Khao Sok National Park

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Khao Sok National Park

Khao Sok National Park is the richest source of natural wealth in southern Thailand. The dazzling landscape includes several sky-high limestone mountains covered by lush plants which look as if they are nature’s great sculpture. The area is also surrounded by emerald green streams that bend along the woodland path and a number of interesting trails. Due to the location, Khao Sok National Park faces monsoons from both sides and there are rains sprinkling down throughout the year. Thus, it maintains the full features of a rain forest. The national park is considered a kingdom full of exotic plants. For example, Rafflesia kerri – the world’s biggest flower whose diameter is 70-80 centimeters, Thismia javanica, and Thismia clavigera – a regional plant with fancy shapes and colors. There are various other plants to be explored in Khao Sok National Park. Whoever visits this place would definitely be impressed by an unforgettable experience.

Khao Sok National Park is located at Moo 6, Klong Sok sub district, Panom district, Surat Thani, 84250 or contact 077-739-5154. By car from Bangkok: follow the route which heads south via Chumporn. Take the highway No. 41 through Chai-ya district, and turn right when you reach Punpin district. Then drive along the highway No. 401 (Surat Thani – Takaopa) pass Ban Takhun district. Once you find the 109th milestone, turn right and continue for approximately 1.5 kilometers to the national park office.