Overlooking the rainforest of the National Park, Khao Sok Riverside Cottages is the perfect place to explore, swim, and relax into nature. Our resort is located a few kilometers east of the Park Headquarters, pleasantly apart from the noise of Khao Sok’s town center.

Our comfortable wooden cottages are nestled between forest trees and tropical gardens, across the river from the ancient jungles of Khao Sok National Park – Thailand’s oldest and most diverse ecosystem, where elephants still roam free.

Riverside Cottages is less than 3 hours travel from Phuket, Krabi, or Koh Samui. We’ll pick you up for free at the local bus stop, and can also send a private car.

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What makes Khao Sok Riverside Cottages unique?

We’re a family-owned resort, and our English-speaking staff will show you genuine Thai hospitality from your first email to the time you depart from our hotel . Your accommodation will be clean, and your food delicious, so you can explore Khao Sok National Park from a comfortable base.

Responsible tourism – we love Khao Sok, and we have 10 years of experience in giving back to the community and environment by building schools, training guides, and teaching children.

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What to do in Khao Sok?

This part of Thailand is a natural paradise, and we love to share our favorite jungle hiking trails, wildlife safaris, elephant experiences, canoe trips, and floating bungalows with you. You can book one of our Khao Sok tours ahead of time, or you can choose your activities upon arrival at the hotel.

You can spend half of your day hiking in the National Park, return to Khao Sok Riverside Cottages to swim and enjoy a delicious lunch, and end your day at the rejuvenating hot springs.

Many visitors choose to spend a day or overnight at the Khao Sok or Cheow Lan Lake where longtail boats will take you into the lake, surrounded by majestic cliffs covered in lush greenery. Keep a lookout for leaf monkeys, Lar gibbons, as well as blue-eared Kingfishers and the Asian fairy bluebird.