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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. Before you head to Pak Phli, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Pak Phli vacation builder, to make sure you see all that Pak Phli has to offer, including Khao Yai National Park.
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  • We were quite tired when we got there, after a long day traveling. It was mid afternoon by the time that we arrived & it was hot. We didn't feel like taking a walking trail, so we just drove around to...  more »
  • The park is so big that you there the delicious can walk in silence. Many animals. A day in the nature so close to Bangkok
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  • Great place for trekking full day. Easy to reach hitch hiking. Better wear trousers and socks to avoid leecks !!!  more »
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  • Nice park. Lots of places where you can go hiking. Campgrounds are nice expect for those leeches.
  • Nothing spectacular, but we did enjoy a hike through the jungle, a crocodile, waterfall and the highlight was a mama elephant with two babies. No guarantees you'll see the elephants since they're wild but pretty cool if you do.
  • Totally worth the visit! Spotting wild animals, walking through the jungle and lots of exitement. A fantastic experience.
  • Rip off prices. Seen nothing i could not see back in the UK. Took some kind of night safari which was comical at best. Again seen nothing. Poor service and poor quality food from the usual sour faced Thais. STOP this nonsense duel pricing (ripping off tourists!!) I certainly won't be back and would not recommend....
  • Tourist trap. Go to your local zoo is better. The entrance fee does not reflect quality of food and services. The rivers are polluted. Some of the animal are domesticated and relief.