Sak Phu Duen

119 Moo 6, Pak Chong, 30130, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 119 Moo 6, Pak Chong.
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    Travel Blogs from Pak Chong

    Khao Yai National Park

    A travel blog entry by i_go_wandering on Jun 26, 2014

    101 photos

    ... stop was at a underground temple, as we descended the ladder like stairs into darkness. Joe asked us to hold our headtorches in our hands as there would be a lot of flying insects heading towards our light which would end up in our eyes. The cave was hot and humid, you could hear a faint screeching sound and soon found out the cause, hundreds of bats were hanging from above us! They soon started flying round and Joe was so informative taking us round the cave, showing us the rock ...

    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 ...

    At home with the critters - Khao Yai National Park

    A travel blog entry by beckie268 on Sep 24, 2013

    7 photos

    ... When we opened it up, it was a triangle of sticky rice with Taro in, which is a Thai style sweet potato and purple in colour. We carried on through the jungle. It was really hot. We had made the mistake of only bringing our waterproof jackets as long sleeves and were conscious of getting eaten alive, so put up with being sweaty to prevent feeding the mosquitoes. The next stop was a huge tree that had been covered in strangler vines and had killed the tree. I ...

    Where the Elephants Roam Free

    A travel blog entry by jarinne on Feb 10, 2013

    11 photos

    ... lush and green, a true tropical paradise! From the Visitor's Centre we then hitch-hiked in the back of another pick-up truck, one of many the next few days, to our campground. We found a nice flat spot under a palm tree and surrounded by hungry-looking macaques, to set up our only camping equipment, a cheap tent minus rain fly that we’d dragged from China. After a sleepless night#1 we realized that we’d have to rent a few things, ie blankets and sleeping pads, for the ...

    Scaling Phu Kradeung - Gangnam style

    A travel blog entry by kenyanmaasai on Dec 16, 2012

    7 photos

    ... for farangs. It's not like the Thais are gonna jump on this bandwagon. Soon enough (after 1 hr) the next bus arrives and I get 2 more people to split the cost with. WIN. The national park is about 6km away. Phu Kradueng is a hill (Kenya-speak), 200m asl at the bottom, and 1300m asl at the top. It is a mountain that all Thai students want to conquer and many who visit are between 18-20yrs. Not all of course! What's odd about this hill is that once you ...