Realign your body and mind as one.
The luscious oasis of serenity, MUTHI MAYA Forest Pool Villa Resort, where you can reconnect with your inner-self once again. Break away from the city's hustles and bustles, where lives are faced with hectic routine day after day. It's now the perfect time to reward yourself a quiet time for reflection; just you, yourself and the beautiful tropical greens of world heritage, Khao Yai.
Getting There :An easy drive from hectic Bangkok, the MUTHI MAYA offers an instant escape from crowded city life. Here, on the edge of Khao Yai National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the chic elegance of contemporary living blends seamlessly with natural beauty.
Route 1: (Highway drive Route Take Highway No. 1 (Phahon Yothin) from Bangkok to Saraburi and then take Highway No. 2 (Mitraparp Highway). Drive along the way to km 57, then keep left and take flyover to Thanarat Road for another 25 kilometers. Then turn left to Khao Yai – Wang Nam Kiew Road about 7 kilometers. MUTHI MAYA is on your right hand side. The total distance is approx. 200 kilometers.
Route 2: (Short cut route) Take Highway No. 1 (Phahon Yothin) from Bangkok to Saraburi and then take Highway No. 2 (Mitraparp Highway). Then u-turn at KM 39 and turn left to Kudkla-Pansuek Road. Drive along the way about 25 kilometers until hit the Thanarat Rd. junction, turn right for
another 3 km. Then turn left to Kaho Yai – Wang Nam Kiew Road about 7 kilometers. MUTHI MAYA is on your right hand side. The total distance is 180 kilometers.
Route 3: (Scenic route) Take the Bangkok-Rangsit-Nakhon Nayok route to Prachine Buri to the entrance of Khao Yai National Park. Then drive to Pak Chong entrance. Then turn right to Khao Yai – Wang Nam Kiew Road about 7 kilometers. Krimaya is on your right hand side. The total distance is 230 kilometers.
Ordinary buses leave the Northern and Northeastern Bus Terminal (Mochit 2 Bus Terminal) in Bangkok everyday from 5 a.m. to 10.00 p.m. For more information, you can visit at www.traco.motc.go.th
The trains depart from Bangkok's Hualamphong Station. Take North eastern railway to Pak Chong. For more information, you can visit at ww.railway.co.th
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