Sak Phu Duen

Address: 119 Moo 6, Pak Chong, 30130, Thailand | Hotel
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        Day 5 - Exploring Khao Yai National Park

        A travel blog entry by reza.27 on Jun 10, 2015

        63 photos

        ... national parks could be established.Khao Yai National Park was then established on September 18, 1962, declared by royal proclamation in the Government Gazette (Book 79, Section 89) as the first national park in Thailand. A major role in its establishment was played by Boonsong Lekakul, one of the 20th ...

        To the bat cave

        A travel blog entry by matt-lewis on May 26, 2015

        8 photos

        ... birds. I just enjoyed the trek itself and being in the jungle. We came out into an open area with a viewpoint for lunch. The viewpoint overlooked a small lake / watering hole and open grassland to the jungle. Then we trekked a bit further until meeting the truck at the road again. We saw load of monkeys. One show off grabbed a lady and proceeded to put on a show right in front of us. I thought ...

        Khao Yai National Park, Thailand.

        A travel blog entry by globetrotter92 on Jan 17, 2015

        7 photos

        ... moving and rustling, nerve racking to think what's going jump out or on me. On the way back in the truck, we were driving down the highway. We heard the same rustling noise so we banged the side of the truck for the driver to stop and reverse back a little. Only to see a humongous male elephant come out of the trees and walk casually down the road with his big massive willy hanging out! My goodness, how rude of him! Park doesn't close until 9pm mister - put it away! We ...

        Khao Yai National Park

        A travel blog entry by i_go_wandering on Jun 26, 2014

        101 photos

        ... could see sparks flying off. We took a walk around the cave, ducking and almost crawling through small spaces. Joe picked up a white puffy ball in the middle of a web, he asked us to gather round whilst he opened it, we all watched with bated breath expecting some baby spiders to run out but as he opened it the whole thing disintergrated into smoke, he was laughing and saying 'only fungus'! The monks come down to the cave every evening after 7pm and use the cave for ...

        Jungle Trekking for Wild Elephants

        A travel blog entry by miklosclan on Oct 31, 2013

        3 comments, 9 photos

        ... in a wide open field - phew! We could see him far in the distance as we approached and he was too busy with his salt to go on any stampede in our direction. Success! All in all it was a fabulous day - one that will surely be high on our most memorable for this trip. But it didn't end with the elephant - no, no. No day in the jungle would be complete without a venomous snake - check! A gorgeous waterfall - check! And humungous ...