Khao Lak is emerging as a wonderful tourist attraction appealing to those who love tranquillity amidst pristine nature. With an area of about 150 sq km covering four districts of Thai Muang, Pakong, Takua Pa and Muang, the National Park boasts virgin forests with abundant flora and fauna and waterfalls.
The cream of the park lies on Khao Lak Hill, 25 km from Amphoe Takua Pa, forming a scenic background for relaxation and a nice viewpoint for watching the sunset. Visitors can get close to the nature there where the locals live in a simple lifestyle.
This resort and the accomodation infact were both badly hit by the tsunami. Henrik and Ladda have rebuilt their accomodation virtually from scratch again in order to offer a comfortable, friendly place to stay with the added bonus of a lovely swimming pool. The small rooms and large bungalows are all reasonably priced. There is free internet available. Henrik and Ladda make you very welcome including sharing late night drinking of Thai whisky!!
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Conde Nast have named their 'best new hotels in the world for 2006' (May 2006 - US Edition). Fortunately, for those of us who don't have 800USD to blow on a hotel room, CN were sweet enough to include a few recommendations that may just be within our reach, including The Sarojin in Khao Lak, one hour north of Phuket.
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