Chumphon (Thai: ชุมพร, pronounced [t͡ɕʰūm.pʰɔ̄ːn]) is a town (thesaban mueang) in southern Thailand, capital of the Chumphon Province and the Mueang Chumphon District. The city is about 463 kilometers (288 miles) from Bangkok. As of 2005 it had a population of 33,522. The town covers the commune (tambon) Tha Taphao completely and parts of tambons Bang Mak, Wang Phai, Na Thung, Tak Daet, and Khun Krathing. The main economic sector of Chumphon is agriculture.
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4.5 based on 46 reviews
Starting around 5:00 p.m., it is the best time to start your workout by the challenging climb to the summit of Khao Matsee Viewpoint. Majority of the tourists probably took the easy way by driving to the top. Some went to the mid-level and climb another 158 steps up. Whichever way you choose, Khao Matsee Viewpoint is an attraction tourist should not miss. What is there to see? The whole area of Chumphon from the top, the city, the river and the gulf merging into the sea. A snap shot of the area give the visitor a better understanding of the province of Chumphon.
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4 based on 39 reviews
Yes there was the occasional tourist that ventured over to the market but it was mostly just locals. Great prices, great food and really REALLY close to the train station. It is literally just on the other side of a gravel parking lot south of the train station. Maybe 100 yards away. We walked North from the train station down a tiny road past the nice restaurant where all the tourists were waiting/drinking. We ended up having to turn right EAST to head over to the main street of town. We never saw even 1 tourist over on the main street. They had a 7-Eleven where we stocked up on treats for our train ride to Bangkok. After spending our entire vacation on Samui & Ko Tao, this was the first time that I had local's look at me like I was something unique (Tall white tourist). When we got back to the night market it was dark. We bought some Thai fruit for the train and got a hot rodii (fried crepe with egg & condensed milk). Yum!
4.5 based on 19 reviews
It was a paradise that must be discovered by all who are in the area, and even others who are just looking for that little bit more beauty. Such an amazing place to be, to think, to unwind. Make sure you have your camera batteries fully charged, and some spare memory cards. If you don't? You're only going to miss out. Thank you for the memories!
4 based on 38 reviews
You can find all the tropical foods in this market, but don't miss the southern fare. Small pineapple called "yah-nut", small lady finger bananas called "gloy-lep-moo-nung", rambutans, and oh so much more. My mouth is watering just remembering the visit.
4.5 based on 16 reviews
Situated about a kilometre from Chumphon railway station on the road to the airport and Thung Wualean Beach, the National Museum provides an interesting insight into the history of Chumphon province and is a good place to visit on a rainy day. It is a little difficult to find as it is behind the main regional administrative offices, which are on the far side of the railway crossing. This is easy to see as it dominates the road. Drive past the offices and turn left at the traffic lights and the entrance is on the slip road up to the flyover.
There is a 100 baht entrance fee for foreigners although on our visit they did not have any tickets so we put the money in the donation box.They don't seem to have many visitors because someone rushed ahead of us turning on lights and starting AV presentations but the staff were welcoming and friendly. There are some interesting archeological exhibits from a site in Nachaang subdistrict and information on many local places that are also worth a visit. We enjoyed our visit and it was useful enabling us to create a list of other places to see.
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Eine schöne Tempelanlage an einer wunderschönen einsamen Bucht direkt am Meer.
Ein Ort an dem man Ruhe finden kann und die Schönheiten sowie sehr schöne Fotos schießen kann ohne von Touristen gestört zu werden.am Ende der Bucht und der Tempel Anlage kann man sich von einem Mönch nach Termin tätowieren lassen,viele Thais lassen sich da Symbole und Buddhistische Zeichen für Glück usw. aufbringen.
am Anfang der Anlage befindet sich ein sehr schöner in weiß verzierter Tempel direkt am Strand.
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Das Soldatendenkmal ist selbst nichts besonderes: eine schwarze Soldatenfigur mit jugendlichem Gesicht auf einem Sockel. Es steht aber in einem Park, in dem Bewohner aus Chumphon abends sportlichen Aktivitäten nachgehen, Besonders ist eine Art Fußballspiel zu beobachten: nahezu akrobatisch wird dabei mit den Füßen ein aus Bambus geflochtener Ball in ein ca. 4 m hoch aufgehangenen kleinen Korb (ähnlich dem Basketballspiel) befördert. Das Spiel muss man mal gesehen haben. Faszinierend !
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