Khao Ngu Stone Park – Ratchaburi, Thailand

Our friends Voom and Greg invited us out on a day trip to Ratchaburi. We had never been before and of course we are always up for a little adventure! 

Khao Ngu (khao meaning mountain and ngu meaning snake) is quite a scenic little spot to visit. Large limestone karsts jut out of the surrounding flat landscape. It was an old stone quarry that has been turned into a recreation park. 

There’s a small lake with a nice walking path amongst the limestone karsts. We also noticed there is a flying fox and rope bridge between the peaks but it didn’t look like it was operational anymore. 

While walking on the path we passed a fellow busking. Greg asked him if he could play a song, the fellow obliged and took a video of Greg playing. It was a fun exchange and it obviuosly made the man quite happy! 

This also seems to be a very popular stop for the school kids, there was a massive group of them. Most of them would say ”hello” and the odd “how are you” followed by a lot of giggling. It was fun for us to interact a bit with the kids and hear them practice their english language skills.

After our visit to Khao Ngu, we made a quick stop at a small local dairy farm where Voom used to live and we met some of her family. It was a fun day and always nice to visit somewhere new! 

Written by: Tammy Hermann…Live~Love~Travel
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4 Responses to Khao Ngu Stone Park – Ratchaburi, Thailand

  1. Mom says:

    Such a beautiful area and a great day❤️

  2. Cheryl Millar says:

    This looks like a lovely spot to visit!

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