Baan Subsilathong Resort (บ้านทรัพย์ศิลาทอง)
This is a beautiful resort built into a hillside, with 25 rooms ranging from doubles to dorm style rooms with multiple beds. Rooms are THB 1,500 for the first 2 occupants and THB 500 per additional occupant, including breakfast.
The name of the resort is written in Thai, and it has no English website or English documentation. Here is a link to the resort’s Facebook page in Thai language. The rooms only have soap, so bring your own shampoo and/or conditioner.
Since the resort only has 25 rooms, reserve early. To reserve a room, email the Co-Hare Peter ‘Creamy Ending’ du Pont.
Backup Resort: Moonstar Resort
Moonstar is a pleasant and comfortable resort about 2 blocks (300 meters) from the main resort. It has 10 rooms with king and twin beds and a nice view over the valley around Lam Takong Reservoir. Rooms are THB 1,500, including breakfast.
Tel: (English speaker): 063 532 6429
Tel (Thai speaker): 082 264 9322Resort Website
Phone number: +66 86 331 9263 (Thai language only, NOT for reservations, which are done through the Hares)
Rooms are 1,500 baht per night including breakfast.
When you reserve your room at the main resort, you will be directed to a Hare e-mail address. The Hares are selecting your room for the resort. Payment will be due upon check-in, there is no need to pre-pay. If you did make a reservation, please make every effort to attend the hash, if you need to cancel, please notify the Hares as soon as possible so we can sell your room to another hasher.
If you would like to book at the Back up or Moonstar Resort, please contact them directly.
Tel: (English speaker): 063 532 6429 (ask for Junior)
Tel (Thai speaker): 082 264 9322
Saturday Night Dinner Buffet
The dinner buffet on Friday night will be at the main resort and will have vegetarian options. The cost is THB 300 per head.
Those staying at the main resort can pay for their buffet when they book their rooms.
Those staying at one of the backup resorts can pay for the buffet when they arrive, but should email Creamy Ending so we have an approximate head count
Booking instructions have not been made available yet.
Harold 'Big Dipper' H, Peter 'Creamy Ending' D, Tom 'Mother Trucker' I, and Steve 'Cacafonix' C
Beautiful with a bit of uphill and alot of downhill.
Merge onto Route 1 north toward Saraburi and then go east onto Route 2 at Saraburi. We recommend taking the bypass around Saraburi (Route 362) and then merge onto Route 2 toward Khorat (Nakhon Ratchasima).
Follow Highway 2 through Pakchong. About 30 mins after Pakchong, you will see wind turbines in the distance on a large mountain on the right side (Khao Yai Tiang).
There will be major elevated road construction. The construction goes for several km. While you are under the elevated construction, Google Maps may direct you to make a U turn and then head up the hill toward the resort. This is a back way on a narrow road, which is harder to drive, and only saves a couple of minutes. We recommend you NOT take this turn. Instead, continue on the main highway (Route 2). About 2 km after the overhead road veers away from Route 2, take a U-turn near the top of a hill after km marker 89.
After you take the U turn, drive back (toward Bangkok) on Route 2, for about 3 km, and take a left at a small intersection immediately after passing under a pedestrian bridge (see photos below). As you drive up the hill you will catch sight of windmills above the treetops in front of you. And you will also see a very tall blue sign with directions to many different resorts and sites on Khao Yai Tiang.
Take a look at the photo album for extra information, ensuring you won't miss a turn
Drive up the road about 5 km, and you will see the resort on your left.
Google Maps directions may deviate from the Hares misdirections due to traffic, construction areas, ...