Thailand’s Latest Update on National Parks, Waterfalls, Sights & Accommodation in October

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Erawan National Park – All tourist sites and accommodation open. Overnight, camping and nautical activities closed.

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) would like to provide the latest update on the opening / closing status of national parks in Thailand, covering both the annual seasonal closure for rainy months and the temporary closure resulting from COVID-19 measures.

As of October 6, 2021, the Department of National Parks, Flora and Fauna (DNP) has reopened 96 of its 155 national parks nationwide. While the reopening helps minimize the impact of COVID-19 restrictions on businesses and local communities, it is being done with strict public health and safety measures in place to protect everyone.


CENTRAL REGION

Kanchanaburi

Chaloem Rattanakosin National Park – All tourist sites and accommodation open. Overnight and campsite closed.

Erawan National Park – All tourist sites and accommodation open. Overnight, camping and nautical activities closed.

Sai Yok National Park – All tourist sites and accommodation open.

Thong Pha Phum National Park – Open only to visitors to the region (Pilok in Thong Pha Phum district) for Khao Chang Phueak hiking trail, Chokkradin waterfall, overnight stay and camping.

Phetchaburi

Kaeng Krachan National Park – Only the tourist site of Ban Krang with overnight stay and camping is open. The tourist villages of Pong Luek-Bang Kloi and Phanoen Thung are closed for the monsoon until October 31. The Pa La-U waterfall is temporarily closed due to COVID-19 starting May 12.

Prachuap Khiri Khan

Ao Siam National Park – All tourist sites and accommodation open. Overnight and campsite closed.

Ratchaburi

Chaloem Phrakiat Thai Prachan National Park – All tourist sites and accommodation open. Overnight, camping and nautical activities closed.

EASTERN REGION

Chanthaburi

Khao Khitchakut National Park – Khlong Phaibun waterfall will be open on October 18th.

Namtok Phlio National Park – Phlio, Nang Rong, Khong Na Rai and Ma Kok waterfalls, as well as camping and water activities are closed until October 7. (Please note that the National Parks Office has not updated this information yet)

Khao Sip Ha Chan National Park – All tourist sites and accommodation open. Overnight, camping and water activities remain closed.

Rayong

Khao Laem Ya-Mu Ko Samet National Park – Opening of Ko Samet and Mae Ramphueng Beach. Overnight and open campsite.

Sa Kaeo

Pang Sida National Park – All tourist sites and accommodation open. Overnight, camping and nautical activities closed.

NORTH REGION

Chiang Mai

Doi Suthep-Pui National Park – Mok Fa waterfall, tourist accommodation (Suan Son), overnight stay and open camping.

Huai Nam Dang National Park – Pong Dueat hot spring, Tha Pai hot spring, overnight stay and open campsite.

Namtok Buatong – Namphu Chet Si – All tourist sites and accommodation open. Overnight and campsite closed.

Pha Daeng National Park – Sri Sangwan waterfall, Pong Ang hot spring, Doi Kham Fa, overnight stay and open campsite.

Si Lanna National Park – Mae Ngud Somboon Chon dam, overnight stay and open campsite.

Chiang rai

Khun Chae National Park – All tourist sites and accommodation open. Overnight and open campsite.

Kamphaeng Phet

Khlong Lan National Park – Opening of Khlong Lan waterfall, Khlong Nam Lai waterfall and Khlong Suan Mak. Night and swimming closed.

Khlong Wang Chao National Park – All tourist sites open. Closed night.

Lampang

Mae Wa National Park – All tourist sites and accommodation open. Overnight and open campsite.

Lamphun

Doi Khun Tan National Park – All tourist sites and accommodation open. Overnight and open campsite.

Mae Hong Son

Tham Pla-Namtok Pha Suea National Park – Opening of the tourist site of Tham Pla, the waterfall of Pha Suea and Pang Ung. Overnight and open campsite.

Nope

Doi Phu Kha National Park – All tourist sites and accommodation open. Overnight and open campsite.

Khunnan National Park – All tourist sites and accommodation open.

Tham Sa Koen (Sa Koen cave) – All tourist sites and accommodation open. Overnight and open campsite.

Nanthaburi National Park – All tourist sites and accommodation open. Overnight and open campsite.

Phetchabun

Nam Nao National Park – Phu Kho viewpoint, Tham Pha Hong viewpoint, Suan Son Ban Pak, Suan Son Phu Kum Khao and Haeo Sai waterfall are open. Overnight and open campsite.

Doi Pha Klong National Park – Certain tourist sites and accommodation open.

Phayao

Mae Puem National Park – All tourist sites and accommodation open.

Phitsanulok

Thung Salaeng Luang National Park – Opening of the tourist site of the Suspension Bridge. Overnight and open campsite. Kaeng Sopha waterfall open, but water activities closed. Other tourist sites and accommodation are temporarily closed due to COVID-19 from June 1.

Sai Yok National Park – All tourist sites and accommodation open.

NORTH-EAST REGION

Buri ram

Ta Phraya National Park – All tourist sites and accommodation open. Overnight and campsite closed.

Chaiyaphum

Pa Hin Ngam National Park – All tourist sites open. Open night. Campsite closed.

Sai Thong National Park – All tourist sites and accommodation open.

Tatton National Park – All tourist sites and accommodation open.

Phu Laen Kha National Park – All tourist sites and accommodation open.


Khon Kaen

Nam Phong National Park – All tourist sites open. Overnight and open campsite.

Phu Pha Man National Park – Opening of the Plan Thong and Tham Khang Khao waterfall. Overnight and campsite closed.

Phu Wiang National Park – All tourist sites open. Closed night.

Loei

Phu Ruea National Park – All tourist sites and accommodation open.

Phu Suan Sai National Park – All tourist sites open. Overnight and campsite closed.


Mukdahan

Phu Pha Thoep National Park – Lan Mudchalin, Pha Ut, Pha Ngoi, Wang Duean Ha waterfall and Phu Tham Phra are open. Overnight, camping and nautical activities closed.

Nakhon Phanom

Phu Langka National Park – Opening of Tad Pho waterfall, Tad Kham waterfall, Wiman Thip waterfall and Naga cave. Overnight and open campsite.

Nakhon Ratchasima

Khao Yai National Park – Chet Kot, Sarika, Haeo Narok and Ta Kro waterfalls, as well as the Pha Diao Dai viewpoint are closed. Lam Ta Khong campsite is closed.

Kaeng Hin Phoeng waterfall open. Dong Tio-Nong Phak Chi Nature Trail, Khao Yai Visitor Center-Haeo Suwat Waterfall Nature Trail, Dong Tio-Sai Son Reservoir Nature Trail, Pha Kluai Mai Campsite-Haeo Suwat Waterfall Nature Trail, visitor center-Nam Tok Khong Kao nature trail, and 200 year Thailand-America relationship nature trail open, but overnight stay and campsite closed.

Sakhon Nakhon

Phu Pha Lek National Park – All tourist sites and accommodation open.

Phu Phan National Park – All tourist sites and accommodation open.

Phu Pha Yon National Park – Certain tourist sites and accommodation open. Kaeng Pho Waterfall is temporarily closed until further notice due to COVID-19 measures.

Pha Taem National Park – Attractions around the porch terrace, sunrise viewpoint, ancient painting Soi Sawan, Thung Luang at giant rock pillar, Khan Tha Kwian around Saeng Chan waterfall and Pha Chanadai open. Overnight, camping and nautical activities closed.

Ubon Ratchathani

Phu Chong Na Yoi National Park – Opening of Pha Lan Khong Kwian, Pha Lan Pha Chat, Huai Luang waterfall, Pa La-U waterfall, Kaeng Kala, Kaeng Son Sampan Phi and Saralee Pirom waterfall. Overnight, camping and nautical activities closed.

SOUTH REGION

Chumphon

Mu Ko Chumphon National Park – All tourist sites and accommodation open. Overnight and campsite closed.

Krabi

Hat Noppharat Thara-Mu Ko Phi Phi National Park – Opening of the Hat Noppharat Thara, Hat Ao Nang, Ko Phi Phi Don, Hat Kao Khwang and Hat Khlong Muang zones. Ko Phi Phi Le (Ao Maya and Ao Lo Sama) and Ko Yung have closed until further notice.

Mu Ko Lanta National Park – Opening of the Laem Tanot attraction. Ko Rok Nai – Ko Rok Nok, Ko Ngai, Mu Ko Ha (Tukon Lima), Kong Hin Daeng – Hin Muang and Tham Khao Mai Kaeo will be open on October 15th. Overnight and open campsite.

Than Bok Khorani National Park – Ko Khao Yai, all land areas, and Ko Lidi open. Overnight and campsite closed.

Nakhon Si Thammarat

Khao Luang National Park – Karom Waterfall, Phrom Lok Waterfall, Ai Khiao Waterfall, Krung Ching Waterfall, Tha Phae Waterfall and Nuea Fa Waterfall are open. The Yot Khao Luang, San Khrueang Bin Tok and Noen Lom Fon-Pha Yiap Mek-Yot Fa Mi hiking trails are closed for monsoon until December 31. Overnight and open campsite.

Khao Nan National Park – All tourist sites and accommodation open.

Namtok Si Khit National Park – All tourist sites and accommodation open.

Namtok Yong National Park – The Yot Khao Men hiking trail will be open in December 2021.

Phang-Nga

Ao Phang Nga National Park – Opening of Ko Lawa Yai, Ao Khian, Ko Boi Yai, Ko Hong, Ko Talu, Ko Tapu and Khao Phing Gan. Overnight and open campsite.

Khao Lak-Lam Ru National Park – All tourist sites and accommodation open.

Khao Lampi-Hat Thai Mueang National Park – Opening of the Lampi waterfall and the Ton Phrai waterfall. Overnight and open campsite.

Si Phang Nga National Park – All tourist sites and accommodation open.

Phuket

Sirinat National Park – All tourist sites and accommodation open.

Satun

Mu Ko Phetra National Park – Ko Khao Yai, Ko Lidi, Ko Bu Lon, Ko Lao Liang and all open land areas. Overnight and campsite closed.

Tarutao National Marine Park – Ko Tarutao open. Overnight and campsite closed.

Thale Ban National Park – All tourist sites and accommodation open.

Surat Thani

Khao Sok National Park – Bua Phut (Rafflesia kerrii) site and Tham Nam Thalu are closed for the monsoon until October 31 and November 30, respectively.

Khlong Phanom National Park – Some attractions and accommodation open.

Mu Ko Ang Thong National Park – All tourist sites and accommodation open.

Than Sadet-Ko Pha-Ngan National Park – All tourist sites and accommodation open. Overnight and open campsite.

Trang

Hat Chao Mai National Park – Opening of Hat Phak Meng, Hat Chang Lang, Hat Yao, Morakot Cave, Ko Kha Dan, Ko Cheuk and Ko Wan. Closed night.

Please note that the following list of national parks and their open / closed / partially open status are subject to change without notice. As such, it is recommended that travelers frequently monitor the list regularly updated by the National Park Office via this connect, or his Facebook page: National parks of Thailand.

Note: Many national parks are open again, some are partially open, and others remain closed due to the monsoon season and / or COVID-19 measures. (TAT)



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