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Located in Surat Thani Province, Khao Sok National Park lies in the heart of one of the world’s oldest primary rainforest ecosystems.
Towering, sharp, lime stone cliffs protect the area, and are remnants of a time long ago when they were part of a coral reef system that stretched all the way from Borneo to China some 225-280 million years ago. The dramatic topography of the park is stunning, with its tallest “karst” reaching an impressive 960m. With its thousands of species of plants and animals, Khao Sok contains a true natural treasure and sanctuary of life.

The park is 739 sq km and is the 22nd National Park in Thailand.
Together with two wildlife sanctuaries (Klong Saen and Klong Nakkha), and two adjacent national parks (Sri Phang nga and Klong Phanom), Khao Sok is part of the largest protected area in Southern Thailand.


Khao Sok National Park is the top eco-tourism destination in Southern Thailand and one of the oldest rainforests on earth. Established as a National Park in 1981, the area is 739 sq km and is homeland for 50 species of mammal and 300 species of bird, and for the world’s largest flower, the Rafflesia.

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