Khao Sok Tree House Resort

Address: 233 Moo. 6 T.Klong sok A.Phanom, Surat Thani, 84250, Thailand | Resort
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This resort is located on 233 Moo. 6 T.Klong sok A.Phanom, Surat Thani.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKhao Sok Tree House Resort Surat Thani

Reviewed by luccatianatrip

Tree top house

Reviewed Jan 15, 2014
by (4 reviews) Albertslund , Denmark Flag of Denmark

Sjovt med huse i trætoppene. Vores hus var bygget af bambus og havde et telt indenfor. Trætoppen gik gennem huset og dannede et indendørs klatretræ. Badeværelset var uden vægge så du badede og besørgede i den fri natur i toppen af et træ. Ret fantastisk syntes især ungerne.

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Reviewed by stadtindiejana

adventure

Reviewed Jul 31, 2011
by (3 reviews) , Germany Flag of Germany

In stormy nights It's not for the faint-hearted. The mainparts of the treehouses were moving with the wind agains the other parts of the house. That scared us in the first night. It isn't a fist class hotel. The service was good and the people very kind. The garbage under some treehouses was disturbing. The ants are very aggressive there and the birds sing in strange melodies, it's in the jungle. The pool is clean and refreshing.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Khao Sok Tree House Resort Surat Thani

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Surat Thani

Khao Sok

A travel blog entry by luccatianatrip on Jan 15, 2014

86 photos

Vi ankom til Khao Sok og vores jungle tree top house efter mørkets frembrud men selv i mørke så det meget spændende ud. Vores bambus hytte lå på en platform 15 meter oppe i et højt træ omgivet af jungel og kun tilgængeligt via en smal gangbro. Grenene fra træet gik gennem hytten og skabte et indend …

Christmas

A travel blog entry by jandkross on Dec 25, 2013

1 comment, 43 photos

... meal of not just tiger prawns, but also squid accompanied by a whole variety of very nice baked vegetables and of course steamed rice. I finished the evening at the Monkey Bar where there was a guitarist entertaining the customers. He wasn’t a bad musician but he had no idea of the words to the western songs he was singing and was just mumbling a lot of the time. As I was going to be working on Christmas Day I didn’t stay late but ...

Into the Jungle!

A travel blog entry by katherine_white on Nov 23, 2013

129 photos

... colourful ones too. I also saw lots of lizards which really pleased me. We had some free time before lunch so some people took the kayaks out (there were 2 little yellow ones and a 2 person blue one) and some of us swam in the lake. I swam in the lake which was fun and then we had lunch. Some people said they had seen monkeys whilst out kayaking so after lunch I got in one (or wobbled and almost fell out of whilst trying to get in) and headed out in search of ...

The last of BKK

A travel blog entry by stephers_123 on Aug 27, 2013

... this disparity even more clearly. On a thin wooden longtail boat steered at the back by a guy with a pole, I was planning my swim to the river banks ready for when we capsized. Though this didn't happen in the end, it felt like an imminent reality and not really a method of transport I'd recommend to anyone who'd indulged in a drink or two the night before. Reaching Wat Pho, home to a giant reclining buddha, the heat was already unbearable. Though good ...

Luxury, lakes, limestone and leeches (part 1)

A travel blog entry by sranedwandering on Dec 02, 2009

4 photos

... by and pick us up (for hardly more than the normal bus cost) and asked if we had somewhere to stay at the park. We said no, then watched with some trepidation as she produced a laminated sheet with a picture of some bungalows and a smiling man. She said, “These rooms are 250 baht, if you like”. Our mouths dropped – we’d been unable to find a room online for less than 1,000 baht and were preparing ourselves to temporarily bust our ...