is in Tambon Bang Di, 8 kilometres from the district centre. To
get there, take Phetchakasem Road (Huai
Yot-Krabi) to Ban Phraek, then right for
12 kilometres. Thale Song Hong is a large natureal body of water
like a lake, surrounded by mountains. A mountain justs out in
the missle, dividing the water into two sections. Hence, the
name “Thale Song Hong” (Two-room Sea).
The view here is breathtaking and the waer is clear enough to
see the many fish underneath.
is in Mu 1, Tambon Khao Kop, about 7 kilometres from the
district office on Phetchakasem Road, then 700 metres on a road
on the left. Khao Kop Cave is truly a natural wonder. A stream
flows through the cave. The cave itself looks like a high and
steep cliff with layers of rocks. A canal from the Banthat
Mountain Range divides into 3 waterways upon reaching Khao Kop,
2 going around the mountain and the other flowing through the
cave for about 4 kilometres. Currently the Khao Kop Tambon
Administration Organization provides rowboats for visitors ro
view the cave’s beauty and to be an eco-tourism and adventure
activity by the locals. The fee is 200 baht for 7 persons or 30
baht per person. Please contact the organisation at tel.