Sak Phu Duen

119 Moo 6, Pak Chong, 30130, Thailand | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Pak Chong

Thailand part one

A travel blog entry by tomandlotus


... are bouncing across the globe. The Burmese visa was so easy that I was able to to get it in one day,,, and hung over! Next stop was 3 hours by bus north of Bangkok at Kao National park. We arrive to be quickly whisked off to see the bat cave after wolfing down a bowl of fantastic egg fried rice. Rather than a encounter with the caped crusader it was a cave where over 2 million bats live, all leaving at dusk for feeding. A truly ...

Jungle Trekking for Wild Elephants

A travel blog entry by miklosclan


... Or rather I should say the top of everyone else's list was a wild elephant. I was personally terrified to catch one in the middle of a dense jungle, but I was willing to fake my enthusiasm because everyone else was so pumped! After a brief stop to put on our leech socks (yeeck) were on our way. It was apparent early on that we were going to get lucky. Our guide (who is affectionately referred to as 'monkey man') spotted some gibbons high ...

Where the Elephants Roam Free

A travel blog entry by jarinne


... some water, we quickly packed up, hitch-hiked out with possibly the last truck of the evening and 6 hours later found ourselves cooling off in the rooftop pool at our couchsurfing host’s apartment building.

Other animals seen:

-Malayan porcupines

-Red muntjac

-Asian fairy bluebird

-moustached barbet

-blue-naped monarch

-mountain hawk eagle

-orange-breasted trogon

-giant black squirrel (5-6 feet long inc. ...

Back in the jungle!

A travel blog entry by sophie_ish


... and saw a snake, a budda and a few thousand bats! Later we waited outside another cave waiting for bats to fly out before dusk when they go to hunt. We were quite amazed when literally millions of bats started to fly out of this cave flying in lines twisting and turning for over 45 minutes!

The following day we got the train (3hr) to Ayutthaya which is 1.5hr north of Bangkok and was once the capital of Siam (former ...

Trekking in Khao Yai National Park.

A travel blog entry by markandjade

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... and even though were not excited by birds, seeing the hornbills building their nest through our guides binoculars was really good. We then made our way through the jungle hoping to see some gibbons but instead soon found ourselves being attacked by the dreaded leeches. I had one on my arm which the guide promptly tugged off before we all had a few yanked off our leech socks. We saw some huge spiders along the way but ...


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