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Khao Yai National Park (Thailand)


Nestled in the heart of Thailand, Khao Yai National Park presents itself as a haven of peace for nature and adventure lovers. Established in 1962, it is the oldest and largest national park in the country, home to exceptional biodiversity and breathtaking scenery.

Khao Yai National Park

The park is home to a multitude of animal species, including wild elephants, gibbons, tigers and exotic birds. The park's lush flora, made up of tropical forests and green meadows, also offers a breathtaking spectacle. Visitors can observe these majestic creatures in their natural habitat on jeep safaris or hiking tours, as the park offers a network of 5 well-maintained hiking trails, crossing varied landscapes and leading to scenic vantage points. Thrill-seekers can also indulge in rock climbing, rafting and mountain biking.
Good to know
  • Admission fee: 400 B
  • The site has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site (as part of the Dong Phayayen–Khao Yai Forest).
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