Have a virtual glance on the assets of Thai national parks, sanctuaries and lakes. Get informed what they have to offer.
Ao Phang Nga National Park
Ao Phang Nga is a place not to be missed. Idyllic coastlines, strange structures jutting out of seawater, frothy waterfalls, mysterious caves and abundant marine life exert an irresristible pull on the tourists. It is also an ideal destination for the bird lovers, for they can watch several rare bird species here.
Thailand's largest freshwater lake, Bung Poraphet is home of 44 species of marine plant life and 162 species of bird. Rare Princess Sirindhorn bird has brought the name of Bung Boraphet on the lips of every bird lover. A sanctuary is located at the southern part of the lake.
Chaloem Rattanakosin National Park
Watching wild creatures in their natural home is definitely something which gives immense joy to the wildlife lovers. And when there are bubbling waterfalls and cool plesant cave to explore, the joy become manifold.
Erawan National Park
Matchless Erawan Waterfalls, counted among the most fantastic falls in Asia, are the foremost attraction of the National Park. More beautiful falls, very nice spots for picnicking and making fun, accompany it. There are huge caves, decorated with strange limestone formations. And not to mention, the National Park is teeming with wildlife.
Hat Thai Muang National Park
Hat Thai Muang National Park in Phang Nga is known for it's 13 km Thai Muang beach, the breeding ground of sea turtles, specially two rare one. Khao Lumpi Waterfall makes a pool of cold clear water, providing a pleasant swim. Want more! The Park provides jungle and marine life collectively.
Huai Kha Khaeng-Thung Yai Naresuan Wildlife Sanctuary
Designated by UNESCO as a World Natural Heritage Site, this is the largest continuous stretch of wildlife in South-East Asia. Known for rich natural diversity, the sanctuary consists of virgin forests, sprawling praries, ebullient streams, and lively tribal life. The place is also one of the last natural homes of the tiger.
Kaeng Krachan National Park
Largest wildlife sanctuary in Thailand provides an experience one never forgets. The animals roam freely in the vast landscape, studded with lovely waterfalls, mysterious caves and seething hot springs. Incredible diversity of the Park, both in vegetation and the wildlife, astounds the visitors.
Khao Lak Lamru National Park
One more jewel in the crown of Phang Nga, Khao Lak Lamru National Park is a verdant landscape studded with some lovely waterfalls. The Park also includes some nice beaches, tailor-made for those who want to pass their time in seclusion.
Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park
Considered as one of the most charming wildlife habitats in Thailand, the National Park is a haven for the bird lovers hosting more than 300 bird species. Some interesting land animals and water creatures like dolphin are ancillary pluses. The amazing variety in vegetation and difficult terrain add features like thrill and adventure to the Park.
Khao Yai National Park
Counted among the best national parks in the world, Khao Yai National Park is known for it's eye-popping diversity. A Park of superlative natural beauty teeming with wildlife, Khao Yai also deserves to be visited as Thailand's oldest and second biggest national park. The Park was enlisted as an ASEAN heritage site in 1982.
Mae Wong National Park
Prime destination for the nature lovers, Mae Wong National Park holds it's own place among Thailand Parks. Home of a great number of birds and animals, the Park also offers many other attractions like limestone caves, waterfalls and vantage points. Trekkers find the Park very suitable for their hobby.
Mu Ko Ang Thong Marine National Park
This archipelago in the gulf of Thailand seems exclusively designed for the admirers of natural beauty. Few islands within the Park are known for their impressive coral reefs and beautiful beaches. Home of several land and aquatic creatures, the Park also charming natural vistas and activities like boating, sailing, snorkelling and kayaking.
Phu Hin Rongkla National Park
Known for providing unusual natural sceneries, Phu Hin Rongkla National Park also holds some beautiful waterfalls. The Park has been the historical battleground of the conflicts of political and ideological strife. Today it holds the ruins of the Office of State Power, the Political and Military School, the Hospital and the Water Wheel.
Phu Kradung National Park
Phu Kradung National Park has earned the tag 'wonderland of rolling hills' for amazing natural sights it provides from dawn to dusk. Pha Nok Aen cliff is praised worldwide for it's superb view of sunrise, while Pha Lom Sak is known for it's fabulous sunset. Studded with some charming waterfalls, the Park is also praised for incredible variety of flowers.
Ramkamhaeng National Park
Located around 36 km from Sukhothai, Ramkamhaeng National Park is home of different species of animal lime and plants. Natural attractions like waterfalls as well as archaeological and historical sites also impress people. The oldest Park in Thailand has never ceased to attract people.
Sai Yok National Park
Sai Yok National Park has astounding variety to fascinate the visitors. Khun Kitti Bat, the tiniest mammal in the world, is found only in Sai Yok Park, which is also home of most sought-after animals like tiger and barking deer. There are also a number of bird species as well as lovely waterfalls.
Si Satchanalai National Park
A place of lovely natural beauty, Si Satchanali National Park also hosts historical sites of importance, and is also known as Si Satchanalai National Park. Sitting with 300 acres of greenery, flowers and wildlife, the Park offers attractions like Tad Dao Waterfall, Kang Kao cave and Pong Nam Dean.
Thung Salaeng Luang National Park
Home of mammals like tiger and elephant, Thung Salaeng Luang National Park also provides shelter to many other animal species. More than 190 bird species can also be found here. Needless to say, the Park is a favourite among wildlife and bird lovers.
Thung Yai Naresuan National Park
Thung Yai Naresuan National Park is made by nature for the admirers of natural beauty and trekking. Never-ending forests on undulating hills, and plenty of wildlife are the characteristics of the Park.