Khao Sok National Park is located right in the middle of Thailand between the stunning Andaman Bay and the Gulf of Thailand. Khao Sok is known to be the wettest spot in Thailand as all of the 738 square kilometres of the National Park are located within the lowland jungle (rainforest). There are many things you can do in Khao Sok ranging from day-long hiking trips, bird watching tours and night safaris to fishing and kayaking through the breathtaking Cheow Lan Lake. The accommodation on the lake is one of a kind. You can stay in a raft house and enjoy the real untouched nature of Thailand. The lake and Khao Sok are incredibly peaceful, and you won't be able to find anything this close to nature anywhere else in Thailand. This destination is most suitable for eco-tour lovers and nature enthusiasts who want to see Thailand from a different perspective.
When it comes to anything connected with animals and their treatment in non-wild conditions, I become very picky and meticulous. When I was looking for a topic for my next blog post, I thought that elephant trekking as one of the most popular tourist attractions in Thailand might work out into a nice article with … Continue reading “Thai Elephant trekking. Not!”
Happy New Year! Yes, it’s April and I mean what I say. As Thai Buddhists celebrate the New Year, the Land of Smiles turns into a water-splashing crowd. Official Thai New Year’ Day is 13 April every year, but the celebrations normally start on the 12th and don’t stop until the 16th. And that’s when … Continue reading “5 tips on how to survive and actually enjoy Songkran”