Episode 067: Sounds of Khao Sok National Park

Khao Sok National Park is one of the world’s oldest tropical (rain)forests with amazing biodiversity of native flora and fauna.

Hop on long tail boats, and explore the pristine waters of Cheow Larn Lake where lush karst scenery welcomes you. 

Camp on your own and soak in the lush surrounds of the park, which also offers night walks to spot nocturnal wildlife.

During the season between December and March, check with local guides to hike and witness the gigantic Rafflesis kerii flower in full bloom.

Take time to enjoy the loop trails that lead to natural  pools, waterfalls, and streams.

Reference of ambient sounds
Oriental Hornbill
Longtail boat ride on Cheow Larn Lake
Sticky rice wrapped in banana leaf
Snake in the water
Sudden downpour in Cheow Larn Lake
Bison by the banks
Night at a floating rafthouse
Sunrise over karsts
Spotting gibbons in the canopy
Sok River
Primates wandering about
Loop walk in Khao Sok National Park
Sunset on the Highway

Other things to do when in Khao Sok National Park
500 Rai
Elephant Hills
Hike to see the giant Rafflesia kerrii flower
Jungle meals
Khao Sok Riverside Cottages
Our Jungle House & Our Jungle Camp
Panvaree The Greenery


Show cover jingle courtesy of Icons8
Music by Nordgroove from Fugue

Voices of our guide and fellow travellers, and photographs by Nikhil Shankar

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