Hup Pa Ta Cave
Near Uthai Thani there is a small place called Hup Pa Ta. It’s not a place you go to unless you are visiting a family. In other words, it is “far out in the country”. Here is a small cave of the same name, “Hup Pa Ta cave”. I’ve been here a few times before, but just this time I refused to pay 10 times as much to see the little cave. It’s simply not worth it.
The last couple of years I have started to report everywhere I visit on Google, and that kind of will in the future get a poorer review, only because this very unflattering policy. In Hup Pa Ta, they have so few foreign guests that they have not even bothered to translate the sign.
In Sai Yok National Park I once asked for a brochure in English, now I had to pay the “farang price”. No, they did not have them. It is a pricing policy that I hope the Thai government will get rid of by law sooner rather than yesterday.