National Parks in Thailand

Information about popular National parks in Thailand.

Mu Ko Lanta National Park

[et_pb_ds_breadcrumbs _builder_version="4.4.2"][/et_pb_ds_breadcrumbs]Mu Ko Lanta National Park was established in 1990 as a marine park, situated in southern part of Krabi Province. The biggest islands in the park are Ko Lanta Noi and Ko Lanta Yai. The park is...

Si Phang-nga National Park

[et_pb_ds_breadcrumbs _builder_version="4.4.2"][/et_pb_ds_breadcrumbs]The Sri Phang-Nga National Park covers an area of 240 square kilometres Most of the Park is fine virgin evergreen forest, There are numerous hills, streams, waterfalls, and a few outcrops of...

Bang Pae Waterfall

[et_pb_ds_breadcrumbs _builder_version="4.4.2"][/et_pb_ds_breadcrumbs]Bang Pae Waterfall is a part of Khao Phra Thaeo national park in Thalang, north of Phuket Town, In the rainy season this 10-metre high waterfall is quite precipitous but if you visit from December...

Similan Islands National Park

[et_pb_ds_breadcrumbs _builder_version="4.4.2"][/et_pb_ds_breadcrumbs]The Similan Islands is a group of 9 islands in the Andaman Sea. lying from the noth to south The main islands that are tourist attractions are Koh Miang (Island No.4), Koh Payu (Island No.7), Koh...
Mu Ko Surin National Park

Mu Ko Surin National Park

[et_pb_ds_breadcrumbs _builder_version="4.4.2"][/et_pb_ds_breadcrumbs]The park is covering an area of 141 km² of which 76% is sea. The islands are popular destination for divers from all around the world for it’s various coral reef life and white beaches. The main...

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Krabi Hot Springs

Krabi Hot Springs

[et_pb_ds_breadcrumbs _builder_version="4.4.2"][/et_pb_ds_breadcrumbs]The cascading waters of the hot springs offer a unique way of getting right back to nature and leaving the world behind with a rare treat of pure mineral salts in their natural environment. The...

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National Parks in Thailand