Hup Pa Tat Cave

โอลาฟ ลา… wrote:

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.


Dual Pricing applies to all foreigners

Locals (Thais):

20THB (Adult)
10THB (Child)

Expats (with Work Permit):

200THB (Adult)
200THB (Child)


200THB (Adult)
200THB (Child)


Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on whatsapp

More Listings

Is something not right?

If you spot an error or if there has been been an update for this listing, please send us a message via the form below.


The intention of this website is to give foreigners the “Right to Choose”.
We don’t think it is fair that some tourist attractions disguise the fact that they have a dual price system.
Our opinion is that if they want to overcharge foreign tourists by as much as 200% then that is their decision. But, don’t do it in a way that is both sneaky and insulting.
Many Thais and foreigners agree that the dual pricing system is hurting the image of both the tourism industry and Thailand itself. Thai people are internationally known for their kind and generous hospitality. The actions of a few tourist attractions are damaging that reputation. We respectfully request a transparent pricing system in Thailand as the first step. But, ultimately we would like to see the #2PriceThailand policy abolished.

All information of listings with dual pricing is aggregated from the following Facebook Group:

Any business owner, or person in charge for specific listing can request to remove it from our website. Simply contact us through our Contact Us page and send us a photo of your non-dual pricing structure.

Currently, we do not allow new listings directly on this website. Please head over to the 2PriceThailand Facebook group and report your experience there. If your post is eligible, we will create a listing based on it. 

We are currently in the process of aggregating all listings. However, there are some requirements that your Facebook post needs to fulfil:

  1. Your Facebook post must contain one or more photos of the pricing at the attraction you were visiting (this can also be a screenshot of the official website of the attraction).
  2. You must state all prices (locals, expats and optionally tourists) in your posting.
  3. You must reference a place or attraction that can be found in Google Maps

If more than one Facebook users objected your post in a comment, then we also do not list it on this website.

Please use the Contact us page and send us a message.