Things to Do & See
Located 200 kms northeast of Bangkok, in the province of Nakorn Rachasima is Khao Yai and its iconic attraction – The Khao Yai National Park. Spreading over 2,168 sq kms, it is one of the largest park in Thailand. Designated as a UNESCO Heritage Site, the Khao Yai National Park encompasses several majestic mountains, spectacular waterfalls, and rich evergreen forests and grasslands. With the height of the mountains, the abundance foliage and the cool weather, the Park is home to almost 2,500 plant species , 67 different kinds of mammals and over 300 species of birds. Rich wildlife is also found there, including many endangered mammals such as elephants, gibbons, tigers, leopards and Malaysian sun bears.