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Thailand is home to numerous national parks, each offering a unique blend of natural beauty, wildlife, and outdoor recreational opportunities. These parks are spread throughout the country and protect diverse ecosystems, from lush tropical rainforests to rugged mountains and pristine coastal areas. Here are descriptions of some of the most notable national parks in Thailand:

  1. Khao Yai National Park:
    • Location: Located in the northeastern region of Thailand, not far from Bangkok.
    • Highlights: As Thailand’s first national park, Khao Yai is known for its dense rainforests, diverse wildlife, and stunning waterfalls. It’s home to various species, including elephants, tigers, gibbons, and a variety of birds. The park offers hiking trails, camping facilities, and picturesque viewpoints.
  2. Doi Inthanon National Park:
    • Location: Situated in northern Thailand near Chiang Mai.
    • Highlights: Doi Inthanon is known for housing Thailand’s highest peak, Doi Inthanon, at over 2,500 meters above sea level. The park features lush montane forests, waterfalls, and a diverse range of flora and fauna. Visitors can explore numerous trails, visit sacred pagodas, and enjoy bird-watching.
  3. Erawan National Park:
    • Location: Located in the Kanchanaburi Province in western Thailand.
    • Highlights: This park is famous for its emerald-green, tiered waterfalls, which resemble the mythical Erawan elephant. Visitors can swim in the crystal-clear pools and hike along the seven tiers of the falls. Erawan National Park also offers hiking trails through the surrounding forests.
  4. Khao Sok National Park:
    • Location: Found in southern Thailand, in Surat Thani province.
    • Highlights: Khao Sok is renowned for its stunning limestone karst formations, pristine lakes, and dense rainforests. It is one of the oldest rainforests in the world, and visitors can explore caves, go on guided boat tours of Cheow Lan Lake, and witness diverse wildlife, including gibbons, hornbills, and elephants.
  5. Mu Ko Ang Thong National Park:
    • Location: Situated in the Gulf of Thailand, near the tourist destination of Koh Samui.
    • Highlights: This marine national park consists of a group of 42 islands, each offering breathtaking landscapes, coral reefs, and clear waters. Activities include snorkeling, scuba diving, kayaking, and hiking to viewpoints for panoramic vistas of the Gulf of Thailand.
  6. Sai Yok National Park:
    • Location: Located in the Kanchanaburi Province, not far from the town of Kanchanaburi.
    • Highlights: This park is known for its natural beauty, waterfalls, and the famous Hellfire Pass, a historic site related to the construction of the Death Railway during World War II. Visitors can hike, explore caves, and learn about the area’s history.

These national parks in Thailand provide a range of outdoor experiences, from wildlife watching to trekking and water activities, making them popular destinations for nature enthusiasts and adventure seekers. When visiting these parks, it’s important to respect the environment, follow park rules, and contribute to their conservation efforts.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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