Far from the maddening crowd in an area known for its stunning rural landscape, friendly climate and rejuvenating fresh air. Lose yourself in the pristine green scenery and indulge in the slow-life pleasure of the great outdoors just two hours’ drive from the hectic centre of Bangkok.
Khao Yai National Park covers 4 provinces in the Eastern part of Thailand and contains 2,1655.55 sq.km of forested land watched over by the Panom Dongrak mountain range. The region the source of several major rivers and also home to a great diversity of flora and fauna. The UNESCO World Heritage Committee selected Khao Yai National Park as a Natural World Heritage site in 2005.