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Reviewed 16 July 2016 via mobile

Very nice resort with good rooms and beautiful gardens that enhance the natural surroundings. Rooms are nicely positioned so the whole space does not look overcrowded, there are single bungalows twin bungalows and also family sized suites. Staff are nice and friendly. I would stay here again, good breakfast too.

Date of stay: July 2016
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
1  Thank K796QEmarkt
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Reviewed 13 January 2015

Kong Garden situated within a driving distance to Khao Yai, but far enough from crowd to feel private. If what you're after is a rustic and authentic local experience, Kong Garden is for you.

We chose a cabin unit surrounded with lush gardens all around; very private. The staff is helpful and courteous. They also grow and serve their own organic vegetable and fruits. Kong Garden is also one of the few resorts in the area that has kid playground. All in all, a very nice place for a very nice price

Date of stay: December 2014
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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1  Thank Rattapoom
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Reviewed 5 January 2015

Stayed here for three nights. Location is a bit far from Khao Yai around 20 km. Service for very good. Even met the owner, very nice guy. Buffet Breakfast was perfect. In room wifi needs improvement, was not reliable. All in all would definitely stay here again.

Date of stay: January 2015
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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3  Thank ricky1905
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Reviewed 14 November 2014

Kong Garden is a delightful little resort, with various cabins or chalets -in varying styles around immaculate gardens on a hill-side- serving as accomodation. I stayed in a very comfortable en-suite room of a 2-room chalet, with good air-con and also wi-fi. Only the lack of hand soap was an ommission, but the shower gel sufficed.The staff was very helpful, so I'm sure they would have provided some had I asked. The gardens are pretty and peaceful, allowing for a relaxed environment away from BKK. The dining was in a larger building at the bottom of the hill, with with delicious local cuisine for lunch and a hearty western-style breakfast. The resort seems well-connected to local activities like cycling and ATV trips and offer cycles itself. The trendy and rapidly-expanding Khao Yai area offers many restaurants, activities and even some vinyards, so there is some occasional road-noise at the bottom of the resort near the restaurant. It is very good value in a surprisingly pricey area and I recommend it to anyone visiting the area.

Room tip: Rooms further up the hill are more secluded.
Date of stay: November 2014
  • Trip type: Travelled solo
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1  Thank Occasional-Jetsetter
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Reviewed 2 May 2013

For 700THBT/$25AUD including breakfast, who can complain when staying in resort style accommodation. No pool that we could see see unless you were game to swim in large dam that Resturant sits over. Lovely walk around grounds. Staff seem only too willing to help but their lack of understanding English can be difficult. Van can take you the 15-20mins to town.
We were luck enough (some might say not) to be inside when a big storm came across, bring small hail, wind & some badly needed rain for about 30 mins. Power was only lost for about an hour. Unfortunately rain had come inside rooms, reception areas, staff were all busy cleaning up as soon as they could.
Haven't sampled the breakfast yet, but sure it will be adequate considering the cost we have paid. Told this is low season so good prices. Would pay up to 2000THBT & think it would still be good deal.
Also have reasonable priced day spa.
No problems with our room or wifi, had it going whole time apart from during blackout. Our dividing wall in bathroom was a high wall. Lacks in some of the provided amenities eg no soap. TV not very good, but who wants to watch TV when on holidays.
We find Thais have lots of smaller meals with lots of salads/veges/rice etc so we adapt to their way of eating when in their country, after all that's what you go to another country for is to experience their culture.
Went to night markets & pretty much had a 3 course meal with alcoholic beverages for around $11AUD, pretty darn good in our book. Have eaten at all class of Resturants/street vendors in Thailand & found some of the best food in Chiang Rai.

Date of stay: May 2013
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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5  Thank ShayeM634
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