15 Forests in Thailand that you should visit - With photos & details

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15 Forests to explore in Thailand

One of the most visited countries in the world. Popular for its serene beaches and isalnds, street foods, temples and jungles.

Emerald Pool & Blue PoolKhlong Thom Nuea, Khlong Thom District, Krabi 81120, Thailand

Two beautiful pools at the middle of a WildLife Sanctury.

Khao Khitchakut National Park34 7 Tambon Pluang, Amphoe Khao Khitchakut, Chang Wat Chanthaburi 22210, Thailand

The park covers a rich, verdant forestland of some 58 square kilometers where many herbal plants and wildlife are found. On the top hill, there also Khitchakut Temple where people will flock there every year from February to April to worship the giant rocks on the summit where there is a trace of Buddha's footprint which believes will bring them prosperities.

Khao Kho National Park67 ม.1 ต Sado Phong, Amphoe Khao Kho, Chang Wat Phetchabun 67270, Thailand

Khao Kho is a  commercialised park with a number of villages, hundreds of resorts and other premises throughout the park. Situated in Phetchaburi Province in around 6 hours driving distance from Bangkok, Khao Kho National Park is a very popular holiday destination among local and foreign tourists. The park is popular for it's cooler weather, morning mist covering surrounding valleys, impressive viewpoints, a huge wind farm, temples, various types of gardens, waterfalls, and a number of other att

Khlong Phlu WaterfallKo Chang, Ko Chang District, Trat 23170, Thailand

Klong Plu waterfall on the west coast of Koh Chang island is a popular spot to spend day time. There is a natural swimming pool made up of rocks at the lower part of the waterfall makes it more attractive to tourists.

Lam Nam Nan National Park95 หมู่ที่ 8 Pha Lueat, Tha Pla District, Uttaradit 53190, Thailand

Lam Nam Nan National Park is located about 50 kilometres north of Uttaradit town in Uttaradit Province. It is home to Sirikit Dam,waterfalls and dense forest ecosystem.

Mu Koh Chang National Park23/7 หมู่ที่ 3 ตำบล เกาะช้าง ตำบล เกาะช้าง อำเภอ กิ่ง Ko Chang District, Chang Wat Trat 23170, Thailand

Mu Ko Chang National Park is a marine national park with an area of 650 square kilometres, including 52 islands. Apart from the most important island-- Ko Chang, the other islands like Ko Khlum, Ko Lao Ya Nai, Ko Ngam, Ko Mai Si Yai, Ko Wai, and Ko Rang still remain their natural beauty.

Namtok Pha Charoen National ParkChong Khaep, Phop Phra District, Tak 63160, Thailand

Namtok Pha Charoen National Park is spread in an area of about 855 square kilometers and is located in Phop Phra District of Tak Province. It is home to animals like tigers, wild boars, snakes, porcupines, and numerous other animal species.

Phu Chi Fa Forest ParkUnnamed Road, ตำบล ตับเต่า อำเภอ เทิง เชียงราย 57310, Thailand

One of the most beautiful sunrises in the world can be experienced here. The view of the fog-surrounded hills with the sun coming up is magical.

Ramkhamhaeng National ParkNa Choeng Khiri, Khiri Mat District, Sukhothai 64160, Thailand

The park is also known as Khao Luang by local people. It covers an area of about 341 square kilometers. Ramkhamhaeng National Park is home to Khao Luang mountain range, Sai Rung Waterfall, a herbal garden, and the savannah located in the high country of the Khao Luang range.

Sa Nang Manora Forest ParkNop Pring Subdistrict, Mueang Phangnga District, ตำบล นบปริง อำเภอเมืองพังงา พังงา 82000, Thailand

Sa Nang Manora  is a forest park in southern Thailand. It covers an area of 0.29 km2 of the Khao Thoi-Nang Hong Forest, Nop Pring Sub-district, Mueang District, Phang Nga Province, about four km north of Phang Nga town. It was established on 15 September 1980. The park is on mostly plain terrain with few hills, with the Sa Nang Manora waterfall at the hill Khao Thoi.

Sirikit DamPha Lueat, Tha Pla District, Uttaradit 53190, Thailand

It is Thailand’s largest earth dam, constructed under the Nan River Basin Development Project. Formerly known as Pha Som Dam. The dam and the surrounding area is a place of massive natural beauty and are home to a wide variety of flora and fauna and a diverse range of exotic wildlife.

Sirinat National Park89/1 หมู่ที่ 1 Sakhu, Thalang District, Chang Wat Phuket 83140, Thailand

Sirinat National Park is quite a small coastal park, covering 22 km² of coastal land and 68 km² is sea at the northwest coast of Phuket Island. It is about 30 km north from Phuket Town, right next to Phuket Airport. The park is best known for its white sand beaches and the view of aircraft flying low over a beach for landing. The national park is very commercialized with many resorts in and around the park, frequently visited by a large number of tourists.

Taksin Maharat National Park69 ถนน แม่สอด - ตาก Mae Tho, Mueang Tak District, Chang Wat Tak 63000, Thailand

The Park was previously known as Krabak Yai national park. The park features several stunning attractions including the Thailand's largest tree, the park also features waterfalls, caves, and rock formations.

Tat Mok National ParkNa Pa, Mueang Phetchabun District, Phetchabun 67000, Thailand

Tat Mok National Park is a relatively small national park at 290 km², around 15 km east from Phetchabun City in Phetchabun Province. The main attraction of the park is Tat Mok Waterfall. Both park and the waterfall are named after Tat Mok Mountains. The forest consists of a large variety of Flora and Fauna and is also home for a large variety of living beings.

Wat Nong Pa PhongNon Phueng, Warin Chamrap District, Ubon Ratchathani 34190, Thailand

Established by Venerable Ajahn Chah in 1954, Wat Nong Pah Pong is the main monastery in the Ajahn Chah family of monasteries. It follows the Thai Forest Tradition, mainly focused on meditation other than study.