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Pang Sida National Park, Muang Sakaeo

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National Park
Pang Sida National Park is a national park in the Sankamphaeng Range, covering 844 square kilometres in the eastern Thai province of Sa Kaeo. It is 28 kilometres north of Sa Kaeo City, the capital of the province. Together with Khao Yai National Park, Thap Lan National Park, Ta Phraya National Park and the Dong Yai Wildlife Sanctuary, it constitutes a part of the Dong Phayayen Forest Complex UNESCO World Heritage Site, covering in total around 6,100 square kilometers.One of the highlights of the park is Pang Sida waterfall.EcologyFrom information collected in 2000 the park is home to a total of 271 species of vertebrate: 81 mammals, 143 species of birds, 19 species of reptiles, 16 amphibian species and 19 species of freshwater fish.The critically endangered Siamese crocodile Crocodylus siamensis is reported to live in the park, along with the Asian elephant, gaur, dhole, leopard, Malayan sun bear, Asiatic black bear and white-handed gibbon. Commoner mammals are the pig-tailed macaque, Sambar deer, barking deer and wild pig. Two notable endangered birds are the grey heron and purple heron, Ardea cinerea and A. purpurea.
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  • Killing a time on the weekend during I stay at Kabinburi,went to Pangsida national park with friend,around one and half hour drivingfrom Kantary hotel. Good place for take some photos of butterflies,f...  more »
  • A big National Park with beautiful landscape, mainly forests. There are lots of different species of butterflies attracted to the area. We stopped off for food and drink - a beautiful place to have a ...  more »
  • Travelled here paid the cover charge to get in (200baht). Was well worth it. Would like to stay at a guest house or camp there next time and explore further.  more »
  • Beautiful and quiet a great day out
  • Quiet place for a day out, some butterflies
  • The park extorts a 200 baht fee for foreigners. Thais pay 40 baht. In addition there was no water and therefore no waterfall (in April).
  • lovely
  • Butterfly lot during The May sun shines more onwards. the butterfly is very chayoe a lot. the range may onwards. The more sun, the more organized a lot of range.
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