Khlong Thom Museum
is situated within the precincts of Wat Khlong Thom
between Kilometres 69-70 on Phetchakasem Highway, one
kilometer from the District office. On display in the
museum are various artefacts discovered during
excavations within an area called "Khuan
Luk Pat" or a bead mound behind Wat
discoveries include stone tools, stone and earthen
ornaments in the shapes of animals and particularly
beads from some 5,000 years ago.
is located at Mu 8, Ban Hin Phoeng, Tambon Khlong Phon,
25 kilometres from the District Office. This can be
reached via Phetchakasem Highway, (Krabi-Trang route)
turning left at Khlong Phon and travelling a further 8
kilometres. To reach the waterfall which runs down
over a steep rock, one has to take a 400-meter walk
along the hillside.
is located in the area of Khao Pra-Bang Khram
no-hunting zone next to the Bang Teao Village, 18
kilometres from Amphoe Khlong Thom. It is a virgin
forest with natural ponds, rare flora and species of
birds. A 2.7-kilometre nature trail offers opportunity
to study the environment. Information can be obtained
from the no-hunitng zone office at Ban Bang Teao.
is located in the forest within Tambon
Khlong Tom Nua, about 12 kilometres from the district
town. The waterfall has its source from underground
thermal water, hence the high temperature.