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Places to visit in Koh Larn

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What to see in Koh Larn

What to see Koh Larn are the landscapes, the beaches and the sea. You can also clim the small 205 meters high hillwith a little shrine at its top. For the rest, see our page listing things to see in Pattaya.
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Sala Kaew Ku

Sala Kaew Ku

a park with huge amazing cement sculptures. Mix of Buddhism and Hinduism figures and character from its creator's dreams, the aprk houses dozens of statues. The biggest are over 20 meters high....


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Koh Phi Phi View Point

Koh Phi Phi View Point

On the hills, it offers the most beautiful and the most famous view over Koh Phi Phi island. You have to go up there if you want to tkae THE picture of Koh Phi Phi or a selfy that will make your...


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Phanom Rung

Phanom Rung

Khmer temple built on top of an extinct volcano . You access to it by a long paved walkway and a beautiful staircase. Very unique! With the temple of Phimai, these are the two finest Khmer temples...


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Hin Ta Hin Yai

Hin Ta Hin Yai

located on the seafront between Lamai and Hua Thanon, these rocks have the shape of a penis and a vagina and attract many tourists who want to photograph them.


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