- 1 How do I get from Bangkok to Khao Yai?
- 2 Is Khao Yai worth visiting?
- 3 How much does it cost to visit Khao Yai National Park?
- 4 How do you get from Bangkok to Khao Kho?
- 5 What is the best time to visit Khao Yai?
- 6 What can we do in Khao Yai?
- 7 Are there tigers in Khao Yai National Park?
- 8 Where can I see sunset in Khao Yai?
- 9 What can kids do in Khao Yai?
- 10 How do you get around Khao Yai National Park?
- 11 Is Khao Yai a rainforest?
- 12 How do I get to HAEW Narok Waterfall?
How do I get from Bangkok to Khao Yai?
The best way to get from Bangkok to Khao Yai National Park is to train which takes 3h 53m and costs ฿100 – ฿1100. Alternatively, you can minivan, which costs ฿280 and takes 4h.
Is Khao Yai worth visiting?
Easily accessible from Bangkok, Khao Yai National Park offers a nature retreat with everything you could ask for: hiking trails, mountains, waterfalls and wildlife. Khao Yai National Park is one of the most-visited national parks in Thailand. Here’s why the national park is so popular and also worth the visit.
How much does it cost to visit Khao Yai National Park?
The entrance fee is 400 Baht for adults and 200 Baht for children, Thai citizens pay 40 Baht for adults and 20 Baht for children. When camping or staying in one of the bungalows inside the national park, the entrance tickets will be valid for 3 days, otherwise the entrance tickets are valid for one day only.
How do you get from Bangkok to Khao Kho?
You can get to Khao Kho via several ways – by bus, car or flight. The cheapest way is by bus from the Bangkok Bus Terminal (Mochit 2) to Lomsak Transport Station followed by another bus from the Lomsak District to Khao Kho District. The journey by bus from Bangkok to Khao Kho is about 9 to 10 hours.
What is the best time to visit Khao Yai?
The best months for good weather in Khao Yai National Park are January, February, March, June, August, October, November and December. On average, the warmest months are February, March, April and May. Khao Yai National Park has dry periods in January, February and December. The rainiest months are August and September.
What can we do in Khao Yai?
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- 1) Primo Piazza: Feed Sheep and Alpacas in ‘Italy’
- 2) PB Wine Valley: Go wine tasting in Khao Yai’s own vineyard.
- 3) Jim Thompson Farm: Feast your eyes on never-ending flower fields.
Are there tigers in Khao Yai National Park?
There are no tigers in Khao Yai, and there have not been any for at least 20 years.
Where can I see sunset in Khao Yai?
Thap Lan National Park on the east corner of Khao Yai National Park, just south of Nakhon Ratchasima province. Perched high on a mountaintop in Thailand’s central plateau, Pha Kep Tawan is an amazing viewpoint for both sunrise and sunset.
What can kids do in Khao Yai?
12 Family Friendly Attractions in Khao Yai
- Chokchai Farm. The Chokchai Farm is a fun-loving emulation of the American Wild West in the Thai countryside.
- Rai Thong Somboon Club.
- Primo Piazza.
- Bonanza Exotic Zoo.
- Khao Yai Speed Kart.
- Panther Creek Resort.
- Farm Mor Por.
- Scenical World: Life Park & Splash World.
How do you get around Khao Yai National Park?
Scooter is one of best ways to get around in Khao Yai National Park and is best way to spot big mammals such as elephants on your own. There is an elder couple on the first campsite that sells fuel in bottle when needed. Scooters can be rent for 300B a day in Pak Chong or for 600B a day at park entrance at north.
Is Khao Yai a rainforest?
Forest: The jungle of Khao Yai National Park consists of various types of forest. The high humidity areas are tropical rain forest and hilly evergreen forest (mostly above 1,000 meters). This high density jungle covers more than 70% of the park.
How do I get to HAEW Narok Waterfall?
Haew Narok Waterfall is south of the park office ( Nern Horm Gate ) on the way to Prachin Buri. Visitors will have to walk 1 kilometre from the main road to reach the viewpoint where the beautiful waterfall can be seen.