He was opened in September 1962 the first National Park in Thailand. Since 2005, the National Park belongs to the cultural heritage of the world. The Park has an area of approx. 2200 sqm. The Park shows different landscape types, from dry to rain forests, and grasslands. The highest elevation is the Khao Rom 1351 m. There are still about 300 wild Asian elephants, a few Indonesian Tiger, about 100 Gaur, Samba deer, and many predators. Quantities of the various apes (Javanese monkeys, pig, monkey, bear Macaque and two Gibbons), bird lovers are thrilled. Over 350 different species live in Khao Yai nation park. Over 1 million bats living on the edge of the Park. There are 4 different waterfalls, which in the rainy season, the largest has a height of 80 m
On the back of a mighty elephants, on the edge of the National Park, it passes through mountains, forests and fin. It is an unforgettable experience
PhimaiPhimai is an ancient city in the province of Nakhon Ratchasima. Known mainly as a result of the temple complex of Prasat Phimai is Phimai, which arose during the Khmer period in the 11th century and played an important role during the heyday of Angkor in Cambodia as a religious centre. The ruins of Phimai are main attractions of ISANs.
Temple Prasat Hin Phimai
Sai Ngam – Heiliger Banyan Baum
One more point of interest - about two kilometers outside of the city centre - is the Holy Banyan tree. Surrounded by the water of the Mun River is this 350-year-old, huge tree that was once from a single, multiplied and expanded, on a small island
Wat Luang Phor Toh
When you drive by and 45 mins towards Corat, you can place a memory near the town Sikhiu to a Virhan. 1950-born actor Sarapong Chatree is the initiator of this sacred building, which are very here worshipped in Thailand which is dedicated to monk Luang Phor Somdei Phra Buddha Toh Ransi Brahma. Luang Phor Toh in the 19.Jahrhundert was the most famous and popular monk in Thailand