Sak Phu Duen

Address: 119 Moo 6, Pak Chong, 30130, Thailand | Hotel
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      Elephants, and gibbons, and bats, oh my!

      A travel blog entry by peterandtina on Jan 31, 2015

      6 photos

      ... we were most excited about We encountered a nice troop of Northern pig tail macaques. They seemed less threatening than the long tail macaques we saw at the temples, but I kept my distance just in case. As we were driving down the park road we were greated by the amazing sound of gibbons singing in the forest. Our driver quickly pulled over and we set off into the trail-less jungle in search of them. I shouldn't really say trail-less though. There ...

      Khao Yai National Park

      A travel blog entry by sarahvermazen on Jan 13, 2015

      22 photos

      ... are the most dangerous, our guide says. This was confirmed when we saw the small one running up to the cars and almost smashed one. It is important to keep on driving because then they don't attack. While we slowly drive backwards the elephants continue their way with us. What an impressive experience! It's getting dark so we continue our way out of the park. A nice sunset later I am back at the guest house for dinner. What a ...

      Khao Yai national park

      A travel blog entry by simoncole on May 20, 2014

      15 photos

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    • Different species of deer
    • A giant squirrel and white squirrels
    • Water monitor lizard
    • The crocodile incident deserves mention. On the morning of day 2 we took a trek along the river side looking for a crocodile, the only one in this area and Anont's eager eyes spotted him basking on the other side of the river. We watched for 10 minutes or so, and then ...

      Jungle Trekking for Wild Elephants

      A travel blog entry by miklosclan on Oct 31, 2013

      3 comments, 9 photos

      After exploring the temples of Ayuthaya, we headed off to Pak Chong excited to be going into Thailand's jungle. The train ride from Ayuthaya to Pak Chong was about two and a half hours and cost a whopping 80 baht (that's $2.60 Cdn). Total. For all four of us. Period. Via Rail you got nothing on the Thai Railway. I love this country! Our host in Pak Chong was a lovely German man who runs Bobby's Apartments with his Thai wife - who is one ...

      Duh Nah Nah Nah Nah Nah BATMAN!

      A travel blog entry by stephanddave on Jun 21, 2013

      1 comment, 22 photos

      ... moved onto a couple of waterfalls. On the way to the waterfalls we did see a load of macaques (monkeys) all hanging around by the side of the road getting up to monkey things, monkey business and just generally monkeying around.One being Haew Suwat and was the main waterfall in the film 'The Beach'. I (Steph) couldn't remember it from the film but it looked pretty spectacular or so we thought until we saw the second waterfall. This one was called Haew Narok ...