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Thailand National Parks

Blessed with so much diverse natural beauty, fauna and flora, it is only to be expected that National Parks in Thailand are plentiful and a huge attraction. We have listed and given a brief overview of the most parks in areas like Chaing Mai, Krabi and Phuket. If you are heading in any of these popular Thailand destinations, we trust the abbreviated information below will help you plan your sightseeing itenary and make the most of each moment.

Erawan National Park - Kanchanaburi Province
Erawan National Park Kanchanaburi Province Kanchanaburi is located approximately 2 hours to the west of Bangkok and also include attractions like The Bridge over the River Kwai and tiger temple. The area is famous for it's natural beauty and The Erawan Park is top of the list. One of it's most beautiful sights is a 7-tiered waterfall. In fact it is one of the most popular natural attractions in the country. Plan a visit here during the rainy season from July to October to see the falls at their strongest.
 
Khao Yai National Park - Nakhon Ratchasima
Khao Yai National Park Thailand

This park is located Khorat (central Thailand) and one of the biggest in the country. It features a selection of trails to hike ranging from several days to an hour or three. Several waterfalls and streams will be found along the way.

 
Dio Inthanon National Park - Chiang Mai
Doi Inthanon National Park in Chiang Mai

Doi Inthanon is located in Chiang Mai and include the Dio Inthanon Mountain which has the highest peak in Thailand at 2 565 meters. The picture you see here is a chedi located inside landscaped gardens next to a temple which is build on the mountain slope approximetly two kilometers down from the highest point.

 
Huai Nam Dang National Park - Chiang Mai
Hua Nam Dang National Park Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai is famous for its forest covered mountains, tranquil nature and as a result also for many national parks. His Majesty The King initiated the creation of this park to stop encroachment and threat to the areas fauna and flora. If you are in Chiang Mai and beautiful nature is what you are after, do not miss this one.

 
Doi Suthep-Pui National Park - Chiang Mai
Doi Suthep-Pui Natonal Park in Chiang Mai

You can visit this park by organized tour or even rent a car and visit at your own time and lesire. The Doi Suthep mountain also feature a bueatiful temple right at the top of the mountain's highest peak which is a big attractions for Thais and foreigners alike.

 
Ob Luang National Park - Chiang Mai
Ob Luang National Park Chiang Mai Thailand

With the Mae Chaem River flowing through a gorge in the park it is also called the Grand Canyon of Thailand. It is only an hour' drive outside Chiang Mai City and a great day trip destination while visiting this region of the country.

 
Sri Lanna National Park - Chiang Mai
Sri Lanna National Park Mae Ngat Dam Chiang Mai

Valleys, mountians and waterfalls is what awaits you in this 6th largest national park. Located approximately 55 kilometers from Chiang Mai City the park is home to no less than three large forests.

 
Khao Sok National Park - Phuket
Khao Sok National Park Phuket Thailand

Khao Sok has to be one of the most beautiful in Thailand. The best of all is that it is within an easy drive from Phuket. It's pristine moist evergreen forests abound with wildlife and fascinating plants is an awe inspiring sight. Accommodation is available in the park in the form of bamboo huts built on the water. Amazing!

 
Khao Phanom Bencha Park - Krabi
Khao Phanom Bencha National Park - Krabi Province

Khao Phanom Bencha covers some 50 square kilometers and is located in the province of Krabi, just a few kilometers from Krabi Town. The mist covered park is home to a host of wildlife and pristine rain forest vegetation.

 
Thanboke Khoranee National Park - Krabi
Thanbok Khoranee National Park Krabi Province

Another beatiful area located in Krabi famous for its natural beauty.

 

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