Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Hua Hin is Thailand's oldest beach town resort, located on the west coast of the Gulf of Thailand, away 250 kilometers from Bangkok.

Hua Hin has been become famous tourist destination with plenty of activities and attractions including the long beaches, floating markets and parks without knowing that here hides endless green forests, all manner of sporting activites, shopping complexes, grand Royal palaces, annual events and festivals.

PaLa-u Waterfall, Kaeng Krachan National Park Waterfall PaLa-u situated on the south side of Kaeng Krachan National Park, some 60kms west of Hua Hin.  Waterfall PaLa-u is divided into two parts: PaLa-u Yai and PaLa-u Noi, under the management of the Kaeng Krachan National Park.

It is a beautiful spot to visit, the water is always cool and refreshing, the stream has a lot of carp, crabs, but please don't try to catch them -  you are in a National Park and this is completely banned.

There are countless butterflies and the best time for watching them is in the morning from April to July each year.

Ban PaLa-u village, Huay Sat Yai town
Ban PaLa-u Village is a valley surrounded by mountains Tanao Sri, situated 69km west of downtown Hua Hin. This is a small village of  the Thai and Karen in Huay Sat Yai town.

The attractive destinations in Huay Sat Yai are: Karen villages, towers to watch elephants, the dairy farm, cotton textile center and durian orchards. This is a gateway leading to the Karen village in Pa Deng.

Karen people worship Rice Goddess. They live in moderation, simple and maintain the traditional features.

This area has about 70 tropical fruit gardens, however, not all fruit orchards are open to tourists. You can visit some of the durian orchards in PaLa-u.

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