Khao Lak (Thai: เขาหลัก (Pronunciation)) is a series of villages, now tourist-oriented, mainly in the Takua Pa District and partly in the Thai Mueang District of Phang Nga Province, Thailand. The name “Khao Lak” literally means Lak mountain. Lak mountain is one of the main peaks in the hilly small mountainous region (maximum height 1,050 meters) within the Khao Lak-Lam Ru National Park.
Khao Lak is approximately 60 kilometers north of the island of Phuket along Phetkasem Road, (Thai Route 4), one of four major highways in Thailand, Khao Lak is serviced regularly by buses. Phuket International Airport (HKT) is 74 kilometres south on the island of Phuket. Differentiating Khao Lak from neighboring tourist destinations like Phuket are its quiet, up-scale, uncrowded beaches; family-friendly nighttime environment and provincial ordinances that prohibit structures taller than the height of a coconut palm tree, keeping Khao Lak down to earth (but subject to sprawl).
- Khaolak Safari – mini Eco adventure
Excursion for nature enthusiasts, there are so many National Parks in this area, about 100 km from Phuket. With this Eco-Tour you will get the chance to choose from various activities, elephant trekking, visiting waterfalls, a ride on canoes or bamboo rafts, a walk in the park immersed in a untouched nature, and much more.
07.00 am – 17.00 pm
- Elephant trekking 1 hour
- Bamboo Rafting
- Rubber Tree Tapping
- Jungle Walk
- Water fall
- Tsunami Memorial Phang Nga
- Orchid Farm
- Mini Zoo
- Crocodile – Gibbon – Reacock – Boa
- Nangtong Beach