What makes Khao Sok so special

Khao Sok National Park is a nature reserve containing ancient dense jungle, and huge limestone rocks towering over a beautiful lake.




The National Park itself is made up of Khao Sok Town and the man-made Cheow Lan Lake, a 165 square kilometer area contained by the Ratchaprapha Dam and made in 1982 which provides a source of hydro-powered electricity to southern Thailand.


The National Park was declared in 1980 and it is Thailand’s 22nd National Park, covering an area of 3,500 square kilometers, making it half the size of the island of Bali!


Cheow Lan Lake is boasted as Thailand’s most wonderful freshwater lake where adventurer seekers meet to explore what the lake and surrounding jungle have to offer.

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