Thailand’s national parks continue to bear the brunt of the country’s devastating floods. Seventeen national parks in the kingdom are now temporarily closing waterfalls and other natural sites due to the floods, Nation Thailand reported yesterday.
Below is a list of the 17 sites that will be temporarily closed:
- Mae Keong Luang waterfall in Wiang Kosai National Park
- Tat Mok and Song Nang waterfalls and the Huaibong service area in Tat Mok National Park
- Doi Kham Fah in Pha Daeng National Park
- Tourists sites and accommodations in Khuean Srinagarindra National Park
- Tourists sites and accommodations in Na Yung Nam Som National Park
- Hin Samchan, Huay Toei, and Huay Pai waterfalls in Phu Ruea National Park
- Mae Sa and Mok Fa waterfalls in Doi Suthep-Pui National Park
- Tha Pai Hot Spring in Huai Nam Dang National Park
- Man Dang waterfall in Phu Hin Rong Kla National Park
- Tham Than Lot Yai and Tham Than Lot Noi in Chaloem Rattanakosin National Park
- Nab Daw campground and Huai Khe waterfall in Nam Phong National Park
- Laem Samran campground in Phu Kao-Phu Phan Kham National Park
- Accommodations in Sai Yok National Park
- Water activities in Khao Yai National Park
- Water activities in Ta Phraya National Park
- Water activities in Pang Sida National Park
- Water activities in Thap Lan National Park.
Thailand’s national parks office urges visitors to check official updates on the sites HERE.
National parks across the country have been temporarily closing their waterfalls due to overflows. In August, the water level in Khao Yai National Park’s Nang Rong Waterfall rose to over half a metre, submerging a bridge.
At another national park in the province, water levels rose to a level not seen in years. The water levels at Wang Takrai park in the Sarika subdistrict were between 50 centimetres and 1 metre.
Issued by The Nation
Published by The Thaiger 6.October 2022