Discover the best top things to do in Betong, Thailand including Piyamit Tunnels, World's largest mailbox, Winter Flower Garden, Phra Mahathat Chadi Phra Phutthammaprakat, Talay Mok Aiyoeweng, Betong Hot Springs, Hala-Bala Wildlife Sanctuary, Wat Kuan Im, Betong Clock Tower, Piyamit Millennium Tree.
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4 based on 77 reviews
Need own transport. If you do not have a own transport, It's no problem. You can find a taxi service counter at near Clock tower. When raining, Be careful watch your steps.
4 based on 31 reviews
Betong is an unusual sort of small town, sitting five kilometers from the Malaysian border. The biggest attraction literally is the very large mailbox which is fully functioning. One can buy models of the post box which make a good Paperweight although he most unusual thing I found is they have made a local beer named after the mail box. Please see photograph attached. The postbox is located on the main cross roads in the Center of Town. Can't miss it.
3.5 based on 38 reviews
Winter Flower Garden is surrounded with hills at Piyamitre 2 village. The project is held by the Princess Sirinthorn command.
It's location is about 15 minutes drive from the tunnel. There are varies accomodation and chalet which is suitable for family or group outing, and a quite romantic escape for honeymooners. Tourist can check out the different acitivities and price at the office counter near the entrance. There is also a very large seafood restaurant and a convenient store which tourist do not have to worry about driving out for food.
4 based on 20 reviews
It's not just one of the many Buddha statues in Thailand. It's a great place to find some peace in the later afternoon to just before sunset when the gate closes. I've been once locked in and had to climb over the fence out. So don't let that happen.
There's a nice view from the higher part of the complex over Betong proper.
4.5 based on 12 reviews
Worth the wake up at 4am! Its just too beautiful. After sunrise, have yr breakfast up there to enjoy the fresh cool air and nice ambience
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5 based on 3 reviews
Enclosing the body of water created by the Bang Lang Dam, the Bala-Hala Forest, also called Suan Pa Phra Namaphithai Phak Tai, Section Two, is home to a plethora of wild plants and animals, including hornbills that can be seen and heard in the treetops.
The royally registered southern rainforest, which covers part of the Sankala Khiri Mountain range, lies between the Kingdoms of Malaysia and Thailand and is an outset of many important rivers that flow through southern Thailand such as the Pattani River, the Saiburi River and the Sungaigolok River.
Thai scientists have identified Bala Hala Forest as the most ideal forest in Thailand due to several factors, including its amount and variety of insects, plants and animals; the number of rare fauna and flora that live in the environment; its excellent health and sustained growth; and its precipitation and overall water saturation. Also located within the forest is a tree with a circumference so colossal, it takes 38 people, hand-to-hand with outstretched arms, to ring it.
5 based on 2 reviews
An old chinese temple located on a hill, nearby Betong town. Popular to local & foreign tourists coming to pray
4 based on 2 reviews
This attraction point is located in the piyamit tunnels. A tree alive more than thousand year. Nothing much to do there, just click a few photo
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