Located in Khao Sok, less than 1 km from Khao Sok, Khaosok Bamboo Huts Resort provides accommodation with a restaurant, free private parking, a garden and a terrace. With free WiFi, this 1-star resort offers a tour desk and free shuttle service. The resort features family rooms. All units at the resort are equipped with a seating area. At Khaosok Bamboo Huts Resort every room comes with a private bathroom with a shower. Continental and ? la carte breakfast options are available daily at the accommodation. Guests at Khaosok Bamboo Huts Resort will be able to enjoy activities in and around Khao Sok, like cycling. The nearest airport is Surat Thani Airport, 106 km from the resort. This is our guests' favourite part of Khao Sok, according to independent reviews.
1. City Pillar Shrine, Surat Thani Province
Sacred things of the people of Surat Thani Located at Sri Surat Stadium in Muang District, near Tapee River. a white building Sriwichai Arts similar to Phra That Chaiya but larger The building is made of concrete. The architectural style is influenced by the beliefs of Buddhism, Mahayana Buddhism. that used to prosper in this land Located on the base of Chaturamuk with stairs on 4 sidesand the arch decorated with stucco designs in Srivichai style Including also summoning the symbol of the 50th anniversary of the throne, decorated on all 4 sides. Inside the building enshrines a city pillar carved from Ratchaphruek wood. The top of the pillar is the face of the four-faced Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara. Boxing with hair carved into a meditative Buddha image. along with lacquer and gilded Open for visits and worship every day from 6:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

2. Wat Phra Borommathat Chaiya Ratchaworawihan
Wat Phra Borommathat Chaiya Ratchaworawihan is located on Rak Norakij Road, Wiang Sub-district, Chaiya District, is considered a treasured sanctuary of Surat Thani Province. which is enshrined Phra Phra That Chaiya or the place containing the Buddha's relics It is also one of the three sacred ancient sites of the South. which consists of Phra Borommathat Chaiya, Surat Thani Province, Phra Mahathat Chedi Wat Phra Mahathat Woramahawihan, Nakhon Si Thammarat Province and the Reclining Buddha in Khuha Phimuk Cave, Khuha Phimuk Temple, Yala Province

3. Phra That Si Surat
Phra That Si Surat or Phra That Khao Tha Phet Located on the hill of Tha Phet in the area of ​​Khao Tha Phet Wildlife Conservation Development and Promotion Station It was built by villagers in Ban Don community. To commemorate the period of the half-Buddha period, in 1957, the relics were of Srivijaya art mixed with early Rattanakosin art. Its appearance is tall and slender, similar to a candle. decorated with stucco patterns located on an octagonal base

4. Wat Phatthanaram
Wat Phatthanaram is located at Na Mueang Road, Talat Subdistrict, Mueang District, built around 1896 by Luang Por Pat Narot, a famous magic teacher in the south. It is believed that Luang Por Phat started building a temple in the cemetery of Wat Phra Yok. which is the temple where he was in the Buddhist Lent at that time With only 6 baht of factors when it's completed This temple was generally known as Wat Mai until Luang Por Pat died in 1942, it was renamed as Wat Mai. Wat Phatthanaram to commemorate him.

5. Mokkhaplaram Park
In addition to the temple that has existed since ancient times with exquisite Buddhist architecture Surat Thani Province also has Suan Mokkhaplaram which has a history and characteristics that are different from other temples in this province entirely This is ideal for those who love peace and want to study Dharma seriously.

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