Thailand is one of the most popular tourist places all over the world. It has everything that a tourist wants to see on his vacation. It is blessed with natural beauty where we can enjoy ourselves. It has so much natural beauty that its natural heritage has been nominated in the world natural heritage list. World heritage sites make a list of both the natural and cultural heritage of a country. Of which the World Natural Heritage of Thailand (มรดก โลก ทาง ธรรมชาติ ของ ไทย, which is the term in Thai) is also nominated.
If you are planning to travel to Thailand, it would be the best opportunity to visit the World Natural Heritage of Thailand, including the following places. It would be best if you put it into your traveling checklist so that you will get all of them.
Dong Phayayen-Khao Yai Forest Group
In 2005 it was declared a world natural heritage. It consists of 5 conserved national parks of which one of the famous Khao Yai National parks.
Kaeng Krachan Forest Group
It is one of the last forests in Thailand. It is situated in the fertile soils of the Tanasori mountain range.
Andaman Sea Conservation Sites
The conservation sites in the Andaman Sea include 6 different natural parks. The national parks depict the natural heritage of Thailand. You will get to see a different marine life here. Take advantage of this if you are ever visiting Thailand.
Thung Yai Naresuan – Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuary
It was the first natural heritage of Thailand that was declared in 1991. it is one of the most extensively conserved forests in Southeast Asia. It covers almost three provinces. Visiting this place can be payable.
It is one of the most substantial evergreen forests you have ever seen. The soil here is fertile as it consists of many rivers. The green forest, rivers, and wildlife sanctuaries make it one of the best natural heritages in Thailand.
It is a beautiful national park. More than 51 islands are part of this national park, and Koh Taruto is one of the biggest islands. You can visit this any day on this island as it is open daily for visitors. It is located on Andaman Island; hence, you will enjoy both beaches and forest life. It is better to hire a tourist guide to learn about its history, cultural and natural heritage.