Thanyamundra Organic Resort
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TripAdvisor Reviews Thanyamundra Organic Resort Khao Sok National Park
Travel Blogs from Khao Sok National Park
... was beautiful.
We arrived at our huts that were extremely basic and a typical garden shed would have been more luxurious! We had a mattress on the floor, a mosquito net and a small area to put our belongings. What more do you need for a night on a lake?!
As part of the lake trip we did a couple of jungle treks where we saw more insects and large spiders. Becky accidently brushed past the web of a large black and yellow spider. Thankfully she was oblivious to ...
... be a sort of floating village. The part of the lake that it was on was completely empty, it was so beautiful. As it was so hot we all went straight in the water - jumping in, swimming, kayaking etc. There was a ledge thing which we could jump off so we spent a lot of time doing that and trying to take photos of it. Lunch was provided for us but it was Thai green curry (coconut flavoured) and fish - both of which I cannot stand the taste of. ...
... phobia of rats).
The highlight of our stint in the jungle had to be the night safari. If I am honest Alex and I were both a little apprehensive about entering the jungle at night to face who knows what in the dark. We prepared as best we could by dressing head to toe, wrist to ankle including our sturdy walking boots and then sprayed any remaining exposed skin with pungent deet mosquito repellent. We were each issued ...
... Claire is from Australia and is traveling on her own. She is really cute and lovely and wanted to go to the park so we invited her to do the tour with us and so we matched our dates to come here.
The next day we departed with just an overnight bag to one of the most beautiful places i have ever seen. We started with a boat ride that drove us to our accommodation for the night. You will see in the pictures that we stayed on a floating bungalow (ours is the one that ...
... and the washroom consisted of a squatter, and a bucket of water beside you to pour down the hole for your business to wash away....third world people...third world.
We finally arrived to the National Park. Our hotel was set right in the rain forest. each room was a private bungalow type room with a separate staircase and balcony. The views from the balcony were a combination of lush greenery and hills on the horizon. It was definitely a scene out of Fern Gully here. As you ...