Khao Lak Palm Beach Resort

26/14 Moo 7, Phetkasem Road, Khao Lak, 82190, Thailand | 4 star resort
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This 4 star resort, located on 26/14 Moo 7, Phetkasem Road, Khao Lak, is near Khao Sok National Park, Night market, and Inner Tubing.
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    Travel Blogs from Khao Lak

    A week in the office and a change in the weather

    A travel blog entry by jandkross on Mar 20, 2014

    30 photos

    ... taken aback by the behaviour of the four students who had consistently turned down the food offered to them at the school and rudely walked the streets of what was a small provincial town snacking on fast food from 7 Eleven and swigging beer out of bottles. Ken was in a good mood though as he had received a call from one of the village schools where he regularly sends volunteers to say that they had just had their end of term results and were delighted as the school, ...

    Trekking in Khao Sok National Park

    A travel blog entry by debsndarren on Mar 05, 2014

    22 photos

    ... The world largest flower - Rafflesia arnoldii can also be found in Khao Sok National Park. Sadly the flower wasn't open so we never got to see it. There is a ceramic model of one in the park's entrance - it was the closest we got to one.

    We got back to the park entrance and signed ourselves out of the park. As we were leaving we saw another giant beetle. We had a very late lunch and headed back to the bungalow for a very welcome shower and a ...

    Khao Lak

    A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Mar 01, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... who was jet skiing when the tsunami hit. The Prince died and the second boat sank killing all on board while 813 was carried inland and remains where it settled. Inevitably it has become a tourist attraction, there is still no entrance fee and we felt comfortable going to pay our respects.

    A strange memorial has been erected in memory of those lost. The boat has been raised to plinth and weeds grow from the sea of concrete that now ...

    Jungle covered limestone islands

    A travel blog entry by juliensimon on Feb 25, 2014

    22 photos

    Khao Sok

    Stayed in a bungalow lined road walking distance to the National Park entrance. The first afternoon, we took our very first jungle trek on our own. It’s funny how the unfamiliar habitats made us uneasy. We had no idea about what to expect from the plants, animals, or insects. We spent the first hour hiking nervously, I was afraid of spiders and Julien was worried about snakes (not a phobia but venom since the snakes there can actually kill you.... ...

    A secret weapon

    A travel blog entry by jandkross on Jan 09, 2014

    36 photos

    ... restless and would suddenly stop teaching, get them on their feet and introduce a physical activity We did “Head, shoulders, knees and toes…….“ several times . The class was still hard work but not nearly as bad as it had been on previous visits.

    We had four lessons there, two on Seasons in Thailand and Seasons in Europe, and two on the Islands and Provinces of Southern Thailand. The second subject was not easy, particularly ...