Khao Yai Attractions, Khao Yai National Park Thailand is Thailand first national park covering an area in 4 provinces; namely, Saraburi, Nakhon Ratchasima,Prachin Buri, and Nakhon Nayok. It was enlisted among the ASEAN Heritage Parks and is the origin of a number of major streams and rivers; such as, the Nakhon Nayok River, Prachin Buri River, Lam Takhong, Lam Phra Phloeng, and Huai Muak Lek. It is rich with various species of flora and fauna like wild elephants, sambar deer, barking deer, gaurs, and tigers and more many kid of animals wild life.It has scenic topography and covers a total area of 1,353,471.53 rai or 2,165.55 square kilometres. It was declared the country’s first national park on 18 September, 1962, and UNESCO’s World Heritage Site in 2005.
Khao Yai Attractions
The Khaoyai national park has many attractions there. Enjoy to sightseeing on Khao Yai National Park are the following;
Chao Phor Khao Yai Shrine
Chao Por Khao Yai Shrine Khao Yai National Park Thailand. This Chao Phor is Khao Yai Attractions with built in 1962 and located at Km. 24 on Thanarat Road on the Pak Chong route up to Khao Yai National Park. Visitors to Khao Yai and passers-by usually stop to pay respect for good luck and blessings.You will have to go through the Khao Yai National Park before on your right hand. Thai people, When come to Khaoyai must to pay homage to the blessing at Chao Por Khao Yai Shrine
Nong Phak Chi Wildlife Watching Tower
Best one of tourist attractions in Khao Yai Thailand. Nong Phak Chi Wildlife Watching Toweris Animal Watch towers in Khao Yai National park, built for watching wild animals and available during 6 a.m. – 6 p.m. There is one of them located near Nong Phak Chi, which is a source of water for the animals surrounded by a vast field of lalang glass.There is also a salt-lick and another watchtower at Mo Singto where visitors can observe animals gathering at the salt-lick. Moreover, there is another watchtower located in the grass field next to the edge of the forest at the foot of Khao Kamphaeng, some 2 kilometres from the Kho Yo 4 Ranger Station, where a herd of gaurs can be seen grazing in the late afternoon. Nong Phak Chi Wildlife Watching Tower today is one place to see Khao Yai Attractions for visitor in Khao yai national park Thailand.
Haew Narok Waterfall
Haew Narok Waterfall or Namtok Heo Narok is the largest and highest waterfall of the park, this 3-tiered cascade is popular during rains, Haew Narok Waterfall is south of the park office ( Nern Horm Gate ) on the way to Prachin Buri. Visitors will have to walk 1 kilometre from the main road to reach the viewpoint where the beautiful waterfall can be seen. The waterfall has 3 levels, the first of Haew Narok Waterfall is about 60 metres high. Water from this level goes down to the second and third levels straight down below, with a total drop of at least 150 metres.
Haew Su Wat Waterfall
Haew Su Wat Waterfall or Namtok Haew Su Wat is a famous waterfall at the end of Thanarat Road. It is accessible by car. The waterfall is only 100 metres by foot from the parking lot, or a 3-kilometre walk from Pha Kluai Mai waterfall. This waterfall was featured in a scene in the movie “The Beach” with Leonardo DiCaprio and probably the most popular waterfall in the Khao Yai National Park
Pha Kluai Mai Waterfall
Kong Kaew Waterfall or Namtok Kong Kaew Waterfall is a small waterfall in Khao Yai National Park Thailand, Kong Kaew Waterfall is is a low waterfall that originates from Huai Lam Takhong that divides Nakhon Nayok Province and Nakhon Ratchasima Province
Kong Kaew Waterfall
Kong Kaew Waterfall or Namtok Kong Kaew Waterfall is a small waterfall in Khao Yai National Park Thailand, Kong Kaew Waterfall is is a low waterfall that originates from Huai Lam Takhong that divides Nakhon Nayok Province and Nakhon Ratchasima Province.
Khao Yai Tour from Bangkok
Khao Yai Full Day Tour From Bangkok to Khao Yai National Park
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Go to Khao Yai National Park by CAR
- BUS : From Bangkok’s Mo Chit bus station to Pak Chong
- MINI BUS, VAN : From Bangkok’s Mo Chit bus station to Pak Chong
Check for update time & schedule and more information on at www.traco.motc.go.th
Go to Khao Yai National Park by TRAIN
- TRAIN : from Bangkok, depart from Bangkok train station ( Hua Lamphong Station ) recommend you leave from Bangkok early morning about 05:45 AM. The train will arrival time in Pak Chong station is 09:00 AM. ( Approximate time ) Check schedule of the railway station on http://www.railway.co.th
All route after you arrived Pak Chong, then continues with departure from Pak Chong to Khao Yai National Park by local car transport service there, Thai people call Rod Song-Taew Pai Khao Yai ( รถสองแถว ไป เขาใหญ่ ) This local transport service is operates from 8 am. until 5:00 pm.
Go to Khao Yai National Park by PRIVATE CAR
- BANGKOK – KHAO YAI Route 1 : Take Highway No. 1 (Phahonyothin) then Highway No. 2 (Mittraphap) at Saraburi to Pakchaong Nakhon Ratchasima. The total distance is 259 kilometres.
- BANGKOK – KHAO YAI Route 2 : From Bangkok, take Highway No. 304 past Min Buri, Chachoengsao, Phanom Sarakham, Kabin Buri, Wang Nam Khiao, Pak Thong Chai, to Nakhon Ratchasima. The total distance is 273 kilometres.
- BANGKOK – KHAO YAI Route 3 : Take the Bangkok-Rangsit-Nakhon Nayok route then connect to Prachinburi then go on to Highway No. 3077 continue to Noen Hom Gate to Khaoyai National Park
Khao Yai National Park Entrance Gate
Main Gate – Pak Chong ( North )
- 1st Gate : The main Gate entrance of Khao Yai National Park Fee Entrance Station at north with nearest city Pak Chong in Nakhon Ratchasima Province.
Gate 2nd – Noen Hom ( South )
- 2nd Gate : This gate entrance of Khao Yai National Park Fee Entrance Station at south, with nearest of Nakhon Nayok province
& Prachin Buri Province (Noen Hom Gate) this gate is locate on Noen Hom, Mueang Prachin Buri District, Prachin Buri Province.