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The lake is actually a man-made lake created in 1987 with the construction of Rajaprabha Dam and it’s in the Khao Sok National Park. We experienced the stunning lake, a breathtaking landscape that looks very similar to Vietnam’s Halong Bay, we visited a cave and got the chance to swim and kayak in the Khao Sok lake.
Where to Stay in Khao Sok
As you would expect from a major tourist destination in Thailand, Khao Sok has no shortage of options when it comes to accommodation. As always, I’d suggest you stay somewhere central, to make accessing all the attractions as easy as possible. Khao Sok may be a great option for people looking for something a little more low-key. Unlike its neighbors in Phuket or Krabi, Khao Sok is a little less touristy and is a perfect place for vacation if you are searching for mountains, nature, and wildlife.
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