The nature reserves and best national park in Thailand

best national park in Thailand

The nature reserves and best national park in Thailand

Another good reason to visit Thailand is its national parks. Its nature reserves, its marine national parks, areas that preserve a very rich flora and fauna. In some cases, have been considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here we present a list of best national park in thailand. 

Best national park in thailand

Khao Phra Wihan National Park

The central ones include the National Parks. of Ko Chang Khao Sam Roi and Kaeng Krachan. In Northern Thailand, the National Parks include Doi Inthanon, Mae Ping National Park, Nao National Park, and Doi Suthep National Park.

In Thailand, the National Parks and the National Marine Parks are selected and managed by the Department of National Thailand of National Parks, while the Forest Parks are regulated and owned by provincial governments.

The Ramsar wetlands in Thailand are considered of international importance under the Ramsar Convention of 1975. WWF considers these wetlands to be one of the most threatened ecosystems due to salinization, loss of vegetation, excessive development, and flooding.

UNESCO World Heritage Sites

There are two UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Thailand that take care of nature conservation and national park conservation. These are the forest complexes of Dong Phayayen Khao Yai and Thungyai Huai Kha Khaeng, wildlife sanctuaries

National Parks in Chumphon

• Mu Ko Chumphon National Park

National Parks in Krabi

• Hat Noppharat Thara-Mu Ko Phi Phi
Khao Phanom Bencha
Mu Ko Lanta
Than Bok Khorani National Park

National Parks in Nakhon Si Thammarat

• Hat Khanom National Park Mu Ko Thale Tai
• Khao Luang
• Khao Nan
• Yong Nam Tok
• Namtok Si KHIT National Park

National Parks in Narathiwat
• Ao Manao Khao Tanyong
• Budo Su Ngai Padi
• Namtok Sipo National Park

National Parks in Pattani
• Namtok Sai Khao National Park

National Parks in Ao Phang Nga
• Ao Phan Nga
• Khao Lak Lam Ru
• Khao Lampi National Park Hat Thai Mueang
• Mu Ko Ra
• Mu Ko Similan

National Parks in Phatthalung

• Khao Pu Khao Ya National Park

National Parks in Phuket

• Sirinath National Park

National Parks in Ranong

• Laem Son
• Lam Nam Kraburi
• Mu Ko Phayam
• Namtok Ngao National Park

National Parks in Satun

• Mu Ko Phetra
• Tarutao National Park National
Parks in Songkhla
• Khao Nam Khang National Park
• San Kala Khiri National Park

National Parks in Surat Thani
• Kaeng Krung National Park
• Khao Sok

• Khong Phanom
• Mu Ko Ang Thong National Park

National Parks in Trang
• Hat Chao Mai National Park

National Parks in Yala
• Bang Lang National Park

Here are some facts


Thailand has 148 natural reserves, national parks, and marine national parks. Thailand is home to over 15,000 species of plants and 16,000 species of animals (of which 960 are birds, 310 are reptiles, 107 are amphibians and 285 are mammals). There are over 70,000 species of insects and 1,200 species of butterflies.

This biological diversity derives from the position of Thailand which is in fact between the Tropic of Cancer and the Equator (5.30-20.30 north latitude and 97.2-105.3 east longitude).

The total area of Thailand is over 513 thousand square kilometers and is divided into four main geographical regions. As a result, Thailand’s National Parks vary according to the climatic conditions affecting the diversity of the areas.

The southern region of Thailand peninsula is tropical, there are humid evergreen tropical forests, a coastal landscape with coral reefs and beautiful beaches, northern Thailand is characterized by temperate forests and in the northeast of Thailand, there are sandstone soils with deciduous forests seasonally dry and grasslands.

The national marine parks in Southern Thailand include the Phi Phi National Park, the Marine National Park, the Tarutao Marine National Park of Ao Phang Nga and the Surin Marine National Park.

The southern coastal landscape is divided into two separate seas, the Andaman Sea, on the west coast of The Isthmus of Kra and the Gulf of Thailand.

The visitor who chooses Thailand as a holiday destination will thus be able to take the opportunity to visit the National Park (or National Parks) closest to the place of stay and learn about this beautiful reality of this land full of surprises and wonders.

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