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FROM BANGKOK Pak Chong is between Bangkok and Nakhon Ratchassima, making travel options in and out quite easy and frequent. Road map to Khao Yai national park The southern gate to the park seems closer to Bangkok but as there … Continue reading →
Freeland run an interesting blog called Khao Yai experiences with good information about environmental issues in the area. FREELAND Foundation is the only international conservation and human rights organization working across Asia that is headquartered in Asia. They are dedicated … Continue reading →
Supermarket: Tesco Lotus, at the junction of Mitthrapap expressway and Thanarad road, is the largest in the area and you can found there all you need for groceries as well as banking and Thai restaurants. Banking: a Bangkok Bank branch … Continue reading →
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Everybody enjoys elephants and an elephant ride. But exploitation of these wild animals is a major problem in Thailand. Specially the elephants working in the street in all major Thai cities. Often those elephants will be taken very young away … Continue reading →
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Trekking is the best way to enjoy parks in Asia such as Khao Yai to really spot wildlife and enjoy tropical forest, don ‘t have too much hope to spot a tiger(! still wondering what is legend and truth in … Continue reading →
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The Dong Phayayen-Khao Yai Forest Complex contains more than 800 fauna species, including 112 species of mammals, 392 species of birds and 200 reptiles and amphibians. It is internationally important for the conservation of globally threatened and endangered mammal, bird … Continue reading →