|Wildlife in Thailand :
Thailand has been profusely gifted by nature. It is studded by national parks, sanctuaries and lakes,
which provide shelter to animals, birds and marine life. Thai wildlife and marine tourism centers have carved a niche for themselves.
Have a virtual glance on the assets of Thai national parks, sanctuaries and lakes. Get informed what they have to offer.
Ao Phang Nga National Park
Ao Phang Nga is a place not to be missed. Idyllic coastlines, strange structures jutting out of seawater, frothy waterfalls, mysterious caves and abundant marine life exert an irresristible pull on the tourists. It is also an ideal destination for the bird lovers, for they can watch several rare bird species here.
Bung Boraphet Marine Sanctuary
Thailand's largest freshwater lake, Bung Poraphet is home of 44 species of marine plant life and 162 species of bird. Rare Princess Sirindhorn bird has brought the name of Bung Boraphet on the lips of every bird lover. A sanctuary is located at the southern part of the lake.
Chaloem Rattanakosin National Park
Watching wild creatures in their natural home is definitely something which gives immense joy to the wildlife lovers. And when there are bubbling waterfalls and cool plesant cave to explore, the joy become manifold.
Erawan National Park
Matchless Erawan Waterfalls, counted among the most fantastic falls in Asia, are the foremost attraction of the National Park. More beautiful falls, very nice spots for picnicking and making fun, accompany it. There are huge caves, decorated with strange limestone formations. And not to mention, the National Park is teeming with wildlife.