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Khao Yai National Park

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  • Waterfalls in Khao Yai
    4.5 stars

    Located at the end of the road that cuts east near the campgrounds, The waters of Haew Suwat drop straight off a 20 metre cliff into a large pool ringed by jungle, and although not the park's tallest the falls are breathtaking to behold. The site was made famous by a scene in the Leonardo DiCaprio ... read more

  • Wildlife in Khao Yai
    4.5 stars

    Aside from the superstars -- tigers, leopards, Siamese cobras, reticulated pythons, green tree vipers, and Thailand's largest herd of wild elephants -- Khao Yai is also the stomping grounds of barking deer, a few different species of gibbon, Asiatic black bears, giant porcupines and monitor lizards ... read more

  • Viewpoints in Khao Yai
    4 stars

    In Thai, the term diao dai refers to being alone or solitary, and at 900 metres high, overlooking the highest peaks and pristine jungle of Khao Yai's remote east, the viewpoint is indeed an optimal place to sit and reflect. From the road the park has built an easily accessible, 300 metre long ... read more

  • Hiking and trekking in Khao Yai
    4 stars

    Many of the more frequented waterfalls require a km or two hike on well marked and maintained trails, which are good for getting a taste of jungle hiking without committing to a serious trek. Another good option is the Kong Kaew trail, which starts behind the Visitor Centre and runs about three ... read more


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