Today, I will take you on a trip to Khao Laem Ya National Park – Koh Samet. For campers looking to be in proximity to nature in Rayong, this location is a popular camping spot.
About 200 kilometres separate it from Bangkok. The park is split into two areas: one on land and one on an island in the Gulf of Thailand.
Traveling to Khao Laem Ya National Park – Koh Samet.
If you are travelling by bus, you can take the BTS to Ekkamai Station and then to the Eastern Bus Terminal Ekkamai. You then inform the staff that you’re going to Ban Phe-Rayong.
You can rent a car once you get to Ban Phe and have it take you right to the park. (But I apologize; I’m not familiar with prices.)
An alternative mode of transportation to car rental for drop-off. You can locate a blue bus with the words Rayong-Mae Ramphueng Beach written on the side of the vehicle.
The route of this bus travels along Mae Ramphueng Beach and passes directly in front of the park.
Drive on Sukhumvit Road if you have a car. Examine the sign closely to determine the path to Chanthaburi. Taphong Intersection will appear.
Follow the directions for Mae Ramphueng Beach by turning right. Drive to the beach’s end. On the left, there will be a curve.
The national park entrance is on the right side of the road, so you must drive slowly through this area.
The campground at Khao Laem Ya.
Visitors to Khao Laem Ya National Park—Mu Koh Samet must pay an entrance fee to the park, which is 200 Baht for adults and 100 Baht for children. A valid national park admission ticket must be carried at all times.
For visitors who wish to pitch a tent and spend the night by the sea. You can reach the staff at any time. A label with the words “Contact to reserve a room, rent a tent, or camping site” will be present.
Housing costs along Khao Laem Ya’s coast Prices will range between 2000 and 3000 baht depending on the size of the house. For those who enjoy pitching a tent and camping.
On the side of Khao Laem Ya, there will be three campgrounds. The 60-Year Reign Courtyard, Utthayan Pier, and the 80th Birthday Building make up the first, second, and third courtyards, respectively.
If tourists already have camping gear prepared, it will only cost 30 Baht per person per night. If you want to rent a small tent that can sleep 2-3 people,
the cost is 150 Baht per night. Sleeping bags cost 30 Baht per night, sleeping pads cost 20 Baht per night, and pillows cost 20 Baht per night.
On the park’s pier, there are food stands available for tourists as well. From 7:00 AM to 8:00 PM, the store will be open.
The cost to rent the grill is 100 Baht. Additionally, free tongs and grilling racks are offered, and charcoal can be purchased here as well.
Near Khao Laem Ya-Mu Koh Samet National Park, at Ban Phe Fresh Market, you can purchase reasonably priced fresh seafood.
Khao Laem Ya has a nature trail where you can go for a stroll with your friends or family as a group activity if you like to walk and take in the scenery.
We advise tourists who don’t like the sun to walk around 4:00 p.m. when the sun won’t as hot.
Contact information: Khao Laem Ya National Park – Koh Samet
Facebook: Khao Laem Ya
Call: 038-653034, 085-8129366