Khao Sok Las Orquideas Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Khao Sok Las Orquideas Resort Khao Sok National Park
Travel Blogs from Khao Sok National Park
... is rude and obnoxious. I have no idea where I’m supposed to go, and end up at departures for Australia flights.
Eventually find where I’m supposed to go, passport control! Which is backwards as we do this when we arrive somewhere. The immigration guy is so rude and slams my passport and papers on the desk. I get through to the departures lounge and decide to get some food. The food on the other internal flights haven’t been ...
... that we were personae non gratae, came anywhere near us. We watched as a stage and marquees were being erected on the playing field. There were no mechanical aids and the whole operation was carried out manually by the large workforce. I imagined that it must be something to do with the Chinese New Year celebrations but learned that it was purely a commercial event, scheduled for that evening, and run by Nestle, Coca Cola etc to promote their products. After we ...
... get things rolling, and my body moving after feeling quite idle on the boat, I booked a 2 day, 1 night stay on Cheow Lan Lake. Probably the most famous feature of the park, this beauty boasts 120m depth at some points, deep lush jungle surrounding it, and its gem feature, floating bamboo huts!
The next morning I was off, and soon the noise of a longtail boat was burning my ears as we ripped across the smooth lake. ...
... France whose daughter bonded with Caleb over Harry Potter. Her school teacher uses J.K. Rowling's books as a base for math, grammar and science instruction. Now that's how you keep students motivated!
Robert kept comparing the scenery to Vietnam, so I left feeling a little better about having skipped Hanoi and Halong Bay. Another time.
... turn of the river. I liked this canoe trip more than actually being in the Khao Sok park itself.
Again due to dry season the river was quite low and once we got temporarily stuck. We spotted one snake in the trees, but no more monkey. We stopped halfway through for tea. I was given a cup made out of a piece of bamboo with a stirrer. I wondered what sort of forest plant this tea was made out of, but it was pretty good. I kept ...