Samanea Resort in Khao Yai National Park provides 15 bungalows a restaurant and swimming pool.
The resort is located on a hilltop with a breathtaking panoramic view of the park,
the nearby Thai villages and small farms and with its design and shape,
it adapts itself perfectly into this beautiful landscape.
Beside adventurous trips to the national park, you can relax on the large terrace of your bungalow in our tropical garden or explore the surrounding small villages and temples on foot or by bicycle.
Living in Harmony with Nature
Samanea Resort is designed as a traditional Thai Village and harmonizes with the surroundings not only because of the shape of the buildings but also by the use of the selected natural materials.
Inside, the bungalows provide modern and spacious rooms. Large glass fronts on two sides open the Bungalows up to the surrounding nature. A large outdoor area allows relaxing privately in the tropical garden which provides the feeling of a tropical residence in harmony with the nature.
Deluxe Bungalow (size: 48 sq.m.)
All Deluxe bungalows are set in a lush tropical garden with great views of the surroundings and large private terrace. The spacious rooms offer an exceptional design and modern layout with walk-in closet but are designed in a traditional Thai stile to fit well into the world heritage landscape.
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Apart from our daily changing menus, our restaurant also offers a variety of traditional Thai and European foods. All dishes are prepared from fresh ingredients, partly from our own cultivation and partly from the surrounding farms and gardens.
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|Samanea Resort is located in Khao Yai National Park, The Khao Yai National Park is located approximately 160km north of Bangkok.
Per car or transfer the park and the resort can be reached in just under 2 hours.
The drive leads first from Bangkok north over the highway No. 1 to Saraburi.
Then past highway No.2 towards Nakhon Rachasima. Near the town of Pak Chong you will find the Exit to Khao Yai.
From here the Highway No. 2090 leads directly to the park.
By Bus or Train
Busses leave Bangkok from the northern Bus terminal at Mochit every 30 Minutes to Pak Chong and Nakhon Rachasima. Several trains of the northeastern line leave Hua Lampong Train Station on Rama 4 Road in Bangkok every day and travel north past Bang Pa In and Saraburi on a scenic route to Pak Chong. From the Train and Bus station in Pak Chong you can take a Song Teow Taxi to the park and the resort. We also provide a transfer Service from Pak Chong to the resort.