Attraktion in Pranburi


In Pranburi and the local area, there are plenty of attractions and sights that are worth experiencing. Here we have mentioned a few that are really worth an experience.

You are always welcome to contact Real Estate Siam to get inspiration for more experiences and attractions.

Pran Buri Forrest Park

A small mangrove forest park of about 3.2 km², located in Pran Buri District of Prachuap Khiri Khan Province, about 25 km south from the popular tourist destination of Hua Hin.The park is popular for its mangrove forest trekking and birds. Following a visit from the Thai royal family, the park was established as a reforestation project in 1982.The park area was partly shrimp farms, after a successful program the farms were turned into forest. The forests in the park are mainly mangrove, mixed deciduous and pine trees along the coast.


The mangrove forests are located next to the Pran Buri River, where the river reaches the Gulf of Thailand, which is consequently affected by the tides.The main attraction in the park is a kilometer long boardwalk over the mangrove forests. It is also possible to explore the forests by boat when possible. The rainy season is from May to November with the most rainfall in September to November. The rest of the year is quite dry.The forest floor in the mangroves is covered with muddy sediments formed by the tides, densely covered by horizontally growing tree roots above and below ground. This muddy habitat is an ideal place for crabs, mudskippers and shrimp. During low tide, many crabs and mudskippers can be seen from the boardwalk.


Just over 110 bird species reported from the park. There are 4 kingfisher species in the park; kingfisher, black-billed kingfisher, common kingfisher and white-throated kingfisher, these are often seen fishing for light catches in the mangroves. Of the other birds, perhaps the rarest in Thailand is the Oriental helmet. Little stint, Malayan plover, mangrove whistler, brown-headed gull, red-necked stint, common tern, great sandpipers are some of the many shore or mangrove birds that can be seen in the park. There is a watchtower along the boardwalk through the mangroves for bird watching. Long-tailed macaques and large lizards are also common in the park.

Real Estate Siam is helpful in making trips to the area, as well as telling about other sights that are also in this area.


Pranburi Beachfront

Most people admire Pran Buri Beachfront for its cleanliness and tidiness. You won't find anyparasols or sunbeds in this public place. In the morning it is very pleasant to run and walk on the footpath.


Every evening/afternoon Food stalls are set up so that visitors and residents can enjoy a picnic with a view of the sea in the afternoon until the evening. The sellers and their customers help clean up after use.There is a fantastic atmosphere and most of the guests are Thai.

It's a great experience to drive along the entire beach, and there are lots of special sights to experience.

Finally, ask Real Estate Siam's employee if you want to hear more, or if you want a guided tour.

Pranburi Walking Street 


If you have nothing to do on Saturday night, you should probably consider going to Pranburi Walking Street.

Shopping and lots of food stalls Every Saturday evening until late at night, Thai people in Pranburi have appeared at a street market, flanked by an old building over 100 years old.

Truly an experience to see these old buildings.The market starts from 16.00 to 10 p.m. Street food in an original style different from street food in BKK.

n Hua Hin you also have many markets. Look at our website and read about Hua Hin Markets.

Sam Roi Yod National Park

Sam Roi Yod National Park and Prayanakhorn Cave is Thailand's first water park. See the huge cave with a temple built inside and when the sun enters the cave from the roof, it looks very beautiful. Read more about the area around Sam Roi Yod.


Kuri Buri National Park

Kuri Buri National Park Known to be the best place to see wild elephants in Thailand, here it is almost 99% certain that visitors will see wild elephants on any day of the year in the Kui Buri National Park wildlife area.

There are still approx. 320 protected wild elephants in this national park and you have the opportunity to see them come out to eat. There are also birds like Crested Fireback, Indian Roller and Asian Openbill bird or even Gaurs and Leopards.


Kui Buri National Park was established as a national park in 1999 and covers 969 km² in Prachuap Khiri Khan Province, about 85 km southwest of the popular tourist destination of Hua Hin.The Park Mountains are part of the Tenasserim Hills Range, which spans many protected areas in Thailand and Myanmar.


The park forest consists of dry and moist evergreen forests with trees such as Dipterocarpus tuberculatus, Hopea odorata, Terminalia chebula and various species of palms.


The park is the only place in Thailand where sandalwood can be harvested for the cremation of royal family members. Nine trees were felled for the cremation of King Bhumibol Adulyadej. A royal Brahmin spent a month selecting trees that meet royal criteria: they must be dead and over 100 years old.


Real Estate Siam's employee in the Hua Hin area is of course helpful with more information.