KYNP

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KYNPKhao Yai National Park (Thailand)
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For example, Khao Yai National Park in Thailand is the source of potable water and irrigation in the surrounding areas of the park.
While Thailand remains the ultimate exotic beach destination for many international travelers, Khao Yai's enigmatic and organic appeal is seeing visitor numbers grow annually -- with wine complemening the "back to nature" allure, according to local restauranteur Panchana Vatanasathien, of a region celebrated for its local rustic cuisine (a delectable intersection between Thai, Laos and Khmer cuisine) and crowned by the Khao Yai National Park: with its endemic elephants, gibbons and resplendent hornbills.
The next leg of our visit took us to Nakhon Ratchasima Province where the Khao Yai National Park is located.
The tour takes in Ayutthaya, Khao Yai National Park, Khon Kaen, Sukhothai, Chiang Mai and Mae Chan, visiting markets, food stalls and restaurants serving spicy boat noodles, pad Thai and coconut pud.
After all of this, if you still have time another popular spot outside of Bangkok is the Khao Yai National Park, good for hikes and they also have elephants.
The orchestra, who use donated instruments, were brought together by a professional classical musician whose day job is looking after elephants in the Khao Yai national park in northeastern Nakhon Ratchasima province.
Established in 1962, the 2,100 sq.km Khao Yai National Park was Thailand's first national park.
Mountain Creek Golf Resort The Mountain Creek Golf Resort and Residence opened near ThailandOs Khao Yai National Park. The 27-hole course is the only golf course in the country that has been designed by the late golf great Seve Ballesteros.
One of the main attractions of the area is Khao Yai National Park. A Unesco World Heritage Site due to its status as one of the largest intact monsoon forests remaining in mainland Asia, the park is 2,168 sq km of pure natural beauty.
By lunchtime we're near Khao Yai National Park and sitting before a plate of stir-fried fillet of ostrich at the Great Hornbill Grill in PB Valley (www.khaoyaiwinery.com), an estate that produces world class wine--in fact, Japan consumes 25% of its export.
Two weeks before the onset of fever, the patient had camped at Khao Yai National Park, [approximately equal to] 175 km northeast of Bangkok.