Heo Lom Waterfall ( Namtok Heo Lom ) This waterfall is located at Ban Bok Fai, Tambon
Pak Song, in Kuan Mae Yai Mon Wildlife Sanctuary. From Amphur Mueang, use highway
no. 4 to Lang Suan Junction, turn right to highway no.4006 (Lang Suan - Ratchakrut
route), pass Phato to the 11th kilometre and, turn left for another eight kilometres.
The most suitable vehicle to be used is 4-wheel drive. From Heo Lome Forest Guard
Unit, there is a trek for 500 metres, pass the origin of Phato Canal, and fertile
evergreen forest. The waterfall is more than 80 metres high, surrounded by various
kinds of trees. It is a venue for relaxation, trekking for natural study, and bird
Ao Yai Ai This bay has the most suitable area to view the panoramic atmosphere of
the surroundings at almost 25 metres above sea level. Within this bay area, there
are many coral reefs of almost seven kilometres. Tourists have the opportunity of
diving to view these beautiful coral
Military Youth Monument Being five kilometres from Chumphon on the left-hand side
of highway No.4119 ( Chumphon - Paknam route ), this monument is built to commemorate
the bravery of Chumphon's heroes for their fight against the Japanese troop invasion
in 1941 during World War II.
Koh Thalu Being a small limestone island with two big caves, around the island,
there are viewing points for corals and sea flowers.
Koh Mattra This is a big island which is only 45 minutes away. In front of the beach,
there are many rocks. Visitors can spend their time snorkelling to see the corals
around the island. On the island, there are facilities such as accommodations, restaurants,
and fresh-water bathing services. This island is in the area of Chumphon Islands
Hat Pha Daeng Being 14 kilometres from town by the same route to Hat Sai Ri or two
kilometres from Hat Pharadon- Phap, this beach has a 10-metre red cliff which has
been eroded by wind and rain and has turned to the shape of a curved bridge. It is
also one of the best sites to view the sea and is suitable for relaxation.
Phota Hin Chang Shrine This shrine is located at Moo 2, Tambon Salui, at the foot
of the hill, along the 453th 454th kilometre of Phetkasem Road. Featuring the shrine
is the elephant shaped rock which is mostly worshipped by the Chumphon people. To
emphasize this belief, passengers will always blow their horns to pay respect to
this site. Also, there are stalls selling fruits and souvenirs.