As a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Khao Yai is one of Thailand’s most visited national parks. as the third largest, it spreads across four provinces, namely Saraburi in the west, Nakhon Nayok in the south, Nakhon Ratchasima in the north and Prachinburi in the east. Its highest peak, at Khao Rom, reaches 1,351 meters above sea level and has breathtaking views that will weaken even the most experienced traveller.
Blessed with fertile valleys, rich and thriving biodiversity, and a lush, mountainous landscape. Just a three hour drive from Bangkok, Khao Yai is the perfect year-round getaway destination. The west side boasts a series of scenic vineyards, producing some of Thailand’s award-winning labels, such as the much loved ‘Pirom Khao Yai Reserve’ and the ‘Sawasdee Chenin Blanc’. The south and east of this region are peppered with a wealth of beautiful natural wonders, ranging from Prachinburi’s jungle-clad waterfalls to Wang Nam Kheo’s ozone-rich valleys.