What to do and see in Pak Chong, Thailand: The Best Places and Tips

December 15, 2017 Milan Banda

Discover the best top things to do in Pak Chong, Thailand including GranMonte Vineyard, Khao Yai Art Museum, Haew Suwat Waterfall, Thep Phithak Punnaram, PB Valley Khao Yai Winery, Farm Chokchai, The Bonanza Exotic Zoo, Thongsomboon Club, Suwan Farm's Sweet Corn, Palio Khao Yai.
Restaurants in Pak Chong

1. GranMonte Vineyard

52 Moo 9 Phayayen | Phayayen Subdistrict, Pak Chong 30320, Thailand +66 44 009 544
Excellent
46%
Good
38%
Satisfactory
15%
Poor
1%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 169 reviews

GranMonte Vineyard

GranMonte Family Vineyard is uniquely located in Asoke Valley, Khao Yai and lies adjacent to Khao Yai National Park. Asoke Valley is known in Thailand for the beautiful yellow flower blossoms that is special to the region of Khao Yai. The serene atmosphere and truly beautiful surroundings of Asoke Valley, KhaoYai provides a perfect setting for the GranMonte Vineyard. Blending with its natural environment of KhaoYai has inspired the name "GranMonte", which also translates as “big mountain”.GranMonte Estate Single Vineyard has a wine grapes planting area of approximately 90 rai (or 36 acre) of Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chenin Blanc, Viognier, Verdelho, Petite Sirah and Grenache. Only the estate-grown grapes were used for the vinification of our wines. International wine competitions have awarded trophies and gold medals to GranMonte wines including AWC Vienna, Decanter World Wine Awards in the UK, Wine Style Asia Singapore, FBAT Wine Challenge, Hong Kong International Wine & Spirit Competition, IWSC England, Syrah du Monde, Japan Wine Challenge and more. GranMonte 2009 Asoke Cabernet Sauvignon Syrah has won Gold in AWC Vienna and Wine Style Asia and Silver in Decanter among 6 other awards, while other wines also won multiple international and national awards.Located in GranMonte Vineyard is a 120 seat fine dining restaurant, VinCotto. Favoured by local and overseas guests. Caters to diners from holidaying families to wine lovers. Exquisite home-style dishes are from the family recipes matched with GranMonte award winning wines. Reservation recommended.

Reviewed By TravelleSweden - Stockholm, Sweden

A fantastic place to visit. Nice Hotel rooms and Restaurant and shop. Very good wine tour the tour guide a Thai/New Zeelander was great. The Owner family was nice especially the daughter Nikki. Food in the restaurant ok (but reduce the number of dishes and make the once you keep even better.). The service in the restaurant can improve. The wines are ok. Breakfast very good. There should be someone in the staff with better knowledge in English. It would help a lot and make the stay even better. Today if you ask the staff about things to do in the area the can not answer. Good luck in the future! We will come back.

2. Khao Yai Art Museum

Ban Tha Chang Soi 6, Moo 16, Mu Si, Pak Chong 30130, Thailand +66 44 756 060
Excellent
60%
Good
35%
Satisfactory
5%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 67 reviews

Khao Yai Art Museum

Reviewed By Roman J - Bangkok, Thailand

Staying at Nhapha Resort close by it was a must to check our this Art Museum. We really were surprise finding this place in the middle of the greenery. The great outdoor sculptures and the contemporary paints in the 3 rooms. We never would have expected finding this kind of place at Khao Yai it it's a perfect stop over coming or going into the National Park. There are also villas near by for rental. A place for art lovers outside Bangkok. And all comes free of charge.

3. Haew Suwat Waterfall

Khao Yai National Park, Pak Chong, Thailand
Excellent
21%
Good
56%
Satisfactory
20%
Poor
2%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 133 reviews

Haew Suwat Waterfall

Reviewed By soemr - Singapore, Singapore

Haew Suwat waterfall is the easiest waterfall that we can reach in Khao Yai National Park. Steps quite steep but manageable. You have to jump over several big branches and rocks to be close to the waterfall but once you see it closely, it is really worth the effort.

4. Thep Phithak Punnaram

Pak Chong 30130, Thailand
Excellent
40%
Good
52%
Satisfactory
8%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 59 reviews

Thep Phithak Punnaram

Reviewed By pinkyxue - Singapore, Singapore

there are 2 statues, one on the ground floor, another bigger statue is 750 steps above. not easy to climb up as the stairs is quite steep but is sheltered by trees.

5. PB Valley Khao Yai Winery

102 Moo 5, Phaya Yen, Pak Chong 30320, Thailand +66 2 262 0030
Excellent
25%
Good
46%
Satisfactory
23%
Poor
4%
Terrible
2%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 238 reviews

PB Valley Khao Yai Winery

PB Valley Khao Yai Winery is the birth place of the Khao Yai Wine Region and one of the finest wineries in Thailand located at the edge of the Khao Yai National Park at 300 to 380 meters above the sea level. Its scenic restaurant the Great Hornbill Grill offers Western and Thai specialties which are partly matched to the wines grown in the estate. PB Valley also offers professional conducted wine tasting tours for which it received awards from the Tourism Authority of Thailand. Only 146 km's northeast of Bangkok it's the perfect destination for a short trip for the whole family.

Reviewed By Yenyenyenyenyen

Be sure to make the booking in advance. U can do so online. In my opinion, the best timing is at 330pm. Very professional guide assigned to us. Buggy to bring u thru the vineyard. 1st stop is to stop at one section of the vineyard for photo taking. Second stop is to show u the processes involved. 3rd stage is on the wine tasting bit.

6. Farm Chokchai

Farm Office K.M. 159-160 Moo 2 Friendship Highway, Pak Chong, Thailand +66 61 558 5280
Excellent
23%
Good
48%
Satisfactory
23%
Poor
5%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 409 reviews

Farm Chokchai

The foundation of our profession is based on the land of His Majesty the King. It is Earth to Mind Organization. We expose knowledge by experience, administration, evolution and are responsible for our actions.

Reviewed By angelina_sg - Singapore, Singapore

Coming from a place dominated by skyscrapers and impersonal man-made structures, green rolling planes, animals, good farm produce was definitely a sight for sore eyes and a stomach brought up on city food. Thailand's legendary cowboy sure did right (by me) and left a legacy for the rest of us. The late Khun Chockchai Bulakul's purchase of large acres of land and turned it into and educational and entertainment playground complete with animals, exhibits, activities. A nice respite for your typically jaded urbanite. There is the steakhouse that serves up mighty good pieces of meat (and alternatives if you decide otherwise) and the ability to purchase farm-produced milk to bring home. The camera worked over time and it was altogether a lovely day at the farm!

7. The Bonanza Exotic Zoo

Thanarat Road | Khanong Phra Subdistrict, Pak Chong 30130, Thailand +66 44 921 113
Excellent
24%
Good
50%
Satisfactory
18%
Poor
6%
Terrible
2%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 83 reviews

The Bonanza Exotic Zoo

The Bonanza Exotic Zoo (BEZ), Openned in December 2013, Set in a green hill environment offers the opportunity to attraction experience and Wilderness is sure to delight you. Opening Hours : Open daily ; 09.00 AM -17.00 PM

Reviewed By chaosy - Singapore

After paying entrance tickets (kids go free), you can choose to pay 50bh per pax to take a buggy. I would advise taking this to save you from walking. As we were a group of 8, we had the buggy to ourselves and so could choose where to stop. Feeding animals required additional $ e.g. to buy carrots to feed alpaca, rabbits, giraffes. Overall, nothing really special and memorable. The alpacas at The Palio look cleaner and healthier so I would suggest going to The Palio instead.

8. Thongsomboon Club

119 Moo 10,Pakchong-Hualam Rd, Pak Chong 30310, Thailand +66 44 312 316
Excellent
21%
Good
47%
Satisfactory
23%
Poor
7%
Terrible
2%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 85 reviews

Thongsomboon Club

Reviewed By Nok T - Bangkok, Thailand

A lot of activities. Appropriate for all ages. Cable car, water rafting (you'll get all wet, be prepared), ATV, go cart, BB gun, laser gun, bubble bumb, etc.
Price for entrance is 50 Baht for adult, little kid is free of charge. Each attraction ticket costs 150 Baht more.

9. Suwan Farm's Sweet Corn

298, Moo 1, Mittraphap Road | Klang Dong Subdistrict, Pak Chong, Thailand +66 80 158 8680
Excellent
31%
Good
38%
Satisfactory
29%
Poor
0%
Terrible
2%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 48 reviews

Suwan Farm's Sweet Corn

Reviewed By Doreen T - Singapore, Singapore

It was a non air-con supermarket, with fresh harvested vegetables and other stuffs commonly found in supermarket. The popular items are freshly harvested corns (60 baht/ 8pcs), cooked freshly harvested corn (10 baht), and freshly made corn milk (20 baht). Everyone were buying in bulks.
The corn milk had a kind of natural sweetness in it. The cooked corn which was sold pipping hot with a minimum order, was big and juicy.

10. Palio Khao Yai

146/1 Moo.4, Thanarath Road, Pak Chong 30130, Thailand +66 44 365 888
Excellent
15%
Good
36%
Satisfactory
34%
Poor
10%
Terrible
5%
Overall Ratings

3.5 based on 275 reviews

Palio Khao Yai

Reviewed By 524josephw

We arrived this picturesque dining and shopping place of interest that themed around a Tuscan village before the evening.
My family sauntered around snapping every corners in this little Italy town. Whilst waiting for our booked dinner, we quickly loitering and quick windows shopping in the place. We saw an Inn, big clock tower, Fountains, Mediterranean buildings, and live singing performance ( impressed by the singer who could sing both male and female vocal interchangeably) at one of the cafe.
As approaching dawn, many shops started packing up and the village gradually looked deserted and the lane got darker and quieter. So I recommended to come earlier but not in the evening as we totally had not much chance to shop and taste any ltalian confectionery or foods.

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