This is Thailand's second largest national park, covering an area of more than 2235 square kilometers. It is home a number of animals including tigers, elephants, samba deer, barking deer, gibbons, and great hornbills. It is also a natural habitat for talipot palm (ton Laan) used in the past to record Buddhist manuscripts. Park facilities are fairly minimal, though there are three 6-bed bungalows in the park (1800 Baht per bungalow per night) and it is possible to camp there (50 Baht per person per night). It is recommended that visitors have the park rangers organize a tour if they want to explore the park in any detail.
This mark is located in the north of Prachinburi province, 32 kilometers north of Kibinburi on route 204. There is no public transport available.
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