in Khao Yai. Enjoy the sunset from the outside or the posh decor inside. Food is a little pricier than most other places, but worth the price considering the quality and setting. Try the pork ribs with BBQ sauce (฿490, ~S$21.77)) and the Aglio Olio (฿295, ~S$13.11), a must-try if you love spicy food! Live music starts from 6:30PM.

Address: 10 88/88 Soi Ban Sai Thong Mu 24 Soi 2, Nong Nam Daeng, Pak Chong District, Nakhon Ratchasima 30130, Thailand
Opening Hours: 10AM – 10PM, closes at 11PM on Fri and Sat

18) Walk Down Memory Lane At Ban Mai Chay Nam Restaurant

Ban Mai Chay Nam Superman - Khao Yai Itinerary
Ban Mai Chay Nam Pinball Machines - Things to do in Khao Yai

This quaint eatery by the river looks like a 90’s kid’s dream, packed with old school pinball machines, toys, and superhero statues.

Ban Mai Chay Nam Food - Khao Yai Itinerary

But when you do manage to peel your eyes off the whimsical decor, you’ll find that the food at Ban Mai Chay Nam is also good and affordable, with Thai dishes starting from just ฿60 (~S$2.67).

Opening Hours: 9AM – 9PM
Address: 21, Mittaphap Road, Tambon Pak Chong, Amphoe Pak Chong, Nakhon Ratchasima, 30130, Thailand

19) Have Homely Thai Food at Kua Kampan

Kua Kampan Thai Food - Khao Yai Itinerary
Kua Kampan - Khao Yai Itinerary

Another popular spot for local Thai food is Kua Kampan. Located just 10 minutes from Primo Piazza and Palio, this cosy open-air restaurant serves a mean dish of Fried Ruby Fish (good for four to share) and som tam (papaya salad).

Opening Hours: 9AM – 9PM
Address: 94-94 / 1 Moo 6, Pak Chong District, Nakhon Ratchasima 30130

20) Have High Tea At Thames Valley

Thames Valley - Things to do in Khao Yai
Photo credit: ThamesValley
Thames Valley tea house - Things to do in Khao Yai
Photo credit: ThamesValley

Inspired by the river Thames in London, Thames Valley is a popular rustic, English-styled accommodation that comes with an equally popular restaurant. The garden is only accessible by guests but if you’re here to dine or have high tea, opt for outdoor seats where you can get a pretty good vantage point of the gorgeous surroundings.

Opening Hours: 7AM – 10:30PM (Last orders at 10PM)
Address: 999 Moo 4, Moosi, Pakchong, Nakorn Ratchasima 30130

21) Witches Brew Restaurant

The Witches Brew Restaurant - Things to do in Khao Yai
Photo credit: The Witches Brew

The themed Witches Brew Restaurant is a great spot for dinner once you’re done with your shopping. Head over for Western as well as local Thai food — both best paired with an ice-cold beer.

Cost: Mains from ฿180 (~S$8.00)
Opening Hours: 11AM to 9PM, closed on Tue
Address: 379/10 Veneto Piazza Thanarad Road, Moosi, Pak Chong District, Nakhon Ratchasima 30130, Thailand

22) Indulge in Local Street Food at Pak Chong Night Market

Pak Chong Night Market - Instant Noodle Salad - Khao Yai Itinerary
Pak Chong Night Market Fries - Khao Yai Itinerary

Night markets are a quintessential experience in Thailand, as this is where the locals hang out after dinner. Come for the standard favourites like mango sticky rice (฿60, ~S$2.67), meat skewers (฿35, ~S$1.56), chicken wings (฿6, ~S$0.27), flavoured fries (฿39, ~S$1.73), instant noodle salad (฿60, ~S$2.67), and fresh-cut fruits like papaya (฿20, ~S$0.89).

You’ll also find trendy clothes that are cheaper than the same piece in Bangkok!

Opening Hours: 5PM – 10PM
Address: 2422 Tambon Pak Chong, Amphoe Pak Chong, Chang Wat Nakhon Ratchasima 30130, Thailand

Accommodation Experiences

In Khao Yai, a lot of the accommodation options are experiences in themselves. Some of these are worth checking out even if you don’t intend to stay the night!

23) Baan Suan Noi: Dress up in Hobbit Houses

Baan Suan Noi Hobbit House Bridge - Khao Yai Itinerary

Fantasy fans will love Baan Suan Noi for its fantastic architecture that truly transports you into another world. Pick an outfit from one of your favourite films (LOTR, Harry Potter, Snow White etc.) and have a mini photo shoot around Baan Suan Noi. It’s a little further from most of the other attractions in Khao Yai (about 40 minutes from Farm Chokchai) but worth the trip!

Cost: ฿50 (~S$2.22) for entrance, ฿100 (~S$4.44) for entrance and costume rental. Stay from S$29/night for 2 pax
Opening Hours: 8AM – 11PM
Address: 
Lat Bua Khao, Sikhio District, Nakhon Ratchasima 30340, Thailand

24) Lala Mukha Tented Resort: The Ultimate Glamping Experience

Lala Mukha Tree House Loft - Khao Yai Itinerary
Lala Mukha Eco Safari Tent - Khao Yai Itinerary

If you love glamping, Lala Mukha will probably be one of the greatest highlights of your trip in Khao Yai. Surrounded by mountains, you can choose from three cosy accommodation options: the Tree House Loft, the Deluxe Savana Tent or the Eco Safari Tent, with the first two including an en-suite bathroom.

Cost: from ~S$142 for the Eco Safari Tent
Address: 
515 Moo 5 Musi Pakchong Nakhonratchasima, Tambon Mu Si, Amphoe Pak Chong, Chang Wat Nakhon Ratchasima 30130

25) Casa De Montaña: The Caravan Experience

Casa De Montana - Things to do in Khao Yai

Photo credit: baanlaesuan

Casa De Montana - Things to do in Khao Yai

Photo credit: Casa-de-montana

These caravans don’t go anywhere but fortunately, they’re every bit as cosy as they look in pictures. There are only five caravans at Casa De Montaña so do book early as they get snagged up really quick! Each caravan comes with a double bed, a kitchen area, and are fully air-conditioned.

Cost: ฿3,300 (~S$146.66) for 2 pax
Address:
 Casa de montana, Mu Si, Pak Chong District, Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand

Pre-trip Essentials in Khao Yai

Klook Custom Tour - Khao Yai Itinerary

These sights can be pretty far apart and aren’t accessible without a car. If you’re not planning to drive on your own, be sure to pre-book a private tour beforehand! On Klook, you can book a driver for one to five days who will drive you from Bangkok to Khao Yai and back again. Having this option truly made our trip a breeze.

If it’s your first time purchasing on Klook, use promo code <TTIKLOOK> for S$5 off!

For more trip inspiration, hop over to our 4D3N Khao Yai Itinerary. Or if you’ve started planning, look for flights with this widget:


If you can’t see the widget above, click here to check flights from Singapore to Bangkok instead!

Tried any of these unique experiences in Khao Yai? Let us know in the comments!


This post was brought to you by Klook.

Like what you see? Follow us on FacebookInstagramYouTube and  Telegram for more travel updates!

ENFP and Co-founder of The Travel Intern.Fuelled by yoga, the outdoors, and anything that spells adventure, she quit her 4 year marketing job to explore yoga for 3 months in India. Back with a little more flexibility, zest for adventures and stories to tell, follow her adventures on Instagram @cheriesyw :)

21 COMMENTS

  1. Hi. I’m planning to go on a backpack trip to all these places in Dec. It will be my first time. *Need help* are these places near each other?

  2. Hello, I have been looking at a couple of your posts and love the photography, very nice and vibrant! I am just curious as to what kind of lens you use for most of your photographs, especially the ones with a nice perspective.

  3. Hi Cherie, I love your recommendations! I am planning a 5D4N trip to Khao Yai with my family of 6 (2 adults and 4 kids below 11) in Dec 18, which hotel/resort would you recommend that we base ourselves during the 4 nights? or we should try different hotels? we want to go hiking in the national park too. Your kind advice is very much appreciated!!

    • Thanks! Great to hear 🙂

      Both the places we stayed are great for families with kids and also relatively near Khao Yai National Park. Not a problem especially if you’re getting a driver for your trip! The more budget friendly option would be The Kids Adventure Khao Yai which is literally right outside Khao Yai National Park. The glamping place at Lala Mukha is a little pricy but the experience is divine! If you haven’t already read, you might find this piece helpful too: https://thetravelintern.com/4d3n-khao-yai-itinerary/

  4. Hi Cherie,
    Thanks for yr sharing.
    Seem need to hire private car to tour around in Khao Yai. Few question hope you can share your opinion. I’m planning to Khao Yai this December 2018.
    It’s convenience to get the car hire in Khao Yai or must book from Bangkok when I transfer to Khao Yai? Other then hotel, is easy (within walking distance) to get food? I checked around many hotel, seem no place for food at surrounding hotel.
    Thanks.

    Rgds,
    KT

    • Hi KT,

      We pre-booked ours online so the driver picked us up right when we arrived at Bangkok. Here’s where we booked our driver: https://bit.ly/fussfree-Khaoyai

      You can ask your driver for food recommendations before going back to your accommodation each night so that shouldn’t be a problem!

  5. Planning a family holiday fm 10 to 14 dec 2018. Want to visit Khao Yai and also Bangkok. Any advice on how many days to spend in Khao Yai and whats the most suitable accomodation for 4A in the family, inclusive of 2 youths. Do they have somewhere like a cottage for the whole family with 2 bedrooms ? Plan to use some of the suggestions from ur itineary. Photos are great and places look interesting.
    Read ur 4d3n itineary. Noticed u started out very early fm spore. If we plan to arrive in Bangkok only around 4.30pm on 10 dec, is it advisable to have the rented car bring us to Khao Yai safely at night ?
    Or is it better to arrive around lunch time and then grab a bite at the airport and get the rented car to drive us 2.5 to 3 hrs to Khao Yai. Is check jn time at 2pm ?
    Was hotel booking all done jn spore ? If so, was it through Agoda or booking.com or other agencies ?
    How about booking of car and driver ?
    Pls advice. Thz

    • Hi May Tie,

      Lala Murkha in our itinerary is actually very family friendly! We saw many families there too.
      I would suggest that you start your tour on a new day otherwise you will be paying an extra day just to travel there. Perhaps you could start exploring Bangkok before heading out to Khao Yai? Here’s a Bangkok itinerary that might be useful https://thetravelintern.com/bangkok-city-guide/.

      Hotel Booking was done in Singapore via Agoda and direct from Lala Murkha’s website. Car and Driver from Klook was also booked beforehand in Singapore.

  6. I want to visit Khao yai for five days. First day will arrive at 2PM at the airport and fifth day flight is at 4 PM from DMK airport. Can some one help ne days wise itinerary places to visit and places to eat.. day 1, day 2, day 3, day 4 and last day

  7. Kua Kampan as per yr experience had a 2 star google rating. My experience there was really bad as well. Best to take it off your recommendations..

    • Thanks for the update although I’m not sure if it’s the same place because google shows a 4.0 star rating out of 495. We generally had a good experience there too. The reviews are mixed and I think they just don’t cope very well when it’s really crowded so perhaps it’s simply about visiting the place only during off peak meal times!

  8. Planning to go here on Novemeber and rent a car on Klook. However, we are four in the group and it was stated that the car has a maximum passenger count of three. Any ideas if we can still rent a car even if we are four? Thank you.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here