Floating Bungalows in Thailand’s Khao Sok National Park.

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After a long, 13 hour sleeper train we finally arrived at our destination. We dropped off our backpacks, hoping they’d still be there when we returned and headed towards wondrous 738-sq-km Khao Sok National Park. It is believed that this jungle is over 160 million years old which would make it one of the world’s oldest rainforests. Of all the places I visited during my month in Thailand, this was by far my favourite, and the most beautiful.


I’m a complete sucker for natural beauty and this national park drew me right in. With it’s limestone karsts coming out of every corner, I sat mesmerised at my surroundings on the boat trip towards the floating bungalows.


We stopped in a few places for a swim and soon arrived at our accommodation for the night, it looked less than sturdy, like it could have sunk into the water at any minute…

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