Wild Thailand

Khao Yai National Park – Just two hours from Bangkok, the Khao Yai National Park is a world apart. 5 rivers run through this vast reserve which has grasslands alternating with forests. A trip here could involve tracking wild elephants, zip lining or simply posing in front of a jungle temple. The highlight - bat filled caves which come alive at sunset.

Erwan National Park, Kanchanaburi – Seven cascading pools that fall into the Mae Nam Khwae Yai River, set in the jungle, ringed by trees... the fairy tale environs of the Erwan National Park are a must-see item. Hike up 2 km and you can have the pleasure of a dip in the topmost pool.

Khao Sok National Park, South Thailand – The real deal, this park has dense jungle, abundant wildlife and magnificent karst formations. See the giant parasitic Rafflesia flower, Hornbill, Gibbon and Tigers. Hikes, raft, canoe & kayak trips, and elephant safaris are possible. Take your time, as accommodation is in floating lake bungalows complete with rubber ring & canoe!

Pha Ngan Bay National Park, South Thailand – Forget the party islands for a while and immerse yourself in the azure settings of Pha Ngan Bay. The 40 islands in the area have dramatic vertical cliffs, caves and hidden lagoons. It is home to the largest mangrove forest in Thailand. Diving, snorkelling or simply chilling out on Ko Yao Yai are reasons why you should visit.

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Come, imbibe the fine art of creating and crafting Thai delicacies.

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