Tags : Khao Yai


Man, 80, Killed By Wild Elephant In Khao Yai

NAKHON RATCHASIMA, Jan 15 (TNA) – A wild elephant stomped to death a man, 80, while he was sleeping in his tent at the Khao Yai National Park. The incident happened on the Pha Kluai Mai camping ground. The dead man was identified as Prayote Jitboon, a native of Muang district in Samut Prakan province. […]Read More


Unruly tourists spark alcohol prohibition at parks

Environment Minister Varawut Silpa-archa has pledged to blacklist certain groups of tourists from entering national parks across the country if they cannot refrain from causing damage or littering in the protected areas. Mr Varawut on Saturday wrote on Facebook about reports and complaints about loads of rubbish left by a tourist group at a campsite […]Read More


Khao Yai National Park to reopen to tourists from July

NAKHON RATCHASIMA: Khao Yai National Park, which is set to reopen to tourists from July 1, has regenerated well during the time it has been closed to help contain the Covid-19 pandemic, park director Maj Narin Pinsakul said on Tuesday. Maj Narin said the Khao Yai National Park is now ready to welcome tourists. Full […]Read More


Wild Elephant Straddles Tourists’ Car in Khao Yai

NAKHON RATCHASIMA, Oct 30 (TNA) – A wild elephant has straddled a car full of tourists in Khao Yai National Park, smashing rear window and car roof. The bull elephant aged 35 years which is called by park rangers as Pi Duer, meaning brother stubborn, emerged on a road inside the National Park Tuesday afternoon. […]Read More


Five More Elephant Carcasses Found in Haew Narok Waterfall

NAKHON NAYOK, Oct 8 (TNA) – Five additional wild elephant carcasses have been spotted in the water near the Haew Narok waterfall in the Khao Yai National Park, raising the total number of dead elephants from falling into the strong current to 11. Park rangers are installing big nets downstream to retrieve the carcasses before […]Read More


Haew Narok waterfall declared off-limits after six elephants fell to

Haew Narok waterfall, in Khao Yai national park, has been closed to all as of today (Saturday) after six elephants fell into a deep ravine and drowned. According to a report, submitted to the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation chief Mr. Tunya Netithammakul by the department’s branch office in Prachin Buri province, […]Read More


Driver dies when pickup hits elephant on road in Khao

NAKHON RATCHASIMA: The driver of a pickup truck died when he crashed into a wild elephant crossing a road through Khao Yai National Park in Pak Chong district early on Wednesday night. Nakharin Boonchai, 58, of Bangkok, was alive but badly hurt and still trapped inside the wrecked vehicle when police and rescuers reached the […]Read More


Prachin Buri: Motorists warned of wild elephants

PRACHIN BURI, Oct 24 (TNA) – Motorists are warned of wild elephants, roaming on a road, running through the Khao Yai National Park in Prachin Buri. Head of Khao Yai National Park, Kanchit Srinoppawan said that a herd of more than 25 elephants was spotted on the road near the Noen Hom park entrance. Full […]Read More