OVERVIEW OF A COUPLE TOURS & TRIPS...

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Cooking school hua hin

In cooperation with Thai Cooking Hua Hin. | Beau, the chief instructor and owner, has a passion for cooking Thai cuisine and has been around it her entire life. She grew up helping and learning at her parents humble restaurant on the outskirts of Bangkok. Later she spent some time in a 5 star hotel kitchen and now she very much enjoys passing on her knowledge and passion to all of our students. Our fully equipped kitchen and cooking stations offers a clean, safe and enjoyable environment. Learn how to select ingredients, prepare, cook and present your own Thai culinary masterpiece. Our team has shared Tom Yum Goongtheir insights and knowledge of Thai cuisine with thousands of satisfied students over the years.

Our Thai cooking classes have been running since 1999 and we teach classical Thai cookery in a professional but relaxed atmosphere. Our workshops are very interactive and hands-on. Attendees explore the local market, study the concepts behind Thai cooking as they create their own delicious dishes. 1500 THB Included: Transfers, Cooking book, Drinks, Food and insurance.

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Pala-U waterfall

Located on the south side of Kaeng Krachan National Park, some 60kms west of Hua Hin. The park is one of the largest in Thailand and nearby the Burmese (Myanmar) border. It is a beautiful spot to visit. You will pass through stunning countryside and hills on your drive there that will only take 1.5 hours or so. The waterfall has 16 steps, making it one of the highest in Thailand and those who make it to the top will be rewarded by superb views over Thailand and towards Burma. It should be noted, however, that progressing further than the third stage will be arduous and should only be attempted by those fit enough to do so. The third stage itself has a large, deep pool and most visitors will be happy to spend their time here. The water is always cool and refreshing and there are plenty of large fish swimming in it that are friendly, but please don't try to catch them - you are in a National Park and this is forbidden. The surrounding forest is over 1,000 years old and there is a good chance of seeing wildlife, particularly gibbons (which will certainly be heard, if not seen) and many rare species of bird-life.

It should be noted, however, that progressing further than the third stage will be arduous and should only be attempted by those fit enough to do so. There is a good chance of seeing wildlife, particularly gibbons (which will certainly be heard, if not seen) and many rare species of bird-life and butterflies Starting from 1500 THB Included: Transfers, park fee, drinking water and lunch.

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Phraya Nakhon cave

One of Thailand’s most beautiful and certainly the most photographed one is the Phraya Nakhon cave in Prachuap Khiri Khan province, about a 45 minutes drive South of Hua Hin. This impressive cave is located inside Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park and getting to the cave you will have some magnificent views of beaches, mountains and forests. The Phraya Nakhon cave consists of two chambers. The ceiling of both chambers are open allowing the rays of the sun to come inside, illuminating the caves giving it a mystical appearance. The atmosphere inside the cave is tranquil and serene, especially when there are not many people around. On entering the cave the first chamber contains an information board with a map that shows the layout of the chambers and the attractions contained in them. The first thing you will see when entering the cave is a dry waterfall in the first chamber. This chamber also contains stalagmites and stalactites, as does the other chamber. The main chamber to the left of the entrance chamber contains the famous Kuha Karuhas pavilion.

Natural cave with the famous Kuha Karuhas pavilion - about a 45 minutes drive South of Hua Hin. This impressive cave is located inside Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park and getting to the cave you will have some magnificent views of beaches, mountains and forests. Starting from 1500 THB Included: Transfers, boat, park fee, drinking water and lunch.

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Kaeng Krachan - Thailand’s largest national park

The dense rainforest terrain of Thailand’s largest national park, Kaeng Krachan. With over 74,000 acres (30,000 ha) of dense tropical jungle to explore, it’s easy to get lost in the park as you search for exotic wildlife. Take a break for lunch before sailing on the park’s main lake. Leave the city behind as you’re picked up at your hotel in Hua Hin and tranposrted to Kaeng Krachan National Park. Riding in a pick-up truck that allows you to take in epic views while driving through the countryside, enjoy sights of mango and papaya tree plantations, as well as rice fields stretching on for miles as far as the eye can see. As you enter the thick jungle, be on the lookout for wildlife, especially in the treetops where over 400 species of birds are often spotted roosting. Stop at the Kaeng Krachan Reservoir, an enormous body of water created by a hydroelectric dam that impounds the flow of the Phetchaburi River. Continue along the winding mountain road to a higher altitude, where panoramic views of the surrounding rainforest greet you with the utmost splendor.

Located in the biggest national park of Thailand a great day of waterfun. We start the tour with a boat trip at the beautiful lake behind the dam. We pass by islands were we will feed the swimming monkeys and see one of the favorite places of the king to fish. After the lunch with a great view over the lake we gonna make a rafting trip of 8 kilometers. The pace of the river is relaxed so its nice to jump into the water and take one of the many slides - Starting from 1500 THB Included: Transfers, 2 boats, drinking water and lunch.

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Wildlife Friends Foundation Thailand Wildlife - Feeding - Rescue center

Would you like to experience life at Elephant Refuge and Education Centre in one day? The FullDay Experience at WFFT are designed to allow day trip visitors a chance to learn about the rescued creatures living at the Wildlife Rescue Centre and Elephant Refuge, see our hundreds of animals, and get up close and personal to our elephants in a way which is cruelty-free and does not exploit them.

1800 THB Included: Transfers, Lunch, Elephant walk,shower, feeding wild.

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