Khao Yai

  • Cafe

    The 5 beautiful cafes in Khao Yai you need to visit

    It’s impossible to get bored in Bangkok, but if you want a change of scenery without travelling too far, a visit to Khao Yai might be the answer. Located around 2.5 hours by car from the capital, Khao Yai is blessed with breathtaking natural landscapes. Most visit to explore its lush forests, beautiful waterfalls, and mesmerising wildlife. Today, however, Khao…

  • Thailand News

    Khao Yai’s Haew Narok Waterfall dries amid Thailand drought

    Khao Yai National Park‘s iconic Haew Narok Waterfall has run dry due to prolonged drought conditions, leaving tourists with alternative picturesque natural viewpoints to enjoy. Amid rising concerns from visitors about the state of the park’s waterfalls, the head of Khao Yai National Park, Chaiya Huai Hong Thong, confirmed the impact of the dry season on the water flow. Chaiya…

  • Thailand News

    ALRO refutes claims of issuing illicit land titles

    The Agricultural Land Reform Office (ALRO) of Nakhon Ratchasima refuted claims of issuing Sor Por Kor land titles within the boundaries of Khao Yai National Park. The office is investigating allegations of its officials’ involvement in the illicit act. In the recent past, about 2,933 rai of land positioned in tambon Moosi of Pak Chong district, within the perimeters of…

  • Thailand News

    New Year’s prayer ceremony attracts tourists at Khao Yai National Park

    Tourists gathered for a New Year’s prayer ceremony at a temporary tent area on Khao Yai National Park‘s Rong Mountain. Amid the chilly weather, with temperatures dropping to 11 degrees Celsius at midnight of January 1 numerous tourists participated in the Buddhist chanting and New Year’s prayers. Despite the cold weather, tourists flocked to join the New Year prayers, welcoming…

  • Thailand News

    Legal eagle swoops in after Khao Yai hotel sparks outrage by allegedly firing employee mourning her dying mother

    A Thai lawyer has stepped in to solve the controversial case of a young Thai woman from Buriram Province who was allegedly sacked at a high-end hotel in Khao Yai after requesting leave to care for her dying mother. The Thai lawyer, Lawyer Ronnarong Kaewpetch, head of the Social Justice Settlement Network, yesterday discussed the incident and provided legal insights. According…

  • Guides

    5 amazing Khao Yai restaurants you must visit

    Nestled in the heart of Thailand, Khao Yai National Park is not only known for its stunning landscapes and wildlife but also for its culinary scene. Visitors are in for a treat as Khao Yai offers diverse dining options, from traditional Thai cuisine to international delicacies. In this article, we will explore five stunning Khao Yai restaurants. Here are 5…

  • Things To Do

    Khao Yai’s top five things to do and see

    Thailand is full of natural beauty, and Khao Yai may be one of the most picturesque regions in the country. Just a three-hour drive from Bangkok, this natural wonderland is teeming with amazing photo ops. The location of Khao Yai is in Thailand’s eastern region and the province of Nakhon Ratchasima. Known as one of the big four cities of…

  • Thailand Travel

    Boho Wanderlust in Thailand’s Great Outdoors

    One of the most notable transformations for both domestic and international travellers in Thailand post-pandemic has been the realization that the old-school beach holiday stereotype is out the window. Rivers, mountains, farms, or even a jungle trek are now the hot ticket. For those who went to the just-wound-up Wonderfruit, you’ve already caught the vibe, and it won’t go away.…

  • Environment News

    VIDEO: Rare footage reveals family of tigers feeding on prey in Thailand

    Rare footage of a family of wild tigers feeding on prey in Isaan’s Dong Phayayen – Khao Yai Forest Complex has been captured by Thailand’s Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation. With only 250 wild tigers estimated to be left in Thailand, the chances of capturing footage of tigers are next to none. The short clip shows a…

  • Things To Do

    5 hotels you have to stay in Khao Yai to escape into nature

    When planning our perfect vacation, we usually face a dilemma- the beach or the mountain? Thailand has many beautiful beaches but did you know that your escape into the serene mountainous nature is just three hour’s drive away from the bustling city of Bangkok? Khao Yai, which literal translation is ‘the large mountain’, is home to Thailand’s first national park.…

  • Thailand News

    21 million baht lawsuit filed against resort after man trampled to death by elephant

    Almost a year has passed since an elephant trampled a man to death at a hotel resort in the Isaan province Nakhon Ratchasima. Today, a lawyer, authorised by the man’s wife, has filed a lawsuit amounting to 21 million baht in damages against the resort. 53 year old Raja Thiraphitthayatrakul was trampled to death by an elephant which came loose…

  • Northern Thailand News

    Khao Yai hotel threatening 3 million baht lawsuit for bad review named

    More details have emerged as the hotel in Khao Yai in Nakhon Ratchasima has held tight in their vow to sue a woman who left a slightly negative review for 3 million baht. The names of the resort and the woman involved were made more public as a lawyer representing the woman gave details about the incident. Sittra Biebangkerd said…

  • Northern Thailand News

    Top 10 rules to avoid an elephant squishing your car

    PHOTO: Khaosod English After the video of a bull elephant sitting on a car whilst it was trying to drive through Khao Yai National Park in Nakhon Ratchasima went viral, officials have come up with 10 rules to follow when confronted by a wild elephant who has an unnatural attraction to your car. The 35 year old tusked elephant, Duea,…

  • Northern Thailand News

    Bodies of 8 dead elephants risk contaminating reservoir in Thai national park

    PHOTO: Thai PBS Officials are concerned that the bodies of eight elephants who died after plunging down a waterfall in Khao Yai national park, central Thailand, now risk contaminating the park’s water flowing into a nearby reservoir. Thai PBS World reports that officials at the Khun Dan Prakan Chon reservoir plan to take a boat upstream to Khlong Ton Sai…