What are the safari parks in Thailand?
1. Chiang Mai Night Zoo
2. Safari World Bangkok
3. Elephant Nature Park, Chiang Mai
4. Ao Phang-Nga National Park
5. Khao Sok National Park
6. Khao Yai National Park
7. Doi Inthanon National Park
8. Ang Thong National Marine Park
9. Erawan National Park
10. Kaeng Krachan National Park
What is the largest animal in Thailand?
The Asian elephant is the largest animal in Thailand. Elephants enjoy a high status in Thai culture as a symbol of strength and grace. The Asian elephant's main habitats are in tropical rainforests, monsoon forests and forested ravines, mountain slopes, savannas, bamboo forests and wide areas in Southeast and South Asia. It is the largest surviving land animal in Asia, reaching over 1 meter in length.
Where can I see a real Thai elephant?
Elephant sanctuary park is a friendly alternative to play wiith the elephants in Chiang Mai, where you can really get in touch with these lovely elephants, feed them, play with them, bathe in the river together, walk in the jungle together, and really feel the harmony between man and nature and animals. You can find those elephant sanctuaries in Kanchanaburi, Chiang Mai and Phuket.
What are the two main parks in Bangkok Safari world?
There are two parts in this safari world, one is a wildlife park, and the other is a marine park. The two parts are ticketed separately.
Safari World is not accessible on foot, so you can drive or take a ride (45 baht) (takes about half an hour) to see the animals. Thousands of animals, mostly birds, walk on the road and fly in the sky, and you can see cows, sheep, rhinoceroses, zebras, giraffes, lions, tigers and other animals up close.
The name suggests that it is all about underwater animals, but the Marine Park is a park that can actually be visited on foot. There are many shows inside, including orangutan Muay Thai, sea lion show, elephant show, western cowboy show, dolphin show and bird show, etc.
Khao Yai National Park, the first national park established in Thailand, is also the third largest national park in Thailand. The park is home to a wide variety of wildlife. Common mammals include Asian elephants and gibbons, and the park is home to two rare Siamese crocodiles. Khao Yai is also the national park with the largest population of hornbills in Thailand.
Which natural park is suitable for families and children?
Chiang Mai Night Safari is located at the bottom of Sukhumvit Mountain. This park covers nearly 100 acres of beautiful landscapes with gardens, waterfalls and lakes, in addition to a variety of rare animals.
The park is divided into a herbivore area, a carnivore area and a walking tour area. It is famous for its unique rare animals and the service that allows visitors to get close to wild animals. Whether you are traveling with children or you are naturally fond of animals, you will always find endless fun here.
The highlight here is Night Safari, a nighttime game viewing that starts every night from 18:30 to 22:00.
How to arrange a trip to Khao Sok National Park?
Located on the mainland between Phuket, Krabi and Koh Samui, Khao Sok National Park is the most popular destination in southern Thailand. Up-close encounters with elephants, jungle trekking and canoeing will give you the experience of a lifetime.
It is generally recommended to take a bus from Krabi or Phuket to Khao Sok and then join various one-day, two-day and three-day tours in Khao Sok town. Because of the long distance, it is generally recommended to take more than 2 days trip. This place is too pristine, so you have to join the local group led by a guide, you can not walk blindly in the jungle by yourself.
Khao Sok National Park has the oldest rainforest on earth, over 1.6 million years old, and scientists have found that the rainforest here is not only older than the Amazon rainforest, but also has a richer population of plants and animals.
One of the most interesting areas is the beautiful Cheow Larn Lake in the center of the national park, where there are floating raft houses and luxury tents offering a unforgettable staying experience in the jungle, not to be missed!
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