National parks in Thailand are areas that contain natural resource of ecological importance or unique beauty such as beautiful scenery, caves, waterfall and mountains, or flora and fauna of special importance.
National Parks of Thailand offer the visitors tremendous variety of attractions, in addition, they consists of economically, ecologically and scientifically valuable plants and animals.
Most of Thailand National Parks are blessed with natural beauty and historical importance. The landscape, geology and natural beauty of the parks were recognized by visitor, both locally and internationally.
These protected areas also are excellent places for education and recreation. Currently Thailand has 102 national parks, 100 wildlife and non-hunting sanctuaries and 65 forest parks, which together make up a full 13 percent of the country area.
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