Khao Lak Wired is a guide to the best of Khao Lak and its surrounding area. The online magazine is written by locals and expats who have settled in Khao Lak. We provide readers with interesting features and practical information for tourists visiting Khao Lak.
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The Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) have warned Khao Lak may see an increase in power cuts between 13 June and July 10 2014. The power cuts are likely to affect the whole of Phang Nga Province and 14 other provinces in the south of Thailand, announced Governor Maitri Inthusut at a meeting held on 28 May.
In the run up to the World Cup 2014 in Brazil, Khao Lak Wired have been asking around trying to find out where you can watch the games on television in Khao Lak.
The weather in Khao Lak has settled into a predicable daily pattern. After a stormy start to the month, the weather from 21st May to 28th May has been partly cloudy in the mornings with rain storms and sometimes thunder storms in the late afternoon or evenings.
If you are visiting Khao Lak and need an English speaking hairdresser then look no further. Khao Lak Wired would like to introduce Brenda, a professional colour technician and hair stylist with years of experience working in top European Salons.
Chonticha is a Mookrata Restuarant, a Thai style barbeque. Mookrata literally means pork barbeque. Chonticha is immensly popular with locals and tourists alike.
Short walk from Golden Buddha Bay on Koh Prathong brings you to Mr. Chuoi’s comfortable, simple, eco-friendly beach huts and his popular bar and restaurant.
Situated amongst the beach forest of casuarinas, palms, and local flora are 7 bungalows near the southern end of Phra Thong Bay. Horizon Beach Bungalows seems to have kept Phratong’s special ecological status in mind in constructing their bungalows with predominantly locally sourced and renewable natural materials inspired by the traditional Thai way with bamboo, palm, and local woods.
The Vegetarian Festival occurs every year in Thailand, beginning on the eve of the 9th lunar month. A spectacular event, noisy, colourful and shocking.
Pad Krapow is a huge dish in Thailand. It's eaten everywhere. Quick, simple to prepare and bursting with flavour. Pad Krapow is eaten everywhere in Khao Lak