Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park is a marine national park in Kui Buri District. It covers an area of 98.08 square kilometres, of which 20.88 square kilometres are marine areas. The park was established in 1966, and was the first coastal national park of Thailand.
Within Khao Sam Roi Yot, there are several points of interests to visit.
- Phraya Nakhon Cave – famous cave with Thai pavilion illuminated by natural light
- Thung Sam Roi Yot – Thailand’s largest freshwater marsh
- Khao Dang (Red Mountain) – a great hike and beautiful viewpoint over the entire area plus guests can visit Khao Dang temple, a sacred and respected temple of the locals
- Laem Sala Beach – beautiful pristine beach in the National Park area, a great stop point near Phraya Nakhon Cave
- Khao Kalok Beach or Narae Suan Beach – a tranquil and quiet beach next to Pranburi beach
- Sai Cave – a cave within the national park with beautiful formation of stalactites and stalagmites. Visitor has to hike up and visit the cave with a hurricane lamp.
- Kho Ram Island or Monkey Island – a small island in front of Dolphin Bay is inhabited by herds of long-tailed macaque
Dolphin Bay Resort can help you plan and arrange for day trips to visit different points of interests within the national park. Contact our reception or click on each point of interest for more information.