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.
Sailing beneath the Khao Sok, experiencing the wonderful Guilin of Thailand, the mountains plugging in the mist, Khao Sok or the Ratchaprapha Dam. (Cheow Lan Dam) or many other names that tourists call each other, located in Surat Thani Province.

Khao Sokbut that makes many people People wanting to come and experience it probably won't be able to say that Khao Sok is so beautiful that it's popularly called Khao Sok. Guilin of Thailand. Khao Sok National Park center territory of “Mountain of Rainforest” is the largest and most important piece of rainforest in the southern region, consisting of Khao Sok National Park Khlong Saeng Wildlife Sanctuary Khlong Yan Wildlife Sanctuary Khlong Naka Wildlife Sanctuary Sri Phang Nga National Park and Kaeng Krung National Park It has a total area of ​​2,296,879.5 rai with high biodiversity. It is rich in many types of plants. Both rare and endemic plants such as lotus flower, Thalang governor palm or white back palm and Rahu palm It is also a habitat for a wide variety of wildlife. In particular, there are 4 types of preserved wildlife, namely, barking deer, chamois, tapir and marbled cat. And together with the condition of the area, there are beautiful scenery, natural wonders, including waterfalls, cliffs, caves and limestone mountain scenery that towering over the water of the Ratchaprapha Dam Reservoir until it has been nicknamed Guilin of Thailand.

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