Khao Yai National Park, Pak Phli

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With its evergreen forests, grasslands, and cascading waterfalls, Khao Yai National Park offers abundant scenic beauty and numerous hiking trails. Along your trek, you'll cross paths with some of the 300 species of birds and mammals common to Thailand, like elephants, bears, otters, and monkeys. If you don't manage to see everything in one day, consider spending the night on one of the campgrounds. Add Khao Yai National Park to your Pak Phli travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Pak Phli trip builder.
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  • My friend invited me to Thailand after we haven't met for almost 2 years becoz of the covid. This time I came back to Thailand becoz I need to quarantine only for one day. My freind drove me to the... 
    My friend invited me to Thailand after we haven't met for almost 2 years becoz of the covid. This time I came back to Thailand becoz I need to quarantine only for one day. My freind drove me to the...  more »
  • I booked a full day private tour and night safari in Khao Yai National Park through Ton Ton Travel. The booking was easy through a website and when I sent some questions they were answered quickly in....  more
    I booked a full day private tour and night safari in Khao Yai National Park through Ton Ton Travel. The booking was easy through a website and when I sent some questions they were answered quickly in....  more »
  • There are only about seven hiking trails, these are scattered across the park, difficult to find and poorly signposted. For example Trek no. 3 leads about 3 km through a forest, 3 km back along the.....  more
    There are only about seven hiking trails, these are scattered across the park, difficult to find and poorly signposted. For example Trek no. 3 leads about 3 km through a forest, 3 km back along the.....  more »
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  • Dual pricing. 40 for locals, 400 for expats.
  • Big and beautiful national park, very fun place to explore for nature lovers. You can hike, see view points, a few animals and waterfalls. There's also coffee and some restaurants but not much vegetarian or vegan food options.
  • 5 stars for the national park, absolutely best nature spot for everything near Bangkok. LOW STAR RATING because I drove to the south entrance and they tested my bike and said its too loud cant enter. I rode 2 hours AROUND the national park to the NORTH entrance and they let me in there after doing the same test.
  • This is such a cool park! Tons of wildlife, great hiking trails which aren't crowded, and there is even an option to rent tents and camp for a very reasonable price. You really need your own transport to see this park properly, and I recommend visiting for several days. There is elephant dung everywhere - including some very odd places you wouldn't expect - but we missed the elephants this time so we will be back for another visit in the future!
  • Too crowded to enjoy pure nature but it's good choice if you only want to escape from towns in weekends

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