Ao Thong Bungalows stand in the shade of coco palms and casuarinas pines only a stone’s throw from the powdery sand and turquoise waters of Khao Lak’s beloved White Sandy Beach. Lush, well tended gardens surround each bungalow adding to the privacy of your time spent on the balcony or chaise lounge in the shade.
Khao Lak is ideally located just one hour north of Phuket Island. For a beachside destination in southern Thailand it is by far one of the most easily accessible. There is no conflicting information like 'many roads lead to Khao Lak'. Only one road leads to Khao Lak, Highway 4 which runs from Bangkok in central Thailand all the way to the Malay boarder in the south. The ease in which you can reach Khao Lak, as well as being the gateway to the famous Similan Islands, is adding to the small town's popularity as a tourist destination.
There is no doubt about Thailand's ever increasing popularity as one of the world's best tropical holiday destinations. Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Pattaya, Koh Samui, Phuket and Krabi have seen development on a massive scale in recent years to cater for the increasing influx of visitors to the country. For those wishing to escape the crowds, Khao Lak has always been a great alternative. As the town's reputation grows many ask, "where is Khao Lak?"
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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