Khao Sok Paradise Resort
The Khao Sok Paradise Resort is privately owned and located in Khao Sok National Park, offering guests a totally unique hotel experience nestled in the jungle. Rather than traditional amenities, the friendly staff at Khao Sok put their guests up in stately tree houses, bungalows, and jungle houses. Each house is surrounded by beautiful tropical gardens and contains all the comforts of home: hot running water, flat-screen TVs, air-conditioners, and large, comfortable beds, all complemented by a relaxing in-room Thai massage.
Guests rave about the staff's meticulous attention to detail and willingness to serve, as well as the breathtaking views of the mountains from their treetop rooms and cooking classes. Despite its remote location, the resort's highly praised jungle restaurant provides wireless Internet access as well as exquisite Thai and Mediterranean cuisine. Past guests also recommend checking out the Shisha bar for a casual, intimate hookah experience. What would a getaway in the jungle be without safaris? The resort provides many different tour packages, from elephant treks to overnight camping safaris, all perfect fuel for the adventurer's spirit. The Flying Frog zip cord service is located nearby for those in need of an adrenaline rush while the lake offers a more peaceful outing. Anyone who wishes to explore the area on their own may rent the hotel's motorcycle for the day, which comes with insurance.
Because the resort is situated inside a national park, guests should expect to interact with all kinds of wildlife, like tropical birds whose songs herald the start of a new day to the lumbering tapir. Getting to the hotel is a breeze as the owners offer a pick-up service to and from the nearby ferries and bus stations. Although the Khao Sok is a jungle retreat, the accommodations are luxurious and certainly worth a look.
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... Our first night in the tree house was exciting surrounded by all the wildlife. We felt at one with nature especially with our open air shower and toilet!
The next day we booked an overnight stay on Chiew Larn Lake. A minibus took us to the pier where we boarded our longtail boat to the floating huts on the lake. It was about an hour from the pier to the huts and the scenery on the way there was spectacular! The limestone cliffs and jungle vegetation on ...
... day. I didn't mind the boat ride though because the views were incredible! We went passed so few people, so it was amazing to just be surrounded by mountains and calm water everywhere you looked. We stopped at a cave on the way, and had a look inside. It was quite claustrophobic so not my favourite thing to do, but it was still interesting, especially as we saw bats. We carried on with the boat journey to reach our destination, which turned ...
... the pool and reading on our veranda overlooking the beautiful gardens and mountains in the distance. By the pool Alex witnessed a snake devouring it's latest victim and we spotted a praying mantis as well as birds, plenty of lizards and little animals that resembled chipmunks (one of which seemed to have made himself home in the roof of our bungalow. The scuttling and scratching at night completely freaked me out due to my ...
... to driving on the left hand side.
So sad we are leaving Thailand in 3 days but could be more excited the full moon party is TOMORROW!!!! Yuppie! A little scared, supposable lots of people have died. People have gotten shot and **** but me and kat wont be drinking a whole lot, just enough to get a buzz so that we can remember it and enjoy. Also so we do not lose each other and that ...
... bumpy roads, humidity, no safety belts and little leg room. Things that are acceptable there are definitely not accepted in the Western world such as round desk fans on the ceilings of the buses and pick-up truck backs as cabs. Pack accordingly a pillow, motion sickness pills and light snacks as the services are few and far between to stop for a recognizable treat to keep your energy flowing. And, just like China, make sure you have toilet paper on hand. We stopped at ...