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Khao Yai National Park

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  • How to do Khao Yai National Park
    3.5 stars

    For nature lovers, UNESCO-listed Khao Yai national park is one of Asia's best ... read more

  • Waterfalls in Khao Yai
    4.5 stars

    For many, Khao Yai's waterfalls are the park's highlights. There are a total of 44 throughout the park, the most famous and impressive of which are Haew Suwat and Haew Narok. Located at the end of the road that cuts east near the campgrounds, The waters of Haew Suwat drop straight off a 20 metre ... read more

  • Wildlife in Khao Yai
    4.5 stars

    Khao Yai is Thailand's largest protected area where animals are still free to roam, including two dozen species that are considered vulnerable, endangered or critically endangered. Aside from the superstars -- tigers, leopards, Siamese cobras, reticulated pythons, green tree vipers, and Thailand's ... read more

  • Viewpoints in Khao Yai
    4 stars

    While there are a handful of viewpoints along the main roads, by far the park's best - Pha Diao Dai - is located down a trail off a side road towards the south and further east section of the park. In Thai, the term diao dai refers to being alone or solitary, and at 900 metres high, overlooking ... read more

  • Hiking and trekking in Khao Yai
    4 stars

    There are several hiking and trekking trails in Khao Yai for all experience levels. 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 ... read more

  • The Khao Yai farm and wine trail
    3.5 stars

    It’s not quite up there with Tuscany, Bordeaux or Napa, but Thailand’s Khao Yai wine region (aka “Asoke Valley”) in the cool air of Muak Lek near Khao Yai national park offers some refined varietals from a handful of vineyards peppered among family farms, ... read more

  • A drive from Khao Yai to Wang Nam Kiew
    3.5 stars

    When seeking mountains in Thailand, most automatically head for distant northern destinations like Chiang Rai and Pai, but many are unaware of just how stunning the Khao Yai mountains northeast of Bangkok actually are. ... read more

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