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.
National Parks (list):
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The Erawan National Park is located in Amphoe Si Sawat, Kanchanaburi province. It is a beautiful forest park surrounded by beautiful.... Read more
About 190 km. from Kanchanaburi on Highway 323 (Thong Pha Phum-Sangkhla Burl)... Read more
This is the most extensive national park of Thailand occupying an area of 2,915 square kilometers..... Read more
Has an area of about 2,168 square kilometers in the Phanom Dong Rak mountain range.... Read more
Is Thailand’s highest mountain 2,599 meters above sea level. Doi Ithanon is a part of the Himalayas which ranges across ...Read more
It was announced on 23 December, 1981, to be a national park with an area of 953.500 rai... Read more
Also known as Khao Phang Waterfall, 60 kilometres from town via Highway No. 323. this roadside cascade is best visited.... Read more
Hat Wanakon National Park, Prachuap Khiri Khan, West Thailand
Hat Wanakorn National Park is a famous beach in Amphoe Tubsakae, Prachuap Khiri Khan Province. The park covers a total area... Read more
The main attractions in the park include Namtok Mae Yai which can be reached by car and Namtok Sip Ed Chan (eleven-tiered waterfall)... read more
Kui Buri National Park is located next to one of the largest national parks of the country, Kaeng Krachan...
Huay Yang waterfall was designated in 1991 as the 70th national park of Thailand, with total area of 161 km2... Read more
The park office is situated 46 kilometers from town or 1 kilometer from Ao Luek Market... read more
This national park is located in Han Lan Sang, Tambon Mae Tho, around 20 km away from Tak town. Being declared … read more
Situated at the very spot where Phitsanulok, Phetchabun and Loei provinces meet, covering an area … Read more
Covering an area of 264 square kilometers (165,250 rai), King Taksin the Great National Park encompasses … Read more
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About 17 km. from town on Highway 1095 (Mae Hong Son – Pai Road) the park is a pleasant area of streams and woodland... read more
Covers 4 districts: Muaeng, Kaeng Khoi, Nong Khae and Wihan Daeng and occupies an area of 44 square kilometers..... read more