If you want to hit the pause button on your busy life and take some time off, smell the flowers, then head off to Thailand. The natural riches of this country, whose landscapes are an explosion of color, make it the paradise for nature. To enjoy it, take a trip to Kaeng Krachan National Park, Petchaburi. It is the largest National Park of Thailand; about 60 kilometers from the province capital, covering an area of 2,915 sq km. Looking at the rich tropical rainforest covering the rugged mountains along the border of Myanmar will surely blow you away.
Kaeng Krachan National Park features 40 types of mammals, including Malayan sun bear and spotted leopard among others. Apart from the huge assortment of flora and fauna Kaeng Krachan is a heaven for birdwatchers with over 250 identified species of birds. Unlike any place you have been, this is not your lazy walk in the park thing. Wide spread, covering parts of Nong Ya Plong (Kaen Krachan), Tha Yang (Phetchaburi), and Hua Hin (Prachuap Khiri Khan) district, the Kaeng Krachan National Park is a whole world of beauty. Besides watching the wildlife and enjoying the picturesque scenes, you can enjoy other outdoor activities like hiking, rafting, and more.