Khaosok Rainforest Resort
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29/11 Well we boarded the train at 6.15pm for Surat Thani - a 12 hour overnight and the last of our train overnights (thank goodness!!). This was not a good train - very strange and full of little friends - cockroaches!! The beds were only 2 storey, and quite comfortable, but SO noisy!! I don't think anyone slept!! Apart from the train noises - …
Másnap reggel kilenckor indultunk a Lake Tourra úgy, hogy már vittük magunkkal a cuccokat is, este valahogy át akartunk keveredni Chumphonba, hogy ne menjen el egy nap az utazásra, inkább este / éjjel menjünk.
Szongtojjal mentünk, persze telepakolták csurig, 10-en voltunk, főleg hollandok, de volt francia és német is, jó társaság gyű …
Luckily the evil spider didn't come back so we survived the night. Yet another early start though to go to the lake. Again it was pouring with rain but we were assured that it wouldn’t be raining at the lake. It had actually stopped raining when we got there which was good we got into another long boat and started to cross the …
Today we arrived at Ko Sok National Park Rainforest at about 11.30. Was Raining really heavily, we see why they call it the wet season now. As soon as we got out of the bus we got attacked by these huge red ants one was stuck to my foot and it was massive like a spider i managed to pull it off. We then went to out rooms, they were all …
Day 2 in Khao Sok National Park turned out to be a much-welcomed relaxing day of soaking up the sun (and the views). We went on a small road trip to Chiao Lan Lake, which is actually man-made as a result of the Rajjaprapha dam. It's the biggest artificial lake in southern Thailand.
Our entire tour group piled into a old-ish wooden boat …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKhaosok Rainforest Resort Khlong Sok
Staying at the Rainforest Resort is more like staying with a gracious and welcoming family. The owners and staff are extremely hospitable. While the bungalows are nowhere near a "resort" (according to someone like me, from the states), they were clean, spacious, and not too too shabby for a place in the middle of a rainforest. the bathrooms could use a little renovation, and i left with my fair share of mosquito bites, but the place exceeded my expectations for the location it's in. Perks: beautiful scenery, literally on the river side so tubing is a convenient and necessary thrill, and really wonderful food.
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