Peace, serenity, and relaxation are the best word to describe the breathtaking beauty of Khao Lak. The place is ideal for romantic getaways and for all the peace lovers. Lesser tourism and urbanization are the major perks for tourists who are looking for a destination away from hustle and bustle of city or peak season rush of touristy Thai beaches.
Khao Lak is not just a single beach but almost 25 kilometers long stretch of coast. There are different resorts at different beaches and one can choose from sparsely to slightly densely populated regions. Apart from a number of luxurious as well as budget resorts, Khao Lak has a dozen of bars and few souvenir shops as well. The nightlife at Khao Lak is quiet and peaceful with no loud music, clubs or bars. However, fewer bars and clubs have popped up recently, but are nothing as compared to Bangkok and Phuket. But this least touristy place in Thailand is blessed with the thick rainforest which runs for almost 200 km from Phuket to Burmese border at Ranong. So, while on this island one can explore the beauty of Khao Sok National Park. Trekking enthusiasts will have a great time making their way inside and exploring natural flora and fauna of the place. There are also floating raft hotels run by the National Park Department is one of the things every tourist must do in Khao Lak. When in Khao Lak one can feel the isolation and once in a lifetime experience of escaping noisy life.

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