Tung Na Mui is the name of an expansive rice field at Sarika sub-district of Nakhon Nayok. Here, people come to unwind, take in all the ozone and laze about into the traditional Thai rice paddy culture. The wandering wooden bridge that spans across the rice field might be the main visual highlight, but then, it is the unadulterated (yet) local charms of the people, the opportunity to go everywhere on a bike and the time that you can spend closely with nature has won the hearts of the visitors.
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Attractions near Nakhon Nayok
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Wang Takrai Park
Lushness not too far from the popular Sarika Waterfall, this park is botanical heaven featuring over 200 specimens of lotus and much more. A wide range of physical activities, from canoeing and cycling to ziplining and camping, are also available.
A natural learning centre that hopes to perpetuate the teaching wisdom of the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej, Phu Krarieng sets in a vast sustainable farming model with rice paddies, fruit orchards, reservoir and kitchen farms. Highlights include ‘Phrao Phu Fa’ wooden bridge, in-house cafe and a restaurant.
Nang Rong Waterfall
One of the most popular and visitor-friendliest waterfalls in Central Thailand, Nang Rong Waterfall multilayered, yet generous, slopes always attract anyone. The surrounding lushness is also a big perk.