Situated in Bangkok, it is located to the northwest of Kanchanaburi province, near the Sangkhlaburi district. This national park is a paradise for wildlife enthusiasts and was made to honour the 60th anniversary of King Bhumipol Adulyadej on December 5, 1987. The epitome of floral and faunal diversity, Khao Laem National Park is surrounded by deep fertile forests and sunken temples, this national park has a lot to offer. Khao Laem is also famous for its serene houseboat experiences that shouldn’t be missed at all.
Khao Laem National Park is famous for the huge reservoir- Khao Laem lake, that covers the area from Sangkhlaburi district to the northern regions of the park. The national park has beautiful camping spots and floating houseboats on the reservoir for an enchanting stay experience. Khao Laem has Thailand’s longest wooden teak bridge- Uttamanusorn, or ‘Mon bridge’ measured at 850 metres long.
No reviews yet
Located in the northern region of the Kanchanaburi province, the Khao Laem National Park is situated 300-odd km away from the capital city of Bangkok. It is recommended that tourists hire a car and... (Read More)