TRAVELBOOK FAMILY: KHAO YAI • THAILAND
Our Family Travelbook — What to do, City Guide & Recommendations in 2018.
KHAO YAI …………….
Launched in 1962, Khao Yai has been Thailand’s first national park.
Now it’s the second biggest national park in Thailand as well as in 2005, the region together with the surrounding Phaya Yen mountains has been recorded as a UNESCO World Heritage Website .
The closest town to the north entry is Pak Chong, which may be reached either through buses or train operating between Bangkok and Korat.
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There are lots of cafe-type food stands throughout the park but their opening hours are inconsistent; therefore you need as much luck as you will need for seeing wildlife.
The playground center is the principal place to consume something usually open out of season. Opposite the visitor center there are a lot of food stands overlooking the lake offering meals for approximately 50 baht plus a restaurant where guests can purchase an assortment of Thai dishes.
Go on a night safari
Gaur watching at Khao Phaengma
Dinosaur footprints at Wang Haew falls
Go on wildlife tours
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ACCOMMODATION » La Casetta
RESTAURANT » The Chocolate Factory (Thailand)
ACCOMMODATION » Kirimaya Golf Resort & Spa
ATTRACTION » Khao Yai Paradise on Earth
ACCOMMODATION » MiraSierra Khao Yai
ATTRACTION » Toscana Valley Country Club
EXPERIENCE » Khao Yai Art Museum
ATTRACTION » Kensington English Garden Resort Khaoyai
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