Travel near Bangkok. Popular tourist attractions in rainy season.

Travel near Bangkok. You won’t feel lonely during Thailand’s rainy season any longer. Pack your bags and backpacks, and get ready to travel with me.

In the previous story, I still owe you not to mention two tourist attractions near Bangkok. Today I will tell you about it. Let’s go.

Travel in Thailand Thailand's rainy season

Phu Tub Berk, Phetchabun, Thailand, Travel near Bangkok

The highest peak in Phetchabun, Thailand, is Phu Tub Berk, which rises 1,768 meters above sea level. It is about 40 kilometres away from the district and about 100 kilometres away from Phetchabun.

Hmongs are the local indigenous population. They make their living by growing vegetables. Cabbage can be grown on thousands of acres of plants, land on tall mountain peaks.

July through August and October through November are the rainy seasons when cabbage is planted.

When visiting Phu Thap Boek during the rainy season, you won’t have to compete with other visitors for camping sites because the campgrounds are less busy and you can pick a spot.

Thailand Phu Tub Berk

Without worrying about being surrounded by other people’s tents, pitch your tent in a scenic area.

If you plan to visit during the busiest time of year, you should call and make a reservation in advance to ensure there is a camping area.

During the long weekend, I advise to make reservations 1 to 3 months in advance by calling if you want to stay at a resort or hostel close to Phu Thap Boek.

When visiting Phu Thap Boek during the rainy season, you won’t have to compete with other visitors for camping sites because the campgrounds are less busy and you can pick a spot.

Hmongs are the local Cabbage

Without worrying about being surrounded by other people’s tents, pitch your tent in a scenic area.

If you plan to visit during the busiest time of year, you should call and make a reservation in advance to ensure there is a camping area.

If you want to stay at a resort or hostel close to Phu Thap Boek over the long weekend, I advise you to call and make reservations 1-3 months in advance.

Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/ttRofj5LkiToyZZy7


Viewpoint at km.25, Pang Sida National Park

Travel near Bangkok Pang Sida National Park

Travel near Bangkok, Viewpoint Km. 25 is located in Pang Sida National Park in Muang District, Sa Kaeo, Thailand, close to the border with Cambodia.

From the Pang Sida National Park, this viewpoint is located 25 kilometres away. Pang Sida is a beautiful national park with abundant forests, waterfalls, and butterflies.

The journey is comfortable, normal cars can drive up. Early morning arrivals at Pang Sida will give you the chance to experience thick fog and a very chilly atmosphere.

The majority of the land has high, intricate mountains. Additionally, there is a courtyard in the centre of the tent for those who want to camp near km 20.

The tent has a nature trail running through it. The trekking route is looked after by forest rangers. You can take a stroll and enjoy the scenery along the route marked out by the staff.

Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/H5yZMXRUZN3Jd5fU6


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If anyone has not read the previous story, I described three attractions for the rainy season close to Bangkok. Click here to read it.

I wish you a pleasant trip during Thailand’s wet season. Some attractions are worthwhile visiting during the rainy season, even though it can get you wet and uncomfortable.

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