The Emerald Pool and the Blue Lagoon are part of the Khao Phra Bang Khram Nature Reserve, and their waters come from thermal hot springs that are deep underground . As such , the whole area becomes a hotbed from all over south eastern Thailand , and this leads to a lot of cramped conditions , where your enjoyment of the pools will be curtailed by the sheer number of people sharing the space with you .
This Emerald Pool in Krabi province is one of our top suggestions for things you should do in Krabi, Thailand and the number one recommendation for enjoying the underground natural springs that flourish in Krabi province. Emerald Pool or pond is not a hot spring, but it is cool water that is just heavenly to swim in. The water is replenished by natural streams running into the pool from freshwater sources on the limestone hill above .
200 baht fee into the Emerald pool , The price for children and Thai nationals is less . From the entrance you have two choices, the long walk or the short walk to the pools. The long walk is 1,400m along a raised concrete path that has been built through the rain forest, it’s a very pretty walk past ponds and streams. The short route is 800m along a dirty track. I recommend taking the long route in and the short route out .
Please be careful when you are walking on the edges of the pool. It is very slippery because of high calcium carbonate deposits . Please be careful when you are walking on the edges of the pool. It is very slippery because of high calcium carbonate deposits .
Emerald Pool or “Sra Morakot” in Thai language is a national park under “Khao Phra Bang Khram Nature Reserve”. Hidden in lush green rainforest , this natural pool is approximately 23 meters wide and 1-2 meters deep . Emerald Pool is also known as “Crystal Pool” . Emerald Pool is a nice place for swimming and relaxing, especially in the morning when the crowd is lesser .
Besides Emerald Pool , there are other smaller pools around the area worth exploring . Another 400 meters walk from Emerald Pool will bring you to Blue Pool . This is a beautiful pool with deep aquamarine-blue water , but is not suitable for swimming . 1,400 meters hike from Emerald Pool is a 200 meters-deep pool named “Sra Gaew Pool” . The Blue Pool will be closed to visitors during May until October . After that it will be open during Nov untill April . The closure coincides with the breeding season of the rare Gurney's Pitta bird .
Opening hour and entrance fee :
Emerald Pool is open daily from 7.30 am to 5.30 pm. Entrance fee is THB200 per person for tourists (THB20 for locals), and THB20 for parking .
3 day 2 night Koh Lipe 1th-3th april 2014 Langkawi Telaga habour,From there getting speed boat to Koh Lipe... But don't know why there was a changes at telaga harbour on the day we departing... The troubles going on is we need to tranfer from telaga harbour to Kuah Jetty by bus that been provided,it takes around 45 minutes to reach the Kuah jetty we are here at 1p.m and the immigration will open at 2p.m,we went into jetty mall for a walk while waitting the immigration to open , something that we couldn't miss is the duty free shop in the mall we get tons of cigaeatte and beers...haha Heng!!...At here I wanted to complain about the speedboat,I booked online line previous one month @ www.bundhayaspeedboat.com for speedboat ticket price At RM250 two way...But My friend bought the ticket on that day at jetty was Rm240 and there some booth that giving diferent price..my friend ticket pattern was different with me,so I thought we boarding differen
#CNY Day 5 (Horse Year 2014) After me and my cousins had our breakfast at 忠记兵如港口大树头炸料粉 we continue our day trip to Kwan Yin Tong Cave Temple,just a 15 minute drive from there.... I had a visit before this Kwan Yin Tong Cave Temple(观音洞) ,Ipoh ,and this was my second visit.. After spending sometimes in kwan yin tong environments then we dicide to enter the 3D Wallpainting that been open since 23/01/2014...that means few day back before chinese new year 2014...it was a good opportunity for everybody that visit Ipoh during this chinese new year and their earns alot...hehe,it's was full house for few days. Ticket Price : Adult = RM15 (Above 12 Years Old) Children = RM10 (Below 12 Years Old) View Larger Map
Too sad,it's last day day for us... regret to have 3 day 2 night,suppose to get 5 day 4 night... no chance and time to explore our own beautiful pataya beach...huhu Last day at Koh Lipe ,we eat alot on our breakfast.. Done our meal and preparing for check out ar 10a.m Be punctual to be there at 10a.m ,if not you gonna get yell from the old lady receptionist at the Bundhaya counter... Last Scene on Koh Lipe for me :) ...BYE BYE Koh LiPE!@! Definitely Will Come again for 4 day 3 night to explore what i miss in this trip... Check this related Link For Full Story : Koh Lipe , Thailand (DAY 1) Koh Lipe , Thailand (DAY 2)
A splashing and exciting getaway, the FELDA Residence Hot Springs is nestled in the serene and lush forest patches, surrounded by hills and clear cold mountain streams and rivers. All 6.5 hectares enjoy the scenic view of well-tended oil palm plantation and durian orchard amidst a haven of tranquility. Its unique concept of a specially designed free flowing Hot Springs Swimming Pool and Therapeutic Park at the foothill of the Titiwangsa Range 200 feet above sea level is indeed creatively engineered to attract visitors who appreciate the wonders of nature. If you are looking for a short getaway trip from the hustle and bustle of KL city, why not take an hour and a half drive to get steamy (literally) in some natural hot spring. Situated a few hundred kilometers North of KL, this a perfect place for you to spend your weekends in. You can make it a day trip or spend a night there. This is the biggest hot spring pool amongst the all. It get its source of heat from the underground.
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