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For a foreigner this is a wonderful and mysterious place which we can never fully understand. However there is so much to see - starting with the strange forest of livintonia palms reached along a long wooden pavement (no shoes allowed). at the end are...More
If you believe in the folklore, or even are just interested in Thai culture - this place is a must see. A beautiful, mystical place. People complain about the vendors, they aren't problematic in any way; in fact if you take the time and have...More
Went for first time with friends because this is, in Thai folklore, a very lucky place to visit. There is a newer parking area beyond the gate which has plenty of room. There are too many vendors selling unrelated items from kids toys to ice...More
We have been many times, we take friends when they visit us in our Thai home. 15 years ago it was peaceful and very interesting, now tourist busses and traffic. Parking is difficult, the road in is a pot holed mess. Vendors selling souvenirs. It’s...More
Ilive about 30 mins away from Kham Chanod been there many times but since it was featured on a Thai tv soap oprea its become very popular to tbe point its lost its charm .Too many shops in the car park selling tat just turned...More
Kham Chanod Forest is well worth a visit, albeit quite a short one. Most can see and experience the whole site in an hour or so. The story behind the area is interesting and will satisfy the inquisitve traveler.
The atmosphere is somewhat 'haunting' which...More
the palm forest, the naga shrine, the belief of locals. the smell of smoke from incense stick. the sound of gong. the light of candles. ..this place is so charming and mysterious for some, but may be so haunting for many.
i will definitely come...More