Attractions

Top Choice Waterfall in Khao Yai National Park

Nam Tok Haew Narok

Nam Tok Haew Narok ('Hell Gorge Waterfall') is in the far south of the park, 23km from the visitor centre. Its three levels combine to form a 150m drop, making it the park's biggest. It's pretty easy to walk the 800…
Gallery in Khao Yai National Park

Khao Yai Art Museum

This excellent private gallery has three rooms of modern art from some of Thailand's top artists, including Anupong Chantorn and Lampu Kansanoh, and a sculpture garden. It's 3km east of Th Thanarat turn at the bus s…
Winery in Khao Yai National Park

PB Valley Khao Yai Winery

One of the first wineries in Thailand (it corked its first bottle in 1998), PB Valley is 22.5km from the national-park gate. It's scenically set, offers tours (book in advance) and tastings, a gourmet gift shop, lux…
Winery in Khao Yai National Park

GranMonte

The top-tier winery closest to the park entrance, which is 16km away, is home to Thailand's first female oneologist, Nikki Lohitnavy. It's scenically set, offers tours (book in advance) and tastings, a gourmet gift …
Waterfall in Khao Yai National Park

Nam Tok Haew Suwat

The park's loveliest falls, 25m-high Nam Tok Haew Suwat scooped a starring role in Danny Boyle's film The Beach. It has water year-round (though very little in the hot season) and you can walk down to the bottom, bu…
Viewpoint in Khao Yai National Park

Pha Diew Dai Viewpoint

Up over 1100m this is the most impressive of the park's viewpoints. And it's rarely crowded. It's part of an easy 500m boardwalk nature trail starting 14km from the visitor centre.
Waterfall in Khao Yai National Park

Nam Tok Kong Kaew

Little Nam Tok Kong Kaew sits just 150m from the visitor centre.