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Khao Sok National Park

Guesthouses, hotels and resorts

The vast majority of visitors stay at one of the many guesthouses found near the park's main western gates and hiking trails in Khlong Sok village. If you don't mind roughing it, staying in a rafthouse on gorgeous Chiew Lan Lake is recommended -- at least for a night. Travellers with their own transport could opt for a more remote room in Khao Sok valley.

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Khlong Sok village

This is where the bulk of accommodation and tourist services for Khao Sok are found. Within the small village set between the highway and the park entrance are several small-scale bungalow operations from basic to mid-range quality. Nearly every place to stay has an attached restaurant and tour agency, with more shops and dining spots found along the main road.

Khao Sok valley

Along Rt. 401 east of Khlong Sok village towards Ban Ta Khun are a handful of places to stay, mostly resort style accommodation a notch higher in quality and price than the village offerings with scenic, though isolated, settings.

Chiew Lan Lake

This picturesque lake, found about an hour's drive east from the Khlong Sok park entrance, is a highlight for many Khao Sok visitors, with a choice of floating accommodation from basic bamboo huts to air-con bungalows. Most who stay in the bungalows do so as part of an overnight tour that includes meals, transport and guided hikes or other activities around the lake.

  • More Chiew Lan Lake rafthouses

    More Chiew Lan Lake rafthouses

    Make a splash

    Chiew Lan Lake, Khao Sok

    In addition to Tone Tuey bungalows, the parks service (DNP) operates three more floating bungalows. Each are close to the shore, but all the bungalows are floating over the lake with bamboo or wooden ... Read more.

  • Tone Tuey rafthouses

    Tone Tuey rafthouses

    Rustic floating huts

    Department of National Parks Substation 4, Chiew Lan Lake, Khao Sok
    T: (077) 395 025;

    One of the original floating bungalows operated by the Department of National Parks (DNP), Tone Tuey is a popular spot for both day and overnight tour trips. Also called Ton Tert, it's one of the ... Read the full review of Tone Tuey rafthouses .

    3.5 stars Under 600B 1 vote Backpacker

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