A young macaque clings to its mother’s body, killed on a Khao Yai road this week. The baby’s confused cries … Continue reading Wildlife crossing: Drive with care!
A moment at sunset captured by photographer Laurence Norah as bats stream out of caves, forming a living plume over … Continue reading Khao Yai’s not so secret bat cave
Dramatic growth in the number of people vising Khao Yai National Park over the past decade means there are now … Continue reading Wildlife safety tips for drivers
This year, Khao Yai National Park opened its completely upgraded Visitors’ Information and Education Center. Gone are the dusty taxidermy … Continue reading New Park Visitors’ Center opens
Three years after the original flying bear incident at Khao Yai, Sunny touched down in Bangkok to prepare for his … Continue reading Bears Might Fly 2
Khao Yai National Park attracts between 500,000 and 1 million visitors every year, sometimes more. With high volume tourism, park … Continue reading Making tourism wildlife friendly
Cabbages & Condoms Cabbages & Condoms Restaurant and Resort at Sap Tai is nestled in a valley surrounded by the … Continue reading Five great places to stay