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A UNESCO World Heritage site, Khao Yai is Thailand's oldest and most visited park established in 1962. It covers more than 2,100 square kilometers. The park boasts a lush green landscape, rugged mountains with thick forests, marvellous waterfalls, exotic species of birds and animals.
Spreading across four provinces namely Saraburi, Nakhon Nayok, Nakhon Ratchasima and Prachinburi, Khao Yai National Park is the thrid largest park of Thailand. The highest peak, Khao Rom, is 1,351 meters above sea level. It is mainly known for it's evergreen rainforest, scenic waterfalls, and the beautiful flora and fauna. Wildlife like elephants, tigers, leapords, bears, gibbons, etc are found here. There are 392 different species of birds too. Travellers from all over the world come here for hiking.
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The Khao Yai National park is not only all nature, but also culture and a country feeling.
You can travel by road to any of the four provinces from Bangkok. A drive from Bangkok to Pak Chong is most reccomended. From Pak Chong to the park, there are songthaew, taxi and motorbike services... (Read More)