About 175 km Northeast from Bangkok lies Khao Yai - a big mountain region in Thailand, that covers a area of about 2,200 sq. km. and is one of the country’s largest national parks. We offer 60 rooms cheaper from 350 to 3,500 baht, We organized trip to National park everyday with specialist guide.
About 175 km Northeast from Bangkok lies Khao Yai - a big mountain region in Thailand, that covers a area of about 2,200 sq. km. and is one of the country’s largest national parks. In 1959 Khao Yai was declared a nature reserve and is now home to 153 different species of animals protected by law.
Within this refreshing and scenic landscape, with its bizarre mountains, there is still untouched jungle, mountain streams and many waterfalls, with a preserved animal world, which includes wild elephants, buffaloes, deer, porcupines, a variety of monkeys, parrots and parakeets, huge hornbills and another 250 species of birds. There are even tigers, clouded leopards and bears living here. A unique experience awaits you at dusk, when you see more than one million bats fly out and leave their daytime home in the caves.
Transportation from the airport or Bangkok hotel in an air-conditioned minibus or a private car to the edge of Khao Yai National Park. Quiet and comfortable en-suite double rooms, at the Garden Lodge. Varieties of local flora and fauna and a tropical garden, where you can see over 200 different of botanical and some rare hybrid orchids. There are always birds and butterflies flying through the garden.
Our restaurant offers breakfast, food a la carte (European, Vegetarian, Thai, Chinese, Isaan) can also be ordered. Dishes range from 60 Baht to 250 Baht (1 US / Dollar = about 33 Baht August 2008), soft drinks between 25 and 45 Baht, alcoholic and special drinks starting from 50 Baht. We even provide a 24 hour laundry service.
Things to bring:
Hiking boots (sport or light walking shoes), a small flashlight (torch) and a strong pair of binoculars are recommended.
Transportation from the airport or Bangkok hotel in an air-conditioned minibus to the edge of Khao Yai National Park.