I would be interested for February, however i do not swim. My main reason is to come and feel the nature, water and take lots of pictures.
How much does it cost?
Swimming is definitely NOT a necessity. There are many, many options to swim - but they are just that optional. You can get amongst nature if you stay in a Jungle House (ie: tree hut up in the trees) ... there is a swimming hole nearby in a river. But it is here that you base yourself, enjoy the jungle, do jungle treks if you wish, ride elephants, relax in a hammock, enjoy home-cooked meals, go on a canoeing adventure (guided) option to swim if you want otherwise sit back, relax and take pictures. AND THEN you can also be transported to and stay on a floating lake house / hut and go on more jungle treks (different to above), kayaking trips, hang out at your hut and relax dangling your feet in the super warm lake etc etc ... cost is found on their website or contacting them direct so they can price catering to your needs. I have heaps of photos myself on Facebook. See Picking Our Place Album: Singapore and Thailand. I hope this helps.
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