Is Khao Yai National Park worth visiting?

Easily accessible from Bangkok, Khao Yai National Park offers a nature retreat with everything you could ask for: hiking trails, mountains, waterfalls and wildlife. Khao Yai National Park is one of the most-visited national parks in Thailand.

What is Khao Yai National Park known for?

Considered to be the best national park in Thailand, especially for spotting wildlife, Khao Yai’s dense forests and jungles house the kingdom’s largest population of wild elephants, along with a fantastic array of other animals, birds, and plant life.

Are there crocodiles in Khao Yai?

“There are two Siamese crocodiles living in the area and since they were found five years ago, the national park has tried to catch them to examine their DNA to confirm if this pair of crocodiles is native.

What is the best time to visit Khao Yai?

Best time to visit: Khao Yai is generally a few degrees cooler than Bangkok but the cool weather and clear skies is best experienced during the post-monsoon/winter season between November – February (flights then are relatively cheap too!).

How do you get around Khao Yai National Park?

The only problem is, there’s no public transportation in Khao Yai (not even taxis, Grab, or Uber) and the attractions are pretty spread out. The best way to getting around would by renting your own car or getting one with a driver!

Are there tigers in Khao Yai National Park?

There have been are no tigers in Khao Yai for at least 20 years.

Are there wild crocodiles in Thailand?

The Siamese crocodile (Crocodylus siamensis) is a medium-sized freshwater crocodile native to Indonesia (Borneo and possibly Java), Brunei, East Malaysia, Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam.

How do you get around Khao Yai?

Is Khao Yai cold in December?

With day temperatures of 21 degrees and a plunge of the mercury to 10 degrees during the night! Almost perfect for all your trips and tours – from beautiful photos, good light exposures, jungle trekking and hiking trails!

Why you should visit Khao Yai?

1. Wildlife Watching. Khao Yai’s wildlife is why so many people choose to visit as over 70 mammal species can be found within the park. Thus, such things as pig-tailed macaques, Asian black bears and sun bears, water monitors, clouded leopards, king cobras, pythons, and many colourful birds can all be seen.

How do I get to HAEW Narok Waterfall?

Haew Narok Waterfall is located at Km. 24 on Highway 3077. From the parking space, you have to walk further about 1 km. through Huay Sa Mo Poon to reach the viewpoint of the first level.