National Parks in Thailand

Information about popular National parks in Thailand.

Mu Ko Lanta National Park

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 covering an area of 151.90 sq.km. Attractions of Mu Ko Lanta HQ Area and Ta...

Si Phang-nga National Park

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 limestone cliffs . Wildlife includes lesser mouse deer, Malay tapir, serow,...

Bang Pae Waterfall

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 to May it slows down some time you can swim , This is also home to the...

Similan Islands National Park

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 Similan (Island No. 8), and Koh Ba Ngu (Island No.9). These islands are...
Op Luang National Park

Op Luang National Park

The park’s area is 553 km. Is main attraction is Op Luang Canyon, carved out by the Mae Chaem River. The canyon is steep-sided and about 300 metres long. Waterfalls include Mae Bua Kham, about 50 metres high Mae Chon, about 80 metres wide and the year-round Mae Tia...

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Opkhan National Park

Opkhan National Park

The geographical features of the National Park mostly consist of high mountains. And “Yod Khun Tien” is the highest mountaintop of the National Park, at the altitude of 1,550 meters. The National Park has beautiful natural tourist attractions and varieties of major...

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Si Lanna National Park

Si Lanna National Park

The park’s area is 1,407 sq. km. Attractions in Park Mon Hin Lai Waterfall is a nine-tiered waterfall located in the Mae Ngat Forest. Other waterfalls include Huai Mae Rangong and Huai Pa Phlu. The Nong Pha cave system features stalactites and stalagmites.Park details...

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National Parks in Thailand