Thailand’s Untainted Wonder!

Voyager For Life

That Thailand is a popular tourist destination is a statement none can deny. A visit to this exotic country means drawing up an itinerary that includes visiting the exquisite Thai beaches, ambling along its chock-a-bloc shopping lanes, gorging on delightful Thai dishes and indulging in the nation’s thrilling life. It is time to add another activity right at the top in this must-visit list – a trip to Thailand’s oldest and most visited res Khao Yai National Park.

Sunrise at Khao Yai National Park

Conveniently located at about 200 kilometres from the bustling capital of Bangkok, Khao Yai National Park stands as one of the largest, unblemished monsoon forests currently inhabiting Asia. Designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2005, Khao Yai is among the largest three national parks in Thailand. It extends over 2,168 sq. km. and is situated on the southwestern boundary of Khorat Plateau, occupying the…

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