Highway Department Rest Areas: 11 points across 11 provinces.
(Photo Credit: กรมทางหลวง)
No matter how far your journey takes you, there's no need to worry. If you feel tired, you can simply stop and rest at the Highway Department Rest Areas.
Long-distance driving can be very energy-consuming for drivers. After driving for a certain distance, fatigue, exhaustion, and drowsiness can set in. If you don't take breaks and continue driving, it can lead to drowsiness and ultimately result in accidents.
The advisable approach is to take regular breaks at rest areas to recharge your energy before continuing your drive. Today, Motorist will introduce you to the 11 rest areas across 11 provinces by the Highway Department. Let's take a look at where they are...
- Doi Inthanon, Chiang Mai Province
Highway Route 1009, from Chom Thong to Doi Inthanon, around kilometers 30-31.
- Pingu Curve, Sakon Nakhon Province
Highway Route 213, from Sangkho to Sakon Nakhon, around kilometer 155.
- Khao Kho Tent Camping Area, Phetchabun Province
Highway Route 2196, from Na Ngua to Tung Samo, around kilometer 23.
- Dinosaur Intersection, Khon Kaen Province
Highway Route 12, from Khon Kaen to Phrom Nimit, around kilometer 562.
- Animal Crossing Tunnel, Prachinburi Province
Highway Route 304, at the intersection of Kabin Buri and Wang Nam Khiao, around kilometer 195.
- Lam Takhong Parking Area, Nakhon Ratchasima Province
Highway Route 85, at the intersection of Bo Thong and Mo Chabok, around kilometer 2.
- Ban Rai Rest Area, Ban Rai District, Uthai Thani Province
Highway Route 3011, at the intersection of Ban Rai and Ban Tai, around kilometer 24.
- Huay Mongkol Intersection, Prachuap Khiri Khan Province
Highway Route 37, between Wang Bot and Pran Buri, around kilometer 28.
- Manorah Curve, Phatthalung Province
Highway Route 4, between Na Nod and Huay Sai, around kilometer 183.
- Lan Chang Park Public Garden, Trang Province
Highway Route 404, between Trang and Ban Na, around kilometer 11.
- Khao Chang Sii Clean Air Rest Area, Nakhon Si Thammarat Province
Highway Route 4238, between Lan Saka and Mai La, around kilometer 10.
If you're travelling to the Department of Highways Rest Areas, don't forget to take a break to stretch your legs before continuing your journey, for your comfort and safety while driving.
Claim your free car valuation today!
Looking for a car appraisal? You can contact us for a free car valuation within 24 hours…