Gardenhome Resort Khao Yai
Travel Blogs from Pak Chong
... the jungle that included wading shin deep in a muddy bog (we were appreciating the leech socks!) Our stop for lunch was quite something- high up in a stilt hut with views of the reservoir and salt lick.
After lunch we relaxed at one of the ...
... our hike. Now we are really going into the jungle. Long trousers, leech socks and mosquito repellent are important here. Going deeper into the jungle we discover impressive trees, animal poo, monkeys and lots if birds. From the forest we walk into the grassland where we have our next viewpoint at the watchtower. From here I try to imagine all the animals living in this jungle, like the elephants and even tigers... We finish ...
... i.e monkeys)
... br> We didn't fancy the hotel food again so Wi dropped us at a restaurant opposite the hotel and ordered our meals as they were so local they spoke little English. It was a very cute setting sitting on a pirate ship in the middle of the firy light draped restaurant and the food was fantastic. We were well into the traditional Thai meal of getting a soup (normally Thom Yum Kha), a ...
... I have never seen such a choice. From bags of fried insects, boiled eggs, discussing smelling dried fish on a stick to cold drinks, hot drinks and delicious smelling meat (unknown) on a stick. We opted for some mama noodles, which in effect was a Thai version of pot noodle. For 20 baht each we had our own, filled with hot water from the ladies flask. It was really nice. The scenery on the train was fantastic. As we headed east, everything ...
Other places to stay in Pak Chong
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188/1 Moo 5, Thanarat Rd., Pak Chong | 3 star hotelfrom $70
119 Moo 6, Pak Chong | Hotelfrom $41
333 Moo 6, Pak Chong | Hotelfrom $35