Riva Aquarama.  That's sending a message.  The message being that you have equal parts good taste and Euros.

Riva Aquarama. That's sending a message. The message being that you have equal parts good taste and Euros.

Laem Sala Beach, Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park. Accessible either by land or water. A boat can be hired from Bang Pu Village which takes about 30'. It can also be reached by taking a steep, but well constructed trail, starting near the seashore about 200 m. from the village's temple. This 20' walk from Bang Pu offers nice views.

Laem Sala Beach, Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park. Accessible either by land or water. A boat can be hired from Bang Pu Village which takes about 30'. It can also be reached by taking a steep, but well constructed trail, starting near the seashore about 200 m. from the village's temple. This 20' walk from Bang Pu offers nice views.

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Sam Roi Yot by free3yourmind from http://500px.com/photo/194308117 - . More on dokonow.com.

Sam Roi Yot by free3yourmind from http://500px.com/photo/194308117 - . More on dokonow.com.

Tham Phraya Nakhon in Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park,  probably the most photographed cave in Thailand and can be reached by boat or foot. The boat trip takes about 30 minutes there and back. The cave is made up of two large sinkholes, and when the sun shines through in the early morning the effect is truly mystical. In one cave there's a royal săh·lah (often spelt sala; an 'open room' with a roof but no walls).

Attractions in Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park

Tham Phraya Nakhon in Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park, probably the most photographed cave in Thailand and can be reached by boat or foot. The boat trip takes about 30 minutes there and back. The cave is made up of two large sinkholes, and when the sun shines through in the early morning the effect is truly mystical. In one cave there's a royal săh·lah (often spelt sala; an 'open room' with a roof but no walls).

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