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Thailand's second largest National Park, Khao Yai National Park covers an area of 2,168 square kilometers, of which some 25% is in Nakhon Nayok Province. The remaining areas are in parts of the neighboring provinces of Saraburi, Prachinburi and Nakhon Ratchasima.
Khao Yai was listed as the first National Park in Thailand on September 18, 1962. The highest peak in Khao Yai is Yod Khao Lae...
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Phu Tubberk The highest peak in Phetchabun. Just opened for tourists to explore the area soon. But it can be amazing to those who visit so much that they become one in UNSEEN THAILAND you should not miss visiting. At an elevation of 1,768 meters above sea level Cold temperatures all year on the peak. And cabbage farm The vast eye. Eat at the top of the mountain. Phu Kradueng is considered one... read more
Phu Kha National Park is in a high mountain range in Amphoe Pua, Amphoe Bo Klua and Amphoe Mae Charim in Nan.The apex of Doi Phu Kha is 1,980 meters above sea level.The park has a lovely scenery and various trees and plants in abundance.Furthermore, there are several nice waterfalls and caves such as Ton Tong Waterfall and Pha Khong Cave, ideal for natrue lovers.... read more
The Khlong Lan National Park covers an area of some 300 square kilometres over mountain ranges to the west of the province. The highest peak is about 1,400 metres. Of mainly virgin jungles, it is the source of several streams which flow into the Ping River.
The park headquarters is near the Khlong Lan waterfall about 60 kilometres from town on the route to Khlong Lan district (highway no.1117). At...
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Against a backdrop of high mountain ranges is the Savannah-type grassland of Thung Salaeng Luang. Covering an area of 16 square kilometres, the park is naturally endowed with pine trees and wild flowers which blossom in virgin jungles. The park’s mountain ranges are watersheds of several streams which are a source of the famous Maenam Nan. Its area spreads across Phitsanulok and Phetchabun provi... read more
the roof of Thailand,is located in the Thanon Thong Chai Range, Mae Chaem District, Chiang Mai Province, northern Thailand.It includes Doi Inthanon, the country's highest mountain. Established in 1972, is 482 square kilometres (186 sq mi) in size.There are a number of waterfalls such as the Mae Klang Falls, Wachiratan Falls, Siriphum Falls, and Mae Ya Falls.... read more
Phu Soi Dao National Park is located in both Chat Trakan district of Phitsanulok Province and Nam Pard District of Uttaradit Province. Occupying a total area of 48,962.5 rai of land (equivalent to 58,750 acres), the park stretches along the Thai-Laos border with the highest peak measured at 2,102 meters above sea level. The climate park is cool throughout the year and visitors are able to see seve... read more
Comprising largely jungle with complex mountain ranges, the park contains a great deal of flora and fauna. Its cover by the evergreen forest mountai and jungle thyat surely you will enjoy your visitation on this place. It is a fantastic place to go on vacation. Elephant trekking, trekking on foot, canoeing and jeep safaris are all possible activities, which will give you the experience of a l... read more
This flows directly into the Kwai Noi River, and is the most popular attraction in the 300 sq.kms of Sai Yok National Park. Its idyllic beauty has been repeatedly celebratged in Thai poetry and song. Wildlife in Sai Yok's deciduous forests include small mammals such as bats, squirrels and deer, and numerous bird species, including wreathed hornbills and blue-winged pittas. The waterfall is 104 kms... read more

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