Our Jungle House
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOur Jungle House Khao Sok National Park
This was a wonderful escape. Stilted bungalows with attached bathrooms and hot water. Nice quiet location well off the road (not that it's busy either). Wonderful value for the money! Restaurant and reception had friendly staff and offered lots of different tour packages, or the park is just there for you to walk through.
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We got the early ferry from Koh Tao to Donsak Pier at 7am and our taxi was waiting for us to take us to our tree house at Our Jungle House in Khao Sok. It was quite a long journey, 2.5hrs on the ferry and then 2.5hrs in the taxi.
When we got there, the long journey seemed well worth it. We were in a fantastic tree house (called Liana Tree …
The journey from Ko Lanta to Khao Sok should have taken around four and a half hours. In the end it took a very frustrating nine hours. We began with a converted pick up from Kian Tiang bay to the ferry terminal. The pick up was half an hour late and would comfortably have fitted six people, uncomfortably if you included the luggage. Unfortunately …
Again, I've been without internet for some while! We have been staying in the jungle in Khao Sok National Park, which is brilliant. There are 600ft cliffs I can see from the window and there are trees all around; we're quite a long way from roads and civilisation in general. The food is good, the accommodation is great, all is well. The first day …
... the street food 'chicken on a stick', 'Pad thai' noodles, spring rolls, corn on the cob and fresh pineapple all for 100 baht (2 pounds). We headed back to the hostel to chill and sleep.
On our way walking to Wat Pho temple we were talked into getting a tuk tuk for 10 baht, and he took us to see a few smaller temples, a tourist information place and then a tailor shop as he would get a 'gasoline' voucher ...
... of pot noodles. We decided to go over anyway when he wasn't looking but the owners of the cafe refused to serve us because the man over the road was a psycho and they were clearly scared of him. So we sat it out and refused to buy anything or use the toilet just to spite him. > The bus eventually turned up to take us to the ferry port and then it was a 2 and a half hour journey to the island. I got on a truck taxi to take me to the Chewang town, where my kiwi ...