Yeoser's Beach Resort

Thai National Parks, waterfalls and caves, or pink dolphins

Nakhon Si Thammarat has many tourist attractions and we arrange trips

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...situated on the coast of the Gulf of Thailand about 80km south of Koh Samui, and around 50km north from Nakhon Si Thammarat city.

The province of Nakhon Si Thammarat is relatively undeveloped, though Khanom in the north has seen increasingly levels of activity in recent years. Generally it retains an unspoilt feel, and many visitors say it is reminiscent of how more popular areas of Thailand were 20 years ago. There are no busy, neon-lit areas of night-life catering to tourists. Instead there are quiet resorts, empty beaches, and plenty of friendly locals who welcome considerate and appreciative visitors.

The area contains a number of national parks which offer opportunities for walks and treks, and there are many waterfalls and caves throughout the region. Khao Luang National Park is one of the biggest in the country and contains the impressive Khao Luang mountain along with many rare animals and plants.

The city of Nakhon Si Thammarat is home to the most important temple in the south at Wat Mahathat, it is one of the few places where it is possible to see the skills of the shadow-puppeteers of southern Thailand, and holds the week-long Deuan Sip festival in September of each year. Other attractions include the wildlife conservation areas of Pak Phanang, the eco-tourism community of Baan Khiriwong, and the chance to see the rare pink dolphins off the coast of Khanom.

We can arrange trips to any local places of interest for our guests, as well as onward transportation to other destinations if required. Guests coming to our resort can be collected from Nakhon Si Thammarat city, the airport, and other locations. Please contact us to arrange this.

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