Heading south? Why not stop and enjoy the charms of Phetchaburi Province on your way down? Its ancient, slow-paced capital Phetchaburi (otherwise known as Phetburi) makes a interesting stopover, with myriad wats and traditional teak houses; while Thailand's largest national park, Kaeng Krachan,is also well worth a visit. cheap replica watches uk Besides boasting caves and mountains to explore, a huge lake, and excellent trekking and bird-watching opportunities, the park happens to be one of the few places left where you can see elephants roaming wild. Your experience of seaside Cha-am will depend on whether it's a weekend or holiday - when the town is flooded with exuberant Thais out for a good time - or a weekday, when you'll have the beach practically to yourself.