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Khao Yai National Park in Thailand

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Khao Yai is one of the five largest reserves in the world. It is the oldest national park in Thailand. It is very popular with tourists and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Khao Yai is located 175 kilometers from Bangkok in a vast mountainous region near the Korat plateau. The park covers an area equal to   two thousand square kilometers.   Khao Yai abounds in picturesque places, there are many streams and waterfalls, as well as several mountain peaks. The most significant of them is Khao Rum Mountain, which is 1351 meters high.

The largest waterfall in Haew Narok Park is 80 meters high. On the territory of Khao Yai there are both alpine meadows, and evergreen forests in the valleys. Over one hundred and fifty species of various representatives of the fauna live in these places, in addition, you can see rare and very beautiful plants here.

Wild elephants, gibbons and Malaysian sun bears are found in the park. The caves located in Khao Yai are home to a huge number of bats.

This park, opened in 1959, is extremely popular for tourists. Here you can relax and spend the whole weekend enjoying the perfection of the wildlife.

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Author: Kelly Costine