The tourist spot where can't missed

The sea of clouds in Aiyoe Weng

Only about 15 kilometers from the Betong Municipality and land transport is convenient. The scenic viewing point, where people see the fantastic sea of clouds, is only 330 feet above sea level.

Phra Mahathat Chedi Phra Phutthathammaprakat

Located on a hilltop in Betong city center, on the ground of Wat Phutthathiwat, Thanon Rattanakit. This place is built in the modern Sivijaya style, covered in gold color. It is 39.9 meters high, built to commemorate the 69th birthday anniversary of Her Majesty the Queen. From the top you can see all of the temple ground and part of Betong city center.

The Largest Mail Box in Thailand

Used to be located at the Bell Tower intersection of Betong. It was built in 1924 before World War II as the communication post for the townspeople, through the radio implanted on top of the box, and the mail slot below it. A new box has been built in a larger size (nine meters tall), and is located at the City Convention Hall (Sala Prachakhom). The new mail box attracts a large number of tourists who come to take photographs.

Betong Hot Spring

About five kilometres before reaching the Betong city center, turn right from Highway 410 for another eight kilometers into the village. At the hottest spot, eggs are cooked in seven minutes. A hot spring shower is also available. It is believed that hot spring can cure muscle pain and minor skin irritation.

Piyamit Tunnel

Take the same route as the Hot Spring for four more kilometres. This area is the village of the Thai Development Participants and was once the base of Malaya Communist Division 2. The tunnel was built in three months in 1976, winding through the mountain for about one kilometer, about 50-60 feet wide with multiple entrances. It was used as the air raid shelter and food storage area. At present there is an exhibition about its history including the way of life in the forest. It is open to the public from 8 a.m. to 4.30 p.m.