|Khao Yai National Park|
|Location||Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand|
|Nearest city||Pak Chong District|
|Coordinates||14°26′29″N 101°22′11″ECoordinates: 14°26′29″N 101°22′11″E|
|Area||2,168 km2 (837 sq mi)|
Are there crocodiles in Khao Yai?
Even though Siamese crocodiles are widely bred in the zoos and crocodile parks, few are found in the wild and they are listed “critically endangered” on the International Union for Conservation of Nature’s red list. Only the two living in Lam Ta Kong Stream have been found in Khao Yai National Park.
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.
How can I go to Khao Yai from Bangkok?
Bangkok to Khao Yai National Park bus services, operated by Pakchong Carrent 2009, depart from Bangkok Mochit New Van Terminal station. Train or bus from Bangkok to Khao Yai National Park? The best way to get from Bangkok to Khao Yai National Park is to train which takes 3h 53m and costs ฿100 – ฿1100.
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.
What time does Khao Yai National Park close?
Khao Yai’s gates are open from 6am to 6pm, though you can exit after 6pm if you stay in the park for a night safari. Haew Narok and Haew Suwat waterfalls close at 5pm. Park restaurants also close at 6pm, making it important to plan meal times carefully. The Visitor Center, however, is open from 8am to 9pm.