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But also some other mammals like the Sambar Deer, Palmzibet Cats, Makaks as well as the meanwhile rare Gaur, Whitehand Gibbons, wild Elephants and even a small population of tigers still live in the Khao Yai National Park.

The Park is crossed by more than 500 km (312 miles) of hiking paths which are mainly well indicated by signs. These hiking trails can be selected depending on the weather, the hiker's physical condition and the range of difficulty.

Haew Narok im Khao Yai
Haew Narok
At the starting points for hiking tours, there are small restaurants which are a popular meeting point for trekking specialists and friends of nature.

But on the other hand, during the hiking tours one is often alone with nature and can enjoy it in its diversity. Cackling birds and other sounds of wilderness accompany the hiker. If you are lucky, you can also see some of the various species of the Khao Yai, for instance the horn bill.

Two major rivers cross the Khao Yai National Park, together they have about 20 waterfalls. Some of the waterfalls are quite impressive, others are simply located at romantic places, just like the Haew Suwat, that was also used for the production of the movie "The Beach".

The Khao Yai National Park is certainly one of the most beautiful nature paradises in Thailand and because of its nearness to Bangkok, it can be easily reached via the Province of Prachin Buri.

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A warm "Thank you" goes to the guests of the Palm Garden Lodge who made available their photos of tours in the Khao Yai National Park for this article.