It's not ideal to visit here
- Foreigner are charged 400 baht vs the local 40 baht
- Can't explore the place using public transport, you have to hire a car or book a tour from hotels
- The place is huge, thus a lot of travel time: entrance to visitor centre is 20km, from visitor center to other attractions are probably another 20km
- The most notable attraction are waterfalls and scenic view points
- We tried the 4km/2h trail, though it's marked, but sometimes you bump into junction with no sign whatever. We didn't get lost: either we are lucky or both paths work, I am not sure. The scenery is alright, especially the grassland, no animal spotted from the observation tower.
A very nice resort. Cozy room, big bathtub and balcony with a swing. Free breakfast available, and a nice pool.
A nice place to visit and have dinner. The ambience and night lighting is very good.
The serving of food is way too fast: our salad, soup and main courses are served together in less than 10 minutes. The food is alright and not too expensive.
They have live signing and some light performances even on weekdays. If you like it quiet, you can find indoor as well.
Quite a big place, though the shops there are not very active. Still a worthwhile and pretty place to explore and take photos.
The highlight would be feeding the sheep and alpaca, which is fun. It's a beautiful replica of Italian town, though the cafe and restaurant aren't that interesting. It's worth a visit and good for taking photos.
A pretty photogenic cafe, they serve food and dessert. The lunch looks normal but taste good, nice cafe to explore and take photo.
100 baht entry fee, or you can have a panaroma view of the garden from the roof top cafe. You can drop by since it's next to PB Valley.
300 baht for a tour and wine tasting. If you want to see big bunch of grapes, visit before they harvest it in January and February. If you don't plan to take the tour, there is nothing much to do here.