Sawitree Darachai

Jul 23, 2020

Sawitree Darachai

Jul 23, 2020

Traveling in one day at Noen Nangphaya Viewpoint (THE DREAM DESTINATION OF LOVE) in Chanthaburi


???? Hi Everyone , today i will share my experience of one day trip in Chantaburi.????

We're start from Bangkok at 7 o'clock in the morning heading to Chanthaburi It takes approximately 3 hours to reach the destination in distance 210 km. and arrive at (THE DREAM DESTINATION OF LOVE) thailand people call this place is Noen Nangphaya Viewpoint and we arrive this place in 10.30 o'clock in the morning.

We can drive along the beach road from Kung Wiman Beach and drive to park on the hill which is a viewpoint.

It is one of the most beautiful sunrise and sunset viewing spots in Thailand. 



Is a beautiful viewpoint and you can look at the sea as far as the eye can see.

It is one of the most beautiful sunrise and sunset viewing spots in Thailand. 

At the top of the hill that is a viewpoint next to the sea looks like a very steep cliff.

Those who watch the view should not scramble or climb down to take pictures. Because there may be an accident especially bringing children up to see the view, parents should take care of children closely.




In addition to this viewpoint ,There is another place that I would recommend is Chedi Ban Hua Laem .

Located on the same route as the Noen Nangphaya Viewpoint , you can drive about 1 km. to the pier which is the location of Chedi Baan Hua Laem .

Upon arriving at the docks Park the car in the parking lot area. From there, take a tricycle to get into the pier at 10 baht per person (round trip) with a wooden bridge from the shore to the pier with pagoda worship place.



The interesting feature of this is the old white pagoda that is located on the rocks in the middle of the sea.

"Chedi Ban Hua Laem " is a chedi that is over 200 years old. It is believed to be built as an anchor for the minds of fishermen. With a wooden bridge crossing the rocks, large and small, extending out into the sea for a distance of about 50 meters as a path to worship Ban Chedi Hua Laem.