Thai national parks and attractions that are temporarily closed as of 23 January 2021

Bangkok, 23 January, 2021 – The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) would like to provide the latest update on the additional list of the national parks in Thailand that are temporarily or partially closed as part of the nationwide COVID-19 control measures. This is an extraction from the constantly updated list (in Thai only) compiled … The post Thai national parks and attractions that are temporarily closed as of 23 January 2021 appeared first on TAT Newsroom.

Thai national parks and attractions that are temporarily closed as of 23 January 2021
Bangkok, 23 January, 2021 – The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) would like to provide the latest update on the additional list of the national parks in Thailand that are temporarily or partially closed as part of the nationwide COVID-19 control measures. This is an extraction from the constantly updated list (in Thai only) compiled by Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation (DNP), which can be accessed here. The move to close some national parks or partially close is in response to the COVID-19 control measures in respective provinces, which TAT Newsroom is providing constant updates here. The DNP has listed 26 of the total 155 national parks nationwide that are closed until further notice follows: CENTRAL REGION (4) Phetchabun – Tat Mok National Park Saraburi – Namtok Chet Sao Noi Suphan Buri – Phu Toei National Park and Namtok Samlan National Park  EASTERN REGION (3) Chanthaburi – Khao Sip Ha Chan National Park Prachin Buri – Thap Lan National Park Sa Kaeo – Pang Sida National Park  NORTHEASTERN REGION (1) Loei – Phu Kradueng National Park  NORTHERN REGION (10) Chiang Mai – Pha Daeng National Park Chiang Rai – Lam Nam Kok National Park Mae Hong Son – Salawin National Park Nan – Khun Nan National Park, Khun Sathan National Park, Doi Phu Kha National Park, Mae Charim National Park, and Sri Nan National ParkPhitsanulok – Khwae Noi National Park Phrae – Wiang Kosai National Park  SOUTHERN REGION (2) Surat Thani – Kaeng Krung National Park and Tai Rom Yen National Park  WESTERN REGION (6) Kanchanaburi – Erawan National Park and Thong Pha Phum National Park Prachuap Khiri Khan – Kui Buri National Park Tak – Khun Phawo National Park, Namtok Phacharoen National Park, and Mae Moei National Park  In addition, the DNP has advised that 31 of the other 129 national parks that remain open have closed some attractions or activities as follows: CENTRAL REGION (1) Phetchabun – Khao Kho National Park  EASTERN REGION (6) Chanthaburi – Khao Khitchakut National Park and Namtok Phlio National Park Rayong – Khao Chamao-Khao Wong National Park and Khao Laem Ya-Mu Ko Samet National Park Trat – Namtok Khlong Kaeo National Park and Mu Ko Chang National Park  NORTHEASTERN REGION (2) Loei – Phu Ruea National Park Nakhon Ratchasima – Khao Yai National Park  NORTHERN REGION (9) Chiang Mai – Doi Inthanon National Park, Si Lanna National Park, Doi Wiang Pha National Park, and Doi Pha Hom Pok National ParkKamphaeng Phet – Mae Wong National Park Phitsanulok – Namtok Chat Trakan National Park and Phu Hin Rong Kla National Park Lamphun – Mae Ping National Park Uttaradit – Phu Soi Dao National Park  SOUTHERN REGION (5) Phang Nga – Mu Ko Surin National Park Ranong – Namtok Ngao National Park and Lam Nam Kraburi National Park Surat Thani – Than Sadet-Ko Pha-Ngan National Park Krabi – Hat Noppharat Thara – Mu Ko Phi Phi National Park  WESTERN REGION (8) Kanchanaburi – Khao Laem National Park, Chaloem Rattanakosin National Park, Sai Yok National Park, and Lam Khlong Ngu National ParkPrachuap Khiri Khan – Hat Wanakon National Park Ratchaburi – Chaloem Phra Kiat Thai Prachan National Park Tak – Doi Soi Malai National Park and Lan Sang National Park  For constant updates from the National Parks of Thailand, follow its Facebook page: NationalPark.Interpretation. TAT would like to take this opportunity to remind all to take DMHTT precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19: D – Distancing, M – Mask wearing, H – Handwashing, T – Temperature check, and T – Thai Chana contact tracing application. To this, TAT would like to add E – Exercise, N – News and E- Emergency to cover all contingencies. Click to see more: How to protect yourselves and others from COVID-19 in Thailand. The post Thai national parks and attractions that are temporarily closed as of 23 January 2021 appeared first on TAT Newsroom.