Khao Sam Roi Yot is the largest freshwater marsh in Thailand | Trip to Thailand
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Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park
The largest freshwater marsh in Thailand, as well as mangrove swamps, picturesque beaches, limestone caverns, and several tropical forest paths, may all be found in the national park known as Khao Sam Roi Yot (literally, "mountain of 300 peaks").
There is just too much to see and do in this area for a day trip, so if you want to visit numerous places, consider staying for at least a weekend. Start at the Thung Sam Roi Yot Freshwater Marsh in the park's northwest portion if an overnight stay is planned. You'll observe a wide variety of waterbird species in addition to a stunning backdrop of bluish mountains. If you need a somewhere to spend the night, there are few bungalows and a small campground nearby.
Pine-lined Sam While Laem Sala Beach is primarily known for serving as the entrance to Phraya Nakhon, a sizable cave that houses a royal pavilion, Phraya Beach also offers a simple campground and a restaurant. Only after a difficult, 30-minute uphill trek is Phraya Nakhon accessible, but the reward that awaits you inside is unquestionably worthwhile. The difficult walk to Sai Cave rewards visitors with a view and a cool retreat from the heat in a cavern filled with stalactites and bats.
Another fantastic method to visit mangrove woods and get a better look at the creatures that live there is by travelling along Khao Daeng Canal. In the village of Khao Daeng, you can rent a boat, or you can inquire about transportation close to the park.
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