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View of Highway No.2090 leading to Khao Yai.
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The Check Point or entrance to Khao Yai.
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The winding road up to Khao Yai.

Bangkoksite Photos taken on   Sept. 25, 1999.















How to Get There

Route 1From Bangkok travel north to Saraburi Province then
follow Mitrapap (Friendship) highway to Pakchong. Near Pakchong
turn to highway No.2090 until reaching Khao Yai National Park,
a total distance of approximately 200 kilometers. The divided
highway from Bangkok to Saraburi is very good and from Saraburi
to Pakchong you will see Cement Factory, farms, and beautiful
sceneries. Travelling time from Bangkok to Pakchong is about
one and a half hour (150 kms). Total time taken to Khao Yai
Check Point is less than 2 hours. From the entrance or Check
Point we will climb up along winding road to Khao Yai National
Park. The first stop is the Scenic Point.

Route 2Another convenient route is to start from Bangkok and
go to Rangsit then turn to highway No.33 (Rangsit - Ongkarak).
Travel on the divided highway to Nakhon Nayok Province, then to
Prachinburi and branch to highway No.3077 until reaching the
Check Point to Khao Yai. For those who would like to visit Haew
Narok Waterfall, travel by route 2 is easier. The total distance to
Khao Yai point of interest is about 200 kilometers.

 

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