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Rayong Province Page 5, Sunthon Phu Monument, Khao Chamao

Namtok Khao Chamao or Namtok Khlong Nam Sai  - The waterfall comprises seven levels, stretching for three kilometres. The large pond called Wang Matcha, is a habitat of brook carp.

 

Pha Sawan - The viewpoint is 1.5 kilometres from the national park headquarters.

 

Namtok Khlong Pla Kang  -  The waterfalls are three kilometres from the headquarters. Ferns and orchids grow well in this lush forest.

 

Namtok Khlong Hin Phoeng  -  The small waterfall is actually in Chanthaburi province, ten kilometres from the headquarters. Water runs all year round. Khao Wong  -  Many  limestone mountains surround a flat plain. The mountains have a total of 80 caves inside.

 

Krommaluang Chumphon Shrine  - The shrine houses the statue of Krommaluang Chumphonkhetudomsak, founder of Thailand's modern navy. He is honoured by the people of Rayong.

 

Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Herbal Park  - The park grows various kinds of herbs and also as conducts research.

 

Hat Phayun and Hat Phla  -  The beautiful Phayun Beach is 32 kilometres from Rayong town. Phla Beach, only three kilometres from Phayun Beach, is a quiet beach with a shady sea pine forest.

 

Supattra Land Orchard  - The orchard is open for the public to witness its fruit varieties such as durian, rambutan, mango, grape, star fruit and longan.

 

The Shrine of King Taksin the Great  - Folklore says that King Taksin the Great tied his elephant to the tree while leading the troops to Chanthaburi for retrieving the Kingdom of Siam from Burmese occupation. The shrine houses a statue of the king.

 

Wat Pa Pradu  - This ancient temple dates back to the Ayutthaya period. The wihan houses a large reclining Buddha image, 11.95 metres long and 3.60 metres high. Unusually, the reclining Buddha image lies on its left-hand side.

 

City Pillar Shrine  -  This shrine was first built of wood. Then it was replaced by a concrete building with Chinese characteristics. The old city pillar was formerly in front of the shrine. A new one was later set up with a four-porched shelter.

 

 

Great Places to see in Rayong, Thailand.

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