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طҹ觪ҵ˭/ Khao Yai National Park

 

طҹ觪ҵ˭

ŷ
 طҹ觪ҵ˭ طҹ觪ҵáͧ ҳࢵͺ 11 ͧ 4 ѧѴ ǡ 觤 ѧѴк ͻҡͧ ѧ ѧѴҪ ͹Ҵ ͡Թ ͻШѹ ͧ ѧѴҨչ ͻҡ ͺҹ ͧ ѧѴù¡ Ѻҹطҹôͧ¹ 繻Ҽ׹˭͡Ҿѡ ǹ˹觢ͧʹʹյ Сͺ¢عҹ˭ѺѺ͹١ 觡Դͧ鹹Ӹ÷Ӥѭ ӹù¡ شó仴¾ѹѵҹҹҪԴ ҧ ҧ зԧ ʹѡɳзҧҵԷ§ ͷ 1,353,471.53 2,165.55 ҧ

ͻҳ 100 շ ɮúҹҴҹкҹҪ ѧѴù¡ ءءҧһ١ԡ١Ǻ˭ ШѺͧ鹷ҧҹ͹躹˭ ҳ 30 ѧ͹ Ѳ¡ҹ繵Ӻ˭ Ѻͻҡ Դúءء»ҷ͹ ҡ繷ź͹ѡԧͧü мͧҷź˹դҭͧ СäҤҡӺҡ ҧ觪 ҡõǨҺ ˵عҧҪ¹鹨֧غӺ˭ ɮ÷躹˭;¾ŧҺ ҹӡԹdz˭ ֧١ҧҾ繷˭ҤѺѺҷشó

.. 2502 Ͼ ɴ Ѫ ¡Ѱ Թҧ仵ǨҪ÷ҧҤ˹ 繶֧ӤѭФͧѡҸҵ੾л ֧зǧɵ СзǧҴ лҹҹѹͨѴطҹ觪ҵԢ㹻 觤ѰԡûЪѹ 7 Ҥ 2502 ˹˭ ѧѴù¡ ѧѴҪ ѧѴҨչ ѧѴк л 㹷ͧѧѴҧ 14 طҹ觪ҵ ҡ鹡ҧἹèѴطҹ觪ҵԢ ѺЪͨҡ DR. GEORGE C. RUHLE Ǫҭҧҹطҹ觪ҵ ͧҾҡҴ¡͹ѡҵзѾҡøҵ ( IUCN ) ҡѰԡ

 ͡ԹǨҧἹŧ ֧ԹûСȨѴطҹ觪ҵ վҪɮաҡ˹dzԹ˭ 㹷ͧӺŻҢ Ӻźҹ ͺҹ Ӻ˹ͧʧ ӺŹԹҴ ͻҡ Ӻԡ ӺԹ Ӻž ͧù¡ ѧѴù¡ ӺŻШѹ ͻШѹ Ӻѹ Ӻŷ⾸ ͡Թ ѧѴҨչ Ӻ ͻҡͧ ѧѴҪ еӺǡ ӺūӼѡ 觤 ѧѴк ͷ 1,355,468.75 2,168.75 ҧ طҹ觪ҵ ŧСҪԨҹມ 79 ͹ 86 ŧѹ 18 ѹ¹ 2505 Ѻطҹ觪ҵáͧ Ѻҹ طҹôͧ¹ ʹ繷Ѻطҹ觪ҵԷӤѭͧš

ҡͧѾҡ˹ѧ 0379/15739 ŧѹ 15 Ȩԡ¹ 2519 ֧зǧɵˡó ͡ѹ鹷ҧʶҹôʶҹն·ʹäҤ͡ҡ鹷طҹ觪ҵ 觤Сطҹ觪ҵ 㹤ǻЪ 駷 1/2520 ŧѹ 3 Ҿѹ 2520 繪ͺѹ鹷ǹѧ վҪɮաԡ͹طҹ觪ҵԻ˭ҧǹ 㹷ͧӺԹ ͧù¡ ѧѴù¡ ŧСҪԨҹມ 95 ͹ 99 ŧѹ 21 ѹ¹ 2521 ͷҳ 71 3 ҹ 16 ҧ 0.1149 ҧ

 Żзҹ зǧɵˡó 鹷ҧǹࢵطҹ觪ҵ˭㹷ͧͻҡ ͧ ѧѴù¡ ͷ 1,925 1 ҹ 73 ҧ 3.0807 ҧ ͡ҧç͹ͧҴҹѹͧҨҡҪ ͻª㹡èѴ纡ѡ͡ػк ʹл١ 駪ºط·ԴࢵѧѴù¡繻Шӷء Ѱ繪ͺӡáҧç͹ͧҴҹѹͧҨҡҪ վҪɮաԡ͹طҹ觪ҵԻ˭ҧǹ㹷ͧӺԹҴ ͻҡ еӺԹ ͧù¡ ѧѴù¡ »СҪԨҹມ 116 ͹ 119 ŧѹ 26 Ȩԡ¹ 2542

ѡɳԻ
Ҿ 仢ͧطҹ觪ҵ˭繾鹷ҹѹͧ͡Ҿѡ ٧ⴴ蹢ҨҡҺҤҧǡ͵ࢵͧҺ٧Ҫ ʹҷ٧ش 1,351 ٧ 1,326 ٧ 1,292 ʹ٧ 1,142 ҿҼ٧ 1,078 ҡᾧ٧ 875 ͻٹ٧ 805 ٧ 802 Ѵ٧ҡдѺӷࡳ ѧСͺ·觡ҧѺѺشó ҹ˹еѹ͡鹷Ҵŧ ҧеѹ繷٧ѹ

͡ҡѧ觡Դ鹹Ӹ÷Ӥѭ֧ 5 ӻҨչӹù¡ 㹾鹷ҧͧطҹ觪ҵ˭ դӤѭ͡ɵáкҧɰԨѧͧҤ ӷ 2 ¹ ҺèѹѧѴԧ ӺҧСŧ ӵФͧӾԧ 㹾鹷ҧ˹ §鹷ɵáͧҺ٧Ҫ 仺èѺū觹ӤѭͧҤҹ͹ҧŧ⢧ ǡ ҧȵѹ§˹ ջҳŵʹ駻ªҧҹɵ ੾СûѵͧҤ ŧӻѡ ǡ

ѡɳҡ
 ҾҷáֺѺԷԾŨҡ ԴءĴ١ ҡ͹Ѵ˹ǨѴԹ Ѵ㹻ʺµʹ駻 ԹҧͧлСͺԨѹҡêԴҧ سµʹջҳ 23 ͧ

Ĵ͹ ҡȨ͹ͺǡ㹷 ٧˭ҡʺþѡ͹ 蹹ӸйѺзҹ մ͡ҡպҹо觺ҧ͡ŵĴ١

Ĵٽ 繪ǧ˹觢ͧշҾ˭ ˭Ǣʴ ӵءç§ѧͧԵ͹ ԹҧӺҡһӹǹѡͧǡŴŧ

Ĵ˹ 㹪ǧ͹Ҥ֧͹Ҿѹ Ĵٷ˭ҡش ͧդʵѴѺǢբͧ Ѻ͡仵 ǧҷԵͧ˹ ҡ˹ҡҧ׹ ҢͧѹоѺҵԷ§ᵡҧ仨ҡҹաẺ˹

תóѵ

Ҿࢵطҹ觪ҵ˭͡ ອó ҴԺ ҴԺ ҴԺ ˭ лͻ ´ѧ

 ອó ѡɳТͧҪԴҧҹ˹ дѺ٧ҧ 200-600 ҡдѺӷ Сͺ׹鹻Ѵ Ф д ạ ¹˹ ᴧ ; Ф 繵 תҧ˭ҵҧ 駡 Ĵ駻ҪԴء е鹻ҨԹٹش

ҴԺ ѡɳлҪԴҧȵѹ͡ 繷Һ١ԹдѺ٧ 200-600 èҡдѺӷŻҹҧ 鹺 ҧ ѹ йͧ ¹ͧ ¹Թ ạ ֧ͧ Ф е ҡ ФŹ 繵 ׹鹪ͧ ҡѡ ǧ СѴ 繵 תӾǡ ҡԧ ҹ תҧСͺ¾תӾǡо ǡԧ » 繵

ҴԺ ѡɳлҪԴ繻ҷдѺ٧ 400-1,000 èҡдѺӷŻҹҧ ժԴ¤֧ѺҴԺ §ǧҧ繨ӹǹҡ ҧͧ ҧ ҧ¹ Скҡ ੾о鹷١úǹо ٻСзӢ óѴ С ᷺辺 dzӸѡ˭ ͡繡 ҴԺ鹺٧仨ҧҧǹ ͡ҡҧ鹺Դ ѧ йͧ á ӻջ д з ͧ ͹ ѡ ʹҧ С 鹻лѹ

ҴԺ ҪԴԴ㹷ҡ繺٧ ٧ҡдѺӷŻҳ 1,000 â Ҿᵡҧ仨ҡҴԺҧѴ ǧҧ ó辺͹ Т ع ʹѹ ͪԴҧ 辺㹻ҴԺ ͡ҡ͹С͵ҧ ٧ҡдѺӷ 600-900 ҹ ٧о鹡ѧ觢鹡ШѴШ ͧ ҹ ᡹ Ҩѧѹ תҧ ҧ ѧҵǼ ٴ СԹ

 ˭лͻ ѡɳлҪԴ繼ͧҡ÷͹ʹյ ͹աèѴ駻˭طҹ觪ҵɮǶҧҷ ա;¾ɮŧҺ dzѧǶ١· Ҿ繷˭Ҥǹ˭ ҧ˭ ˭Ҿ ˭ҢҪҧ еͧ ѧաٴԴҧ 鹻л ⢹˭ ٴ ⢹ ٴʹ᧴ Сٴչҧ

ͧҡࢵطҹ觪ҵ˭աûͧѹ俻ҧ 鹷˭ͻҹ֧١úǹҡ俻 ѧ ֧վѹԡӨӹǹ ѹШѴШ· ´ Ӿٻ ¹ ŧᵺ Ѩغѹ鹷ҷ˭ҺҧѺ鹤׹Ҿ繻кҧ

 طҹ觪ҵ˭觷ѵҪءҡ 㹺ҧ͡ʢТѺö¹仵 öѵԹҹ͡ҡԹ˭ Ҩŧҧ͡ҡԹ ١ҧ йѡҡ dzǡ÷ 30 ֧ҡҧ˹ͧѡ ʹ觵 㹻ѨغѹҢѺö¹˭ҧҹǨԹоҹͧԺ öŧҧ͹ѹ ੾㹵͹ҧ׹ҡ֡ҵçá͹ѡҧ СèѴþ鹷ͧѹ (ELEPHANT CONSERVATION AND PROTECTED AREA MANAGMENT) MR. ROBERT J. DOBIAS ͧ͢ WWF IUCN 㹻 ..2527-2528 ըӹǹҳ 250 ͡

 ѵҷö е͡ӹ ҧ ˭ҷ ͡ҡѧ зԧ § й ҡ͡ е» Դҧ ӹǹ 250 Դ ҡӹǹ¡ 340 Դ Ǩdz˭зҧ ʹо ͡ عͧ عἹ д ᫧ лٴ йԹŧԴҧ ͡ 4 Դ ͡ҧ й͡չӵ 辺˭Ѻ觷֧ٴѡٹҧ о ǡŧҡ 5,000 Դ §о繺 §ҹ 216 Դ

Թҧ件֧طҹ觪ҵ˭ õԴͺ´ Էȡ Т͡ٹԡùѡͧ Ѻŷ١ͧ 繡ѺҧἹԹҧͧǵʶҹҧ طҹ觪ҵ˭ Ѻ觡Դͧ鹹Ӹ÷Դҡóҵ 觷ͧǷӤѭ鹡 ӵ§ չӵ˭Դ㹾鹷طҹ觪ҵ˭ Ǩз鹷ҧԹ件֧ǻҳ 30 դ§ᵡҧѹ仵ҾҵԢͧԻ طҹ觪ҵ˭觷ͧСԨʹ ѧ

  ҹҵԷ§
ӵԡ ӵͧ ӵҡ ӵѵ ӵǹá ӵͧ ӵѧ ӵФ ӵѴ ӵ ӵ觡ɳ ӵǨѡ ӵä ӵҡЪ ӵҴҹҧ йӵйѡ Թԧ ӵ ӵǻзع ӵҴй ӵҴ ӵҴҤ ӵҵạ شǷȹ .30 شǷȹ (Ǵ) ʹѵ 鹷ҧ֡Ҹҵ 鹷ҧԹһѡ 鹷ҧԹһͧ 鹷ҧٹ ӵҧͧ ӵ÷Ծ ͧѵ

ҹѵʵ

Ҿ˭
ҧ .. 2505 ÷ 24 Ѫ 鹷ҧ˭ҹͻҡͧ ѡͧǷҹطҹ觪ҵ лЪҪѡ仡Һ⪤Т;

ҹҵԷ§
ӵԡ
繹ӵҴ˭㹾鹷ѧѴù¡ ҧǧѧѴŢ 3099 ҡѧѴù¡֧dz÷ 11 շҧ¡ ç仵ҧǧѧѴŢ 3040 աҳ 3 ж֧ӵԡ ӵԡŵҨҡ˹Ҽ٧ѹҳ 100 觹ӵҧ繵

 ӵͧ
繹ӵ ԴҡӵФͧ Ĵٽд§ҡѺ蹹 dzӵоҹǹ¶֧ 2 оҹ ӵФͧ ࢵ 2 ѧѴ ѧѴù¡ШѧѴҪ ӵ觹ҧҡٹԡùѡͧ˭ ҳ 100

ӵҡ
繹ӵҴҧӵФͧǡѹ ҧҡٹԡùѡͧ˭ ҳ 7 öҶ֧·ҧö¹зҧԹ ҧԹҡشҧ繷ҡ任ҳ 1.2 Թº仵ӵФͧ仴¾ѹ˭ ͡ʾªԴ ҧࢹѧ ҧʹ ʹͧ˹ ӵҡѡɳ˹ҼŴ蹡ѹŧ ٧ҳ 10 ҹҧ觹ӡҧҡ Ѻ蹹 ˹ҼФdzӵҹҪԴ繨ӹǹҡ ⴴ蹷ش ᴧ ͡͡ᴧ繪㹪ǧ˹͹

 ӵѵ
繹ӵժ§ҡ繷ѡͧЪҪ ӵѵشѪ ͨԹҵͨҡӵҡ仡 ҳ 3 ӵѡɳ¹ӵŧҨҡ˹Ҽ٧ҳ 20 dzҹҧͧӵ觹Ӹзŧ蹹 ѺĴٽӨҡçӤ͹ҧ繨Ѵ

ӵǹá
繹ӵҴ˭٧ش ҧͧطҹ觪ҵ˭ շ 3 á٧ҳ 60 ͹żҹ˹ҼҪ鹹оŧ˹ҼҪ鹷 2 3 Ѵŧ ѹѡɳСŵ 90 ͧ ٧ӡ 150 ¹ӷŷѡغͧҧ ĴٽӨçҡٹҡ

ӵͧ
繹ӵշ 5 Ŵ蹡ѹŧ ٧شԹ 12 ѡɳФ¤֧Ѻӵǹáѵ оʹ鹷ҧԹ Сͺ⢴Թ˭Ӹ÷§ Թҧѧӵ觹鹷ѧ ¡Թҵ鹷ҧԹзҧҳ 24 ʹ㨵Դͺ˹¾Էѡطҹ觪ҵԷ .13 (ҧͧ)

 ӵѧ
繹ӵҴ˭դҧҳ 40-60 Ĵٽչҡç ҧҡ˹¾Էѡطҹ觪ҵԷ . 9 (˭) ҳ 17 㨡ҧҷҧҹȵѹͧ͡طҹ觪ҵ˭ Թҧеͧ㹡Թҧҳ 2 ѹ Ѻѡü仾ѡҧ㹻ҧ ʹҡԹҧоѺѹҹҪԴ Թ§ҵ Ѻ繹ӵ§ա˹

ӵФ ӵѴ ӵ
繹ӵҴ硷§Ѻ˹¾Էѡطҹ觪ҵ .10 (Шѹ) Ѻѡ͹蹹 ءѹչѡͧ㹷ͧ§Ǫ蹹ӵ ੾ѹششѻչѡͧǨҡǪҡ蹡ѹ

ӵ觡ɳ ӵǨꡨ
繹ӵҴТҴ˭դ Ѻþѡ㹻 ЪǷȹҵͺҧԴԹ

ӵä ӵҡЪ ӵҴҹҧ йӵйѡ
繹ӵҴҧԴҡá ѡɳҴ仵Թ٧ѹ Ѻͺ¤ҧ㹻 ҧҡ˹¾Էѡطҹ觪ҵԷ . 3 (¹) ҳ 5

 Թԧ
Թդ˭ ҧҡ˹¾Էѡطҹ觪ҵԷ . 9 (˭) ҳ 3 ˭㹺dz仴Թ§µʹзҧ 2.5 ¹Ŵ蹡ѹ¢鹺ѹ ʶҹ㹡ͧ觴ҧ

ӵ
繹ӵա˹觷ҧѴ仨ҡӵѵ ҧҡӵѵҧҳ 700 ӵѡɳ˹Ҽҡҧ ٧ҳ 5 Ĵٽӵç˹Ҽ§Ҫҡ Թҧ仹ӵ 2 鹷ҧ Թҵ仨ҡѵзҧҳ 700 ͨԹҡٹԡùѡͧ˭ 仵鹷ҧԹ鹡ͧ-ѵ зҧҳ 8.3 . ͧҧҧԹҹ仨觷ʹҧ աҡ ع 紻 繵

ӵǻзع
繹ӵӵФͧա͹ѹ Ѵҡӵûҳ 1 öԹҧҡӵѵ仡 ͨԹҡdzٹԡùѡͧ˭仡 Թ鹷ҧԹ鹡ͧ-ѵ зҧҳ 8 鹷ҧöͧ¢ͧѵ ٻ ҹҧ ӵѡɳ˹Ҽ ҧ٧§ҡ

ӵҴй
繹ӵҴ §աٻẺ˹ ҧҹȵѹ§ Թ仵鹷ҧԹ͡ҡҹѧҡ . ˭ () ҳ 5-6 мҹҴԺ鹷վѹ˭ع÷ʹ֡

 ӵҴ
ӵҧȵѹ§ͧطҹ觪ҵ˭ Դҡ繹ӵѡɳ⢴ԹҴԹչ繷ʹҴ§仢ҧҧҳ 100 Ѻͺѡҧ㹻 зҧҳ 10 ӵշ˭ѺѺҫ觷âͧѵҹҹҪԴ 繻Ш ҧ ҧ зԧ ҹҪԴ 繵

ӵҴҤ
繹ӵ觴٧ա˹ Ѵ仨ҡӵҴҳ 4 Թҧ鹷ҹѧͧҡ . ˭ () зҧҳ 15 ͨ . 5.5 ˭-Ҩչա зҧҳ 6

ӵҵạ
ӵ繹ӵҴҡѡ Դ¹ӫѺѡɳТͧӵ繪 Ŵ蹡ѹŧ 5 ҡҡҧҺ˭-Ҩչ ǧҧ . 6.5-7 շҧԹҷطҹ觪ҵ˭Ѵ Թ§ 500 ж֧ӵá ӵҡШԹաж֧ӵԹҧ ӵҡ ӵҪ йӵҵạ зҧ㹡Թҷ鹻ҳ 3

 شǷȹ .30
÷ 30 Ѫ öǷȹҹ˹ͧ͢طҹ觪ҵ˭繺dzҧ§

شǷȹ (Ǵ)
شǷȹ (Ǵ) Ѻ繨شǷȹ§Ҫ ѡɳФ¼ҹҷ١д֧ ͧҧзǷȹ§ҹѧѴҨչ ͹ҵ繾ҷԵ繴ǧᴧ˹ѹ§

鹷ҧ֧ʹзҧҳ 14
 dzǧ÷ 9 鹷ҧŧشǷȹǴ ҹҴԺҷҡ繵ʹ ⢴Թе鹻 dzо٧ªԴ ʹ ҧ ᫧ҧǧ 繵

 ʹѵ
ʶҹѴӢѺëѵ ʹöª 06.00 . - 18.00 .

ʹѵ˹ͧѡ dz˹ͧѡ 觹Ӣͧѵͺ ˹ͧ 繷˭Ҥҡҧ˭ ѵ ҡҧdz÷ 35 - 36 Ѫ Թաҳ 1

ʹѵԧ dzҧ纹ԧ ͺ ѡɳ繷˭觷ѺѵҷҡԹԹ 繴ԹҵӤѭͧѵԹת ҧҡٹԡùѡͧ˭ ҳ 500

͡ҡ㹺dz˹¾Էѡطҹ觪ҵԷ .4 (ͧҡ) ѧѴʹѵзԧ ҧҡ˹¾Էѡطҹ觪ҵ ҳ 2 㹷˭ҵԴ» ԧѹҡᾧ շǷȹ§ҡ 繨ս٧зԧ͡ҡԹdz öҡʹѵѴਹ

鹷ҧ֡Ҹҵ
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Khao Yai National Park

General Information

Khao Yai is Thailands oldest National Park, September 1962. In 1982 it was enlisted as an ASEAN heritage site due to its variety of flora and fauna, and is now world - famous. Khao Yai has also been nominated as a World Heritage Site. It is Thailands third largest Nation Park, covering an area of 2,165.55 sq.km. and its highest peak, Khao Rom, reaches an elevation of 1,351 m. above sea level. Khao Yai is part of the Dongrak Range, which forms a mountainous wall fencing the northeast plateau form the central plain of Thailand. Park headquarters are situated roughly 200 km northeast of Bangkok. The park extends across four provinces: Saraburi, Nakhon Nayok, Nakhon Ratchasima and Prachinburi. Khao Yai has many attractions, including waterfalls, a rich diversity of plants [approx. 2,000 species], plentiful wildlife and an interesting cultural history. It is easy to understand why Khao Yai is Thailands most popular National Park.


Khao Yai National Park is one of six related areas under the management of National Parks, Wildlife and plant Conservation Department, which together constitute Queen sirikits dong phayayen Khao Yai Forest Complex, in recognition of Her Majesty the Queens 72nd birthday anniversary. The other five areas are Pangsida National Park; Ta Phraya National Park; Thap Lan National Park: Phraputtachai National Park; Phraputtachai National Park and Dongyai Wildlife Sanctuary. See the relevant brochures for more information on each area.

Cultural Interest: Khao Yai National Park retains evidence of a recent human history which stretches back at least 100 years. In 1902, 30 families from the nakhon Nayok Province moved to the Khao Yai hills. Here, they farmed rice, hunted and collected forest products for sale. Due to lack of transport and road access, the village become a hideout for bandits and criminals in the early 1950s, including political criminals. By the end of 1961, The government dissolved the village, forcing the villagers to return to the lowlands.

Look for evidence of the villages and farms, which survive today, in the form of grasslands that can be seen along the roar near the park headquarters.

For much generation, Khao Yai has been a part of life for the villages surrounding the park. Today, the Khao Yai area is still home to many people, and the communities living within and near the national park have a fundamental role in determining the future of this important ecosystem and world famous national park. These communities are also important in conserving the areas history through their stories of, and past experience within the area.

Topography
Khao Yai National Park consists of complicated mountains such as Khao Rom, the highest about 1,351 meters, Khao Lam about 1,326 meters, Khao Keaw about 1,292 meters, Khao Sam Yod about 1,142 meters, Khao Far Pha about 1,078 meters, Khao Kampang about 875 meters, Khao Samor Poon about 805 meters and Khao Kaew about 802 meters above sea level. Moreover, the area has vastly grassy field alternating with productive forest. The north and the east part are smoothly sloping down, while the south and the west part are rising up. The area is the source of five main rivers as follows.

1) Prachin Buri River
2) Nakhon Nayok River situated in the south part and important for local agriculture and economy, meet each other in Chachoengsao District to become Bangpakong River go to the Gulf of Thailand.
3) Lam Ta Kong River
4) Praplerng River, in the north part, go to maintain the agriculture of Korat Plateau and meet Moon River, the main river of Southern Isan that goes to Khong River.
5) Muag Lek Stream, located in the northwest part and going to Pasak River in Muag Lek District, is valuable for local agriculture and cattle, and has water all the year round.

Climate
Khao Yai has three main seasons, with an annual mean temperature of 23 ? C, though this varies greatly with the seasons.

Rainy Season: May-October. During this season, it rains most days, resulting in stunning waterfalls. The atmosphere is humid, with average daytime temperatures of 27? C, In the humidity, flora and fauna flourish, whilst after the rain there is clean air and clear visibility (great for photograph!).

Cold season: November- February. This is the most popular time to visit Khao Yai, as clear, sunny and cool weather are ideal for hiking and nice sunsets are common. The days average around 22? C, while the nights can drop to 10? C.

Hot Season: March-April Even in the hot season, Khao Yai does not experience of heat felt elsewhere in the country. Daytime temperatures reach between a high 20? C, to a low 30? C, During this season it is dry and often windy. Waterfalls can be dry by April.

Flora and Fauna
Tropical moist evergreen forest covers the central area of Khao Yai National Park. The rich diversity of plants (about 2,000 species) astound the new-comer. Towering trees draped in mosses, climbers and epiphytes, tangled trunks of the strangling figs, drooping lianas and spiny rattan palms, delicate ferns, multicoloured lichens and an ever-changing array of fungi. There is aways something new to discover in the forest. The park has a diverse plant community, comprised of five main vegetation types:

Dry Evergreen Forests: These forests cover the lower slopes of Khao Yai. There are a number of important plant species found within this type of forest, including Dipterocarps and Hopia. Bamboo is also often found in drier forests.

Dry Deciduous Forests: These forests also cover the lower slopes of Khao Yai. The most important plant species found within Deciduous Forests include Afzelia, Xylia and Lagerstroemia.

Tropical Moist Evergreen Forest: Tropical Moist Evergreen Forest covers around 70% of the park, including its central area. Dipterocarps are an important species found within these forests.

Hill Evergreen Forests: This forest type grows above 1,000 m. In Hill Evergreen Forests, the trees are smaller and ferns, mosses and epiphytes abound. Lithocarps and Catanopsis are amongst the most important species found here.

Grasslands: These areas are a unique habitat, and provide a grazing area year round for some of the parks animals. Grassland provides a welcome relief to all the forest . The park mange (burn annually) the grassland to prevent trees from invading and to provide year round grazing for deer, elephants and guar. Wildlife is plentiful (70 mammal species, at least 74 species of herptile and thousands of invertebrates) but often hard to see. Sambar (large, gray-brown, often in groups) and barking deer (smaller, red-brown, usually in pairs or alone) are frequently seen in the grasslands or on spotlighting tours.


Khao Yais forests are teeming with wildlife and birds. Look up and down and form side, tread softly, and listen carefully to discover the real movers and shakers in the forest. Gibbons provide an excellent morning wake-up call with their mournful hoots. Quiet, patient walkers may catch a glimpse of these tree-living apes. Macaques are often seen on the roadsides. Elephants are sometimes spotted at salt-licks or on the road in the evenings and lucky (?) tourists may spot a tiger in the grasslands during the evenings.

Civets, squirrels, porcupines, and wild pigs add a bit of variety. Snakes and lizards usually make their presence known by a rustle in the undergrowth as you are walking. If you see a snake, treat it as dangerous unless you know otherwise!! Geckos are frequently seen catching insects on building walls and ceilings. Cicadas never stop their scratchy hum. Look up and down and from side to side to spot the real movers and shakers in the forest - the insects and invertebrates.

Birds: We've got lots - over 320 species have been recorded. To the non-expert, birds are often just mysterious whistles, trills and calls, or a flutter of wings and a glimpse of colour. Patience is needed,good binoculars and a bird guide help. Roadsides, the old golf course, grasslands and the watching towers are good places to start . Hornbills are quite easy to spot, and hear the "gak gak gak" laugh of the Indian Pied (often seen in big flocks near Nong Pak Chi Tower in the evenings), or the deep resonant "gokgok" of the Great Hornbill (usually seen in pairs or alone, the biggest of Khao Yai's hornbills)

Bats: Nearly 1 million insecteating bats live in a cave on the edge of the Park. Drive about 3 km to the north of the Park Chong entrance gate and take a small track on the left-hand side just past a temple. A few hundred metres up here take a right-hand turn and follow the track to the end. You can climb the hill to the cave. Please do not enter the cave - you will disturb the bats. Allow them to come out for about 3 minutes before taking any flash photography.

Aside Form the flora, fauna and history of Khao Yai, all of which constitute a visit in their own right, the park has many other special attractions which make it a must see on anyones list.

Khao Yai is the source of five main rivers in the northeast of Thailand, including Prachinburi River, Nakhon Nayok River, Lam Ta Khong River, Phraphloeng River, and Muak Lek Stream. These watersheds flow to different areas in Thailands northeast and are particularly valuable for agriculture. The rivers provide the park with many spectacular waterfalls, including Heo Narok [the biggest and highest waterfall in the area] and Heo Suwat. Both can reached on day walk from park headquarters, and are best visited in the rainy or cold seasons.

Please Select Attraction : + Historical Chao Por Khor Yai Shrine + The Beautiful of Nature Sarika Waterfall Kong Kaew Waterfall Pha Kluy Mai Waterfall Heaw Suwat Waterfall Heaw Narok Waterfall Mai Plong Waterfall Wang Heaw Waterfall Takro, Salad Dai, Sompoi Waterfall Krang Kritsana, Heaw Jukjun Waterfall Pha Sai Khul, Pha Krachai, Pha Dang Chang, Pha Ma Nao Pee Waterfall Kang Hin Perng Heaw Sai Waterfall Heaw Pratoon Waterfall Tat Manow Waterfall Tat Ta Phu Waterfall Tat Ta Kong Waterfall Pha Tabak Waterfall Group Km. 30 View Point Khao Khaew View Point Animal Observing Tower Natural Trail Hiking trail Trekking Trail Birding Trail Nang Rong Waterfall Tran Tip Waterfall Animal Observing

hao Por Khor Yai Shrine
Chao Por Khao Yai Shrine, built in 1962, is located on Thanarat Road Km. 24 from Pak Chong District. Traveler, who passes this way before entering the park, regularly stops by to worship and ask for ones wish there.

Sarika Waterfall
Sarika Waterfalls, situated in Nakhon Nayok Province, is the huge waterfalls very famous before the area has been declared a national park.

Kong Kaew Waterfall
Kong Kaew Waterfall is a quite low waterfall, caused by Huy Lam Takong (Lam Takong Stream), the border between Nakhon Nayok Province and Nakhon Si Thamarat Province, which is beautiful and suitable for playing water especially in rainy season. The waterfall is situated 100 meters from Khao Yai National Park Office and Traveling Service Center.

Pha Kluy Mai Waterfall
The waterfall is a medium-size waterfall, also caused by Huy Lam Takong (Lam Takong Stream), which has Wai Dang (Red Orchid) grow on its cliff and be the symbol of its area. The waterfall is situated seven kilometers from Khao Yai National Park Office and can be reached by car and walking.

Heaw Suwat Waterfall
Being well known by many people, Heaw Suwat Waterfall is situated at the end of Thanarat Road and three kilometers from Pha Kluy Mai Waterfall by walking. There is water dropped from 20-meter high cliff onto a pond below which is appropriate for playing water but not in the rains because there are very much cold and heavily flowing water.

Heaw Narok Waterfall
Heaw Narok Waterfall, the biggest and highest waterfall in this area, is situated in the south part of Khao Yai National Park. The waterfall is a three-level cascade, its water drops step by step from 60-meter high of first level to the second and third level with about 90 degrees, approximately 150 meters, to its very deep abyss which is very fearsome when the water falls heavily in the rains.

Mai Plong Waterfall
Mai Plong Waterfall has been known for a long time, and improved to be a new traveling place. It is a five-level cascade, like Heaw Suwat Waterfall and Heaw Narok Waterfall, with its highest level is not more than 12 meters. Traveling to this place, traveler can find beautiful sceneries of rock and stream along the walking way 24 kilometers from Wang Ta Krai. For more information and guidance, please contact officer of Khao Yai National Park Office 9 (Nang Rong).

Wang Heaw Waterfall
Wang Heaw Waterfall, a huge waterfall about 40-60 meters wide, in the middle of the eastern forest of Khao Yai National Park, is situated about 17 kilometers from Khao Yai National Park Office 6 (Sai Yai) and has more and heavy water in the rains. The area is suitable for adventuring and camping lover because traveler has to spend about two days of walk to travel there. Along the trek, traveler can see many kinds of plants, naturally beautiful rock and scenries. This is one of the beautiful waterfalls.

Takro, Salad Dai, Sompoi Waterfall
They are beautiful waterfalls, near ranger station 7 (Prachanta Kham), which are suitable for playing water. Every day, there not only are many local travelers coming to enjoy and play water, but also faraway travelers especially on weekend.

Krang Kritsana, Heaw Jukjun Waterfall
They are big and small waterfall which are as beautiful as others, especially about-25-meter Heaw E-um Waterfall. The area is suitable for camping and enjoying sceneries.

Pha Sai Khul, Pha Krachai, Pha Dang Chang, Pha Ma Nao Pee Waterfall
The medium-size waterfalls, in Khao Lam Mountain in the north part of Khao Yai national park, are caused by Krokde Stream dropping from 15 meters and flowing on rock surface. The waterfalls, which have unique beautifulness. There are suitable for camping lover.

Kang Hin Perng
Kang Hin Perng, five kilometers from Khao Yai Forest Reservation Office 2 (Pha Kradart), is a big rapids water which drop down looks like stair, and famous place for shooting the rapids by boat.

Heaw Sai Waterfall
Heaw Sai Waterfall is a waterfall about 700 meters south of Heaw Suwat Waterfall. There is a 5-meter-high cliff spreading over the stream which, in the rains, has heavy water flowing on the rock surface beautifully. Traveler can walk about 700 meters from Heaw Suwat Waterfall or about 8.3 kilometers, on a pathway Kong KaewHeaw Suwat, from Khao Yai National Park Office. There are many interesting things along the pathway, for examples, herb and wild mushroom.

Heaw Pratoon Waterfall
Heaw Pratoon Waterfall is a waterfall of Lam Takong Stream like, and two kilometers from Heaw Sai Waterfall. Traveler can walk from Heaw Suwat Waterfall or about 8 kilometers, on a pathway Kong KaewHeaw Suwat, from Khao Yai National Park Office. Te waterfall consists of beautiful cliff which is large and high.

Tat Manow Waterfall
Manow Waterfall is a small and beautiful waterfall on the southwest part. Traveler can set off walking from the back yard of Khao Yai TAT Food Building through rain forest, which has many kinds of plant and herb interesting for studying along the pathway, about 5-6 kilometers.

Tat Ta Phu Waterfall
Tard Taphu Waterfall, in the southwest part of Khao Yai National Park, is caused by Huy Raya (Raya Stream) flowing step by step on rock surface sloping down about 100 meters long. The area is suitable for camping lover. And about 10 kilometers nearby, there are grassy fields alternating with forest which is the habitat for many kinds of animal, for example, barking deer, deer, wild elephant, seladang and many kinds of bird.

Tat Ta Kong Waterfall
Tard Ta Kong Waterfall is a very beautiful waterfall next from Tard Taphu Waterfall about four kilometers. Traveler can set off from the back yard of Khao Yai TAT Food Building with about 15 kilometers, or start from Khao Yai-Prachin Buri Road Km. 5.5 with about six kilometers to the waterfall.

Pha Tabak Waterfall Group
Pha Tabak Waterfall Group is a group of not very small waterfalls coursed by Huy Num Sub (Num Sub Stream) which its water drops step by step with about five levels. The pathway, provided by Khao Yai National Park, to enter the area is at Km. 6.5-7, Khao Yai-Prachin Buri Road. Traveling on the pathway 500 meters, traveler can find the first waterfall called Pha Krajai Waterfall, and go further for Pha Hin Kwang Waterfall, Pha Raksai Waterfall, Pha Chompu Waterfall and Pha Tabak Waterfall, all the distance is approximately three kilometers.

Km. 30 View Point
At Km. 30, Thanarat Road, traveler can enjoy seeing scenery in the north part of Khao Yai National Park which is very broad and beautiful.

Khao Khaew View Point
Khao Khaew View Point (Pha Trom Jai), looks like Nok Kao Cliff in Phu Kra Daung, is a place for enjoying scenery and famous for traveler. Traveler on the location can see Rom Mountain crossing the forest very long from left to right and beautiful scenery of the dawn, in Prachin Buri Province, which has the beautifully red sunrise on the ridge of Rom Mountain.

Animal Observing Tower
Observing Tower is a place for travelers hiding themselves for observing animals. There are two towers enable from 06.00 a.m. to 06.00 p.m. as follows

Nong Phug She Tower Locating near Nong Phug Shee pond which is the source of water for many kinds of animal, and walking about one kilometer from Km. 35-36 Thanarat Road, Nong Phug She Tower has vastly cogon grass field and salt lick for animal.

Mo Sing To Tower Locating near Mo Sing To pond which is the source of water for many kinds of animal, opposite reservoir up the hill from the headquarters and restaurants between 500 metre.

Natural Trail

This trail, leading to Kong Kaeo Waterfall, includes interpretative information for those wishing to understand more about the forest they are visiting.

Hiking trail
There are 6 Hiking Trails which are about 2-8 kilometers and 1-5 hours of walking. Travelers have to ask for permission from the parks officer before taking a trip.

Trekking Trail
These trails involve one to three days trekking and camping around Khao Yai. For more information, refer to Khao Yai National Park Trekking Trails and Adventure activities in and around Khao Yai guidebook. [Ask at the parks office to purchase a copy

Birding Trail
Khao Yai is one of the best birding places. These all leave from around the park headquarters. Bird watching can also be done on the sides of the road and around the old golf course.

Nang Rong Waterfall
Nang Rong Waterfalls, situated in Nakhon Nayok Province, is the huge waterfalls very famous before the area has been declared a national park.

Tran Tip Waterfall
They are beautiful waterfalls, near ranger station 10 (Prachanta Kham), which are suitable for playing water. Every day, there not only are many local travelers coming to enjoy and play water, but also faraway travelers especially on weekend.

Animal Observing

in the park aid visitors in sighting animals at nigh, and animal watching with parks staff at night is also possible.

Contact Address
Khao Yai National Park 
P.O. Box 9 Amphur Pak Chong Nakhorn Ratchasima Thailand 30130
Tel. 0 1877 3127, 0 6092 6531, 0 3731 9002 Fax 0 4429 7406, 0 4429 7426 E-mail khaoyai_np@hotmail.com

How to go?
By Car
From Bangkok, Khao Yai is less than 3 hours by car. From Phahonyothin Road the quickest way [160 km] is to turn ring at Rangsit Junction into Highway 305 [Rangsit to Nakhon Nayok]. Before arriving at Pranchinburi, switch left to Highway 33 at Naresuan Junction. Turn left on Highway 3077 which leads northwards another 41 km to the park headquarters.

By Bus
from Bangkok, Buses leave the Northern Bus Terminal (Mo Chit) for Pak Chong and Nakhon Ratchasima about every half-hour. From Pak Chong and Nakhon take a songtaew [pick up truck with two benches] to the park headquarters. It is also possible to take a bus from Mo Chit to Naresuan Junction, and then take a songtaew from there to the park headquarters.


 
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ἹѧѴҪ/map of NAKONRATCHASIMA


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çѧѴҪ/Hotel of NAKONRATCHASIMA

 
 
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