Lonely Planet review
There are large fan-cooled cabins with two or three rooms at the foot of Toe-Boo Cliff, while at Ao Molae you'll find 10 recently constructed deluxe bungalows. There are also simple longhouse rooms at Ao Pante Malacca, with four mattresses on the floor (you must take a whole room). All rooms have mosquito nets, but bring some repellent as backup. Accommodation can be booked at the park office in Pak Bara, or through the Royal Forest Department in Bangkok.
The accommodation (open mid-November to mid-May) is far more sensitive to the environment than the average Thai resort. Water is rationed, rubbish is (sporadically) transported back to the mainland, lighting is provided by power-saving light bulbs and electricity is available between 18:00 and 07:00 only.