Archive for the tag 'national parks'

Aug 23 2012

Pha Taem National Park, Ubon Ratchathani

Published by under Ubon Ratchathani

Sunset near Khong Chiam

Pha Taem National Park is certainly not one of Thailand’s best known parks, but this small park in Ubon Ratchatani’s Khong Chiam district packs a lot into its 340 square kilometres and is well worth a visit if you happen to be in these parts. The park consists of a rocky plateau gently rising from … read the full post

May 17 2012

How to do Khao Sok national park independently

Published by under Phang Nga

As part of Thailand’s largest contiguous wildlife preserve, the ancient jungles and emerald waters of Khao Sok National Park should be far more than an after-thought while on a Thai island holiday. Khao Sok is a must for nature-loving travellers to south Thailand, but given the sparse info available online (stay tuned for fresh Travelfish.org … read the full post

Mar 09 2012

Ranong’s Ngao National Park

Published by under Ranong

When most people think of Thailand they think beaches, nightlife, spicy food, and historic temples. One of the pleasant surprises after arriving, however, are the country’s numerous national parks. From the mountains of the north to the islands in the deep south, every corner of the country has a national park or two, and with … read the full post

Dec 14 2011

December getaways: Bangkok to Kanchanaburi

Tis the season to be jolly, or if you are in Thailand, hang out by the beaches, trek alongside elephants, or stand under a waterfall. Thailand, a Buddhist country, may not have a traditional white Christmas, but there are plenty of easy-to-get-to getaways just outside of Bangkok for fun in the sand. If you’re looking … read the full post