The Enchanting Beauty of Aiyoe Weng’s Sea of Clouds: A Heavenly Sight to Behold
Nestled beside the picturesque La Ong Rung Waterfall, the stunning Sea of Mist is a newly discovered natural wonder and a must-visit attraction in southern Thailand. Situated approximately 40 kilometers from Betong District, this breathtaking destination is set to be declared as the Bang Lang National Park.
Accessible via car through a road at the junction leading up to the telecommunication repeater station at KM.32, Ban Mali, Betong District, the Sea of Mist sits at an elevation of 600 meters above sea level. During the early morning months of October to March, visitors are treated to a daily display of the largest and most stunning mist in the south. By day, the site doubles as a stunning viewpoint, offering panoramic views of the mountains and the gorgeous Bang Lang Dam.
If you’re looking for an unforgettable travel experience, be sure to include a visit to the Sea of Mist on your itinerary. This newly explored tourist gem is a visual feast that will take your breath away.
At an altitude of 2,038 feet, a spectacular sea of mist can be seen every morning throughout the year in the southern border, a hidden gem that has yet to be fully discovered. Dubbed “365 days”, this natural wonder is a breathtaking sight that promises to leave visitors in awe.
Ascending to a height of over 2,000 feet, the peak offers a stunning view of the sea of mist for eight months a year, visible during the morning hours. To reach this natural wonder, visitors can take the paved road at kilometer junction 33 of Route 410 and drive for approximately 7 kilometers, located between Moo. 4 and Moo. 6 in Ayer Weng Subdistrict.
In addition to the mesmerizing sea of mist, another noteworthy attraction at this location is the peak of Khu Nung Siri Pad hill. Visitors can take a hike to the summit and enjoy a breathtaking 360-degree view of the misty surroundings. Prior to your visit, kindly contact the staff at 086-288-4792 for further details.