Khao Daeng View Point (not to be confused with Wat Khao Daeng, the downstanding temple) is a panoramic peak I visited last year in September, arrived at about 10 am. You must hike for about 400 meters up and the road to climb requires a lot of care. Make sure you are wearing hiking or trekking shoes, I don't recommend try to climb if you don't have. On the top, about 1000 feet above ground level, the sun can be quite strong, so make sure you have sun protection or you are definitively going to get some srious skin burn! The view over the sea and the hills is however breattaking and it was really worth the trouble for me to see. Great experience!
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