Khao Yai National Park

KHAO YAI NATIONAL PARK

Flora, Fauna, and Fun

Khao Yai National Park covers the area of 11 districts from 4 provinces including amphoe Muak Lek and Kang Koi in Saraburi, amphoe Pak Chong and Wang Nam Khiao in Nakhon Ratcha Sima, amphoe Na Dee, Kabin Buri, Prachantakham, and amphoe Muang in Prachinburi, and finally, amphoe Pak Pli, Ban Na, and amphoe Muang in Nakhon Nayok.

As everyone familiar with Khao Yai, it is an unforgettable place to be. It has waterfalls, evergreen forests and grasslands to provide activities such as kayaking, rafting and night-time wildlife spotting. The park is a paradise for nature lovers who come from near and far. It is also a destination for meetings & incentives travelers as Khao Yai features facilities for seminars, workshops, campgrounds, lodges and cabins for large and small groups. Team-building opportunities, rewarding incentives packages and outdoor events are some of the possibilities.

FAST FACTS

REGION

Central and Northeast

HOW TO GET THERE

Just 175 km. from Bangkok, the best way to Khao Yai is by bus from Bangkok's Northern Bus Terminal (Mochit 2) to Pak Chong, then a short shuttle to the park.

ACTIVITIES

Camping, Hiking & Trekking, Wildlife Safari, Bird Watching, Rafting

TOURIST HOTSPOTS

Heo Narok Waterfall, Khao Kiew / Pha Diao Dai, Sarika Waterfall, Nang Rong Waterfall

INTERESTING INFO

There’s a lot to say about Thailand’s most spectacular nature reserve. but The numbers say it all: 3,000 species of plants, 320 species of birds, and 66 species of mammals; Khao Yai was Thailand’s 1st national park, officially protected back in 1962.