The start of June saw Khao Lak's weather follow its now fairly predicable climate pattern, bright cool mornings and humid afternoons with rain showers. Towards the middle of June a strong south west prevailing monsoon wind blowing over the Andaman Sea brought with it adverse conditions to Khao Lak and much of southern and central Thailand.
Khao Sok National Park and the Cheow Lan Lake (Khao Sok Lake) are two of southern Thailand’s spectacular highlights. Easily accessible from Khao Lak, there are many organised tours to Khao Sok Lake. Increasing in popularity, Khao Sok may no longer be the hidden gem it once was, however it is still possible to visit Khao Sok Lake, avoiding the crowds and getting well off the beaten track.
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.
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