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Doi Inthanon National Park : Chaing Mai
The 1,005 - square - kilometre park covers Thailand's highest mountain (2,565 metres). The lovely Wachirathan, Siriphum and Mae Pan waterfalls share the mountain with Meo and Karen hilltribe settlements. Forest above 1,800 metres is covered with lichens and wild orchids.
The Khao Yai Natioanl Park : Nakhon Ratchasim, Pachinburi
The Park comprises various mountains, two impotant rivers of Lam Takhong and Nakhon Nayok, with many rare species of fauna and flora and over 20 waterfalls. Camping sites in the park are available.
Thi Lo Su Waterfall : Tak
Locate in the Umphang Wildlife Sanctury, Is the most beautiful in Thailand. Origination from Huai Klotho, It flows down a mountain valley at a height of 200-300 metres. The fall flow down in tiers surrounded by virgin forest. There is a trail to the waterfall from the wildlife sanctuary office. It take approximately 15 minites to walk, and there are places to stop and admire the impressive views from the top.
Hew Narok Waterfall : Nakhon Nayok
This large size waterfall located in the vicinity of Amphoe Pak Phli and under the responsibility of the Khao Yai National Park. It is accessible via Route No. 3077 (Prachin Buri - Khao Yai Route). The waterfall cascades from a 200 metre cliff.
Songkhla Lake : Songkhla
This vast area in southern Thailand is largest inland body of water in Thailand, and is rich in water bird life. As a result, it draws people from all over the world to see Thailand's indigenous birds and species coming to the area from further afield.
Kaeng Krachan : Petchaburi
Kaeng Krachan in Petchaburi, is Thailand's largest national park but still relatively unknown. Bird-watchers can look more than 250 confirmed species, among them the great hornbills and grey peacocks.
Wild-Sunflower Field, Doi Mae U-Kho : Mae Hong Son
Covers a large mountainous area in Tambon Mae U-Kho, some 26 Kilometers from the district. The wild-sunflowers called in Thai "Bua Tong" are in full bloom during November which make the hills and surrounding areas look like plated with gold.
The Khao Yai Natioanl Park : Nakhon Ratchasim, Pachinburi
Khao Yai's dense forests and sprawling high-altitude plains support a broad spectrum of mammal species, including elephants, tigers, gibbons and deer, more than 300 bird species, including giant hornbills and silver pheasants, and more than 2,500 kinds of trees, plants and flowers.
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