Deserted sands, crystal clear waters and lush jungle life; we love Khao Lak for its untouched beauty. With miles and miles of astonishing beaches, it offers hideaway bliss at its best.
Be at one with Mother Nature and take a refreshing dip in the waters beneath the waterfall at Chong Fa, or spend time at nearby Elephant Hills for a few days away from the beach to meet the giants of the animal world. If you’re keen to soak up some culture during your Thailand trip, why not rub shoulders with the locals and practice your bartering skills at the Bang Niang night market?
If you’re visiting Khao Lak after a busy city break, perhaps in nearby Bangkok, its luxury landscapes and stunning vistas are sure to offer the perfect contrast. A holiday in Khao Lak is like being tucked away into your own corner of paradise.
Khao Lak’s dry season (November to February) overlaps with its hot season (March to May). The dry months see pleasant temperatures and little rain, while the hot months experience soaring heat and humidity with occasional showers.
We love jetting off to Khao Lak from November to February, escaping the cold weather at home for sunny skies and calm blue seas. The water is clearer at this time of year too, perfect for scuba diving and snorkelling.
The months of May to October see a mix of sunny days and rain showers. June and July tend to be milder, with heavier downpours in August and September. Khao Lak often experiences afternoon showers with sunny intervals in between.View all hotels in Khao Lak